This is the comparison between the Dell XPS 13 and Macbook Pro.
|DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|BUY NOW||BUY NOW|
|New 8th Gen Intel processors.|
Better performance than most Core i7 laptops with just a Core i5.
Great Keyboard and Trackpad.
3x USB-C sockets.
Biometric recognition is standard,
Lighter than the previous version.
| Blazing-fast performance.|
Bright and colorful Retina display.
Slightly improved keyboard.
Helpful Touch ID button.
Much faster than previous entry-level MacBook Pro.
| No SD card slot.|
It can be loud at times.
Lacks USB type-A ports.
Middling battery life.
Most of the ports have been replaced by USB-C.
| Thick bezels.|
Heavier than other 13-inch laptops.
Battery life could be longer
It starts with only 128GB of storage.
Only two USB-C ports.
|MODEL||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|QUICK INFO||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Color||Carbon Fiber Black,Platinum Silver||Silver|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro||Mac OS X v10.14 Mojave|
|CPU||Intel Core i7-8550U 1.80 GHz||14 nm “Broadwell” 2.7 GHz Intel “Core i5” processor (5257U), with dual independent processor “cores” on a single silicon chip|
|Screen||13.3″||high-resolution LED-backlit 13.3″ widescreen 2560×1600 (227 ppi) “Retina” display|
|Memory||16 GB LPDDR3||8 GB of onboard 1866 MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM|
|Storage||1 TB PCIe SSD||256 GB of 4 Lane PCIe-based flash storage|
|Graphics Card||Intel UHD Graphics 620||Intel Iris Graphics 6100 graphics processor|
|Video Memory||Shared memory||Shared|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||11.90″ x 7.80″ x 0.30″-0.46″|
|CPU||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|CPU Type||Intel Core i7||Intel Core i5 5th Gen|
|CPU Speed||8550U (1.80 GHz)||5257U (2.70 GHz)|
|Number of Cores||Quad-core Processor||Dual-core Processor|
|Core Name||Kaby Lake R||Broadwell|
|Turbo Frequency||turbo up to 3.10GHZ|
|CPU L3 Cache||8 MB|
|CHIPSET||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|DISPLAY||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Wide Screen Support||Yes|
|Display Type||UHD||Retina Display|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160||2560 x 1600|
|LCD Features||InfinityEdge||2560×1600 (227 ppi) “Retina” display|
|OPERATING SYSTEM||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home 64-Bit||Mac OS X v10.14 Mojave|
|GRAPHICS||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|GPU/VPU||UHD Graphics 620||Intel Iris Graphics 6100|
|Video Memory||Shared system memory||Shared system memory|
|Graphic Type||Integrated Card||Integrated Card|
|STORAGE||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|SSD||1 TB PCIe||256 GB|
|MEMORY||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Memory||8 GB||8 GB|
|Memory Speed||LPDDR3 1866|
|Memory Slot (Total)|
|Memory Slot (Available)|
|Max Memory Supported|
|OPTICAL DRIVE||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Optical Drive Type||No||No|
|COMMUNICATIONS||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|WLAN||802.11ac Wireless LAN||802.11ac Wi-Fi|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 4.1||Bluetooth 4.0|
|PORTS||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Video Port||2 x Thunderbolts|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI|
|AUDIO||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Audio||MaxxAudio (Windows)||Integrated Sound card|
|Speaker||Integrated Stereo Speakers|
|OUTPUT DEVICE||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Virtual Reality Ready|
|INPUT DEVICE||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Touchpad||clever haptic-capable “Force Touch” trackpad|
|Card Reader||Micro SD||SDXC card slot|
|GENERAL||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Style||Thin and Light||Standard|
|POWER||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||DELL XPS 13||MACBOOK PRO|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||11.90″ x 7.80″ x 0.30″-0.46″||0.71 x 12.35 x 8.62|
|Weight||2.71 lb||3 – 3.9 lbs.|
Experts Reviews for Dell XPS 13:
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Experts Reviews for Macbook Pro:
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Dell XPS 13:
XPS is also excellent especially for a, Windows laptop as an all aluminum design and the base here has actually etched out of a single piece of aluminum so it’s very rigid we have these nice shiny aluminum edges over here aluminum lid it is very nice it feels nice to the hand and it is high-quality.
I’ll be honest I do prefer the look of the MacBook it is more of a squarish design with flat edges.
WEIGHT & DIMENSIONS
Dell XPS 13:
XPS is a little bit thicker, because it has these little feet that stick out a little bit more and the lid is also slightly thicker as well but overall both on the size and the weight the XPS is smaller now.
The 15-inch MacBook Pro is almost nearly 14.35 inches in width and 9.82 inches in depth. The weight of the MacBook Pro laptops is 4.5 pounds for the 13-inch model and 5.6 pounds for the 15-inch model.
KEYBOARD AND TOUCHPAD
Dell XPS 13:
Dell XPS doesn’t have anything they actually stretched out the keyboard made the keys larger with smaller gaps in between which is awesome that’s actually what we were asking for but there is no room for any speaker grille if that means the speakers are actually down firing so before we test out the keyboards. Dell so you do click but with that said the Dell it has a larger trackpad than before and it is one of the best windows tracked as we were used and it’s actually usable instead of being frustrating.
The aluminum design which visually looks more premium but it is a little bit colder now there’s also a difference with this edge where this a little bit softer so if you’re typing for a long time especially if you’re sitting at a desk it’s gonna be a little more comfy compared to this really kind of sharp the sharp edges on the MacBook Pro. The MacBook Pro has an excellent track but it’s definitely better you have even feel no matter where you press because it uses magnets you’re not actually clicking.
Dell XPS 13:
Dell XPS has this kind of a Kevlar Carbon style finish, it’s soft to the touch it doesn’t get cold so it is pleasant but it will pick up I’ll say maybe grease fingerprints stuff like that a little bit more.
MacBook Pro gives us two Thunderbolt three ports and a headphone jack whereas the Dell XPS gives us just one Thunderbolt 3 port and that’s because we do have the higher end for Thunderbolt 3 port model and then on the other side once again the, Mac Pro has two Thunderbolt 3 ports instead of one.
Dell XPS 13:
Dell did change from a 16 by 9, to a 16 by 10 and that really helps when you have a small display like these 13-inch displays now we also have a difference in the actual panels.
MacBook Pro which is kind of between 1080p and 4k vs. slightly higher than 4k with the Dell XPS and it is also a touchscreen now I’m personally not really into touchscreen laptops but, I’m also not really into touch bars I only use the macro cross touch bar when, I absolutely have to let’s take a closer look at the displays I have a video here ready to watch so we can compare the quality but before that I want to comment on the brightness now both of these are maxed out and they are very close. I would say the XPS is maybe slightly brighter but you could probably say they’re identical and as far as the brightness shift even though they’re very similar when you’re looking right at them.
Dell XPS 13:
For the battery remains unchanged on this unit with 4K panel, on getting around eight and half nine hours of battery life on that1080p screen, you’re probably gonna push eleven hours but it just is very similar to last years model which is honestly a good thing.
MacBook Pros even if you buy a base model it comes with the same exact display on the plus side if you have that 1080p display with this new. Intel chip you’re gonna get roughly 2 ish hours better battery life than the MacBook Pro.
Dell XPS 13:
For the performance the SSD storage and also along with that they have i7 processors but the processors are quite different and they both have Intel iris, graphics so it’s great to see the higher-end.
MacBook Pro has a higher tier processor it’s a 2.8 gigahertz that goes all the way to 4.7 that is the best one is offered in a macbook pro compared to a 1.5 going up to 3.8. Geekbench for the multi-core score is slightly higher with the MacBook Pro.
Dell XPS 13:
So to conclude that it feel like dell should improve this thing every year just a little bit They finally fixed the webcam issue that they’ve had since the beginning. And it’s finally like this is as good as it’s gonna get. I don’t see dell making this that much better if at all. Uh, the one last year was running a dbrand marble skin. I’m gonna pick up another one this year skin it just to kind of keep it looking super flat.
For the better graphics, better display,more storage things like that and it does get up to $2,700 MSRP both of these laptops are at that price point but with the dell there is constantly a ton of sales and deals so right now a micro center you could pick this up for roughly $500 off of MSRP so it brings it to a much lower price than the MacBook Pro, even though we have this new processor and double the RAM so as far as value the Dell XPS also provides a really good value now of course we have the difference between Windows and Mac OS.