Dell XPS 13

Dustin Sklavos, AnandTech:

Much like the XPS 14z was able to fit a 14” screen inside a 13” chassis, Dell has fit a 13” screen inside the XPS 13’s 12” chassis. The result is a notebook with a design that feels like it maximizes the space available to it, with a full-sized keyboard and a large screen with a small bezel. Some may complain about the 13” screen’s low 1366×768 resolution, but at that size the resolution is perfectly reasonable.

And reasonable is what sells, I’m sure. In terms of displays, the absolute minimum requirement for a high-end 13-inch ultrabook is 1440×900, with solid vertical viewing angles, 300+ nits, and decent colors. The XPS 13 doesn’t cut it.