Two tiny, shallow, cosmetic marks on the outside of the lid (can't even really get a picture of them but I've tried!), and 2 scratches on the CAPS LOCK key - as pictured
Purchased from Amazon on 14th November 2018 - genuine reason for sale (upgrade to XPS15 9500)
Smaller, thinner, lighter and 24% smaller by volume than the previous XPS 13. Starting at just 2.67 pounds and 3.4 mm thinner. 13.3-inch laptop in an 11- inch footprint. Ideally sized for airplane tray tables, you won’t even notice when the passenger in front of you reclines their seat.
Powerful 13-inch laptop in its class: features 8th Gen Intel Quad Core processors, offering increased performance with 4 cores, all in a slim form. More cores means increased performance when you multitask. XPS 13 is 2.2x more powerful than the XPS 13 (2015 5th gen model) and is 2x faster rendering and encoding in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018.
Large screen, small laptop: The virtually borderless infinityEdge display cleverly fits a 13-inch display into the size of an 11-inch laptop. Compared to the Apple MacBook Air 13, the XPS 13 is 23% smaller with the same size screen.
Impressive screen size: The thin bezel frees up the screen space in this innovative design. The three-sided, virtually borderless infinity display measures a miniscule 5.2mm border: the thinnest frame on a notebook. With a slim bezel of less than 2% of the total display, you have more screen to love.
Thin build: Not only is the XPS 13 small, it's also stunningly thin to make it an ideal mobile companion. At only 9-15mm thick and starting at only 2.6 pounds (1.18kg), it is easy to stick in your purse or bag while you are on the go.
Start faster: Enjoy the speed, clarity and improved graphics with new Intel Core processors.
Stay powered longer: With up to 15 hours of run time on the FHD display (and 11 hours on the QHD+), it’s leading the industry in battery life. Paired with the Dell Power Companion, you get up to 15 hours and the freedom to power all of your bonus devices.
Speedy start up: The XPS 13 boots and resumes in seconds thanks to a standard solid state drive and Intel Rapid Start Technology.