Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390 Review



Lisa Gade reviews the 2019 Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 refresh, model 7390. There are a lot of improvements over the first gen model, with the new more powerful Intel 10th gen Ice Lake 10nm 15 watt CPUs, a new 16:10 aspect ratio display, active cooling with vapor chamber and an even slimmer and lighter unibody aluminum design. The 2-in-1 convertible Ultrabook has a 13.4” full HD or 4K display with touch and optional pen support, fast DDR4 low power RAM, an NVMe SSD and WiFi 6. ** Get it on Amazon: .

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24 thoughts on “Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390 Review

  1. Wonderful review (as always). I'd really appreciate it if you would review/compare the new HP Spectre X360 with IceLake. Thanks again for your good work!

  2. Two fans because components that use power when laptop is being used for graphic design, compiling mass amounts of code etc will heat up and throttle the processor, fan noise goes up a little and if someone is in a quiet library in school…the stares and side eyes… if you ate writing music and running several plugins using cpu, your music will have static in the background…

  3. I understand the battery life on the 4k version but i like the 4k version better because it supports dolby vision hdr support.

  4. Loved the video and will likely buy the this XPS. BUT I have a important question! Does the micro SD card install flush with the chassis? So I can leave it in there for a permanent mass storage device.
    Hope you or someone can help. Cheers 🙂

  5. Awesome video… love your channel!
    I am considering this laptop as my main device. Could you go more in depth into the drawing capabilities of the device, since one of the main reasons I am considering this device is it's digitiser capabilities for drawing?

  6. By any chance will you be reviewing the new Dell Inspiron 13 5000 soon? I would be interested to know how they stack up against the XPS models. Thanks!

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