- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design, ports, screen
- Page 3: Touchscreen, trackpad, keyboard, and optional stylus
- Page 4: Performance, gaming, and battery life
- Page 5: Maintenance and upgradability
- Page 6: Wrapping up the Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 9575 review
As technology gets better by the day, we start to see devices evolving alongside. Dell has been creating the best ultrabooks over the years under their XPS lineup. Today, we have the latest Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 9575 on our hands. Yes, the name is a mouthful so let’s just call it the Dell XPS 15 9575.
Let’s dive into the review and see what Dell has done with the new XPS 15. This entire review was done on the XPS 15 9575 – writing, photographing, and video editing.
The entire laptop that we have here… is not exactly vanilla when it comes to the unboxing experience. However, we can show you all the things that were included in the box itself.
There aren’t much to see here since the Dell XPS 15 9575 only comes with the laptop itself, the power brick, some documentations, and a dongle. Yes, a dongle for converting USB-C to the conventional USB-A.
As the name suggests, it is the latest in Dell’s XPS, with a 15-inch display. The 2-in-1 here means that it is a convertible laptop – as you can use it in a standard laptop mode, tablet mode, or anything in between. There is a non-convertible variant of the Dell XPS 15 as well.
We also have the optional stylus with us as well. Dell calls it the Active Stylus Pen, with the model number of PN579X. Remember – this pen is entirely optional and does not affect verdict of the review of the laptop itself.