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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Review

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Review

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Pros and Cons

9 Total Score
Overall Great Buy!

The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 is a mobile powerhouse and our favorite ultraportable overall. It is absolutely a great buy.

9Expert Score
Speed
10
Value
9
Display
8
5.1User's score
Rating
5.6
PROS
  • Thin Design
  • Finger Print ID Sensor
  • Controllable Thermals
  • Upgraded Webcam
CONS
  • Shorter Battery Life than Spec
  • Finger Print ID scan takes multiple tries
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Review

The 2019 Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 is one of the best options that you can get overall in a 13-inch Ultrabook 2-in-1.  Dell has placed the camera up at the top of the screen which was on the bottom of our XPS 13. This is Unlike the previous bottom-placed camera angle that looked up your nose, caused lots of user complaints and was dubbed the “Nose Cam”.

The second change Dell has done on the XPS 13x 2-in-1 is an aesthetic change. The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1  now comes in an Artic white on white finish with a more textured material slip-resistant material and woven glass fiber palm rest.

Weighing in at 2.9 pounds, the XPS 13x 2-in-1 is thinner tapering between 17 and 11 millimeters, has a unibody aluminum case and can rotate into several orientations.  

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The performance on the 2019 Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 is also better than last year’s model due to the Intel® Core™ i7-8500Y Processor with 16GB of RAM which is great for multicore applications. This thing flys! 

This unit with its FHD+. display at 13.4 inches, it’s slightly larger than the typical 13.3-inch panel and has Intel® HD Graphics 620

The XPS 13 2-in-1 Specs claimed up to 16 hours from the battery however we saw a few hours less than this averaging between 10 and 12 due to the Core i7 and the graphics and FHD+ display.

The XPS 13 2-in-1 has 2 Thunderbolt™ 3 ports and 1 USB-C 3.1 port. USB-A is available via the provided dongle. There is also 1 MicroSD card reader and 1 Headset jack. 

The backlit keyboard and trackpad remain unchanged from the previous model which we rate as very solid though not the best. The page up and page down buttons are located right above the left and right keys making them really easy to accidentally press.

The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 has a built-in fingerprint sensor on the power button so you can log in with via fingerprint.

The speakers are professionally tuned with Waves MaxxAudio® Pro; 1W x 2 = 2W. They are located on the sides and sound pretty good for an ultrabook but do not expect to be blown away by them.

The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 PC is absolutely a great buy.

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Specs

BrandDell
Processor1.3 GHz Intel Core i7
Screen Size13.3 inches
Screen Resolution1920x1080
Max Screen Resolution1920 x 1080
RAM8 GB DDR3
Memory Speed1.3 GHz
Hard Drive256 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Graphics CoprocessorIntel HD Graphics 620
Chipset BrandIntel
Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless Type802.11ac
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Average Battery Life (in hours)15 hours
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  1. Rating
    20

    I was so in love with this laptop, that it is really difficult to write this review. I have a five-year-old Dell XPS that has been the best laptop I have ever owned. I’m starting some new business ventures, and wanted a dedicated laptop. After seeing what is out there now, I decided to go with what I thought was a winner. First off, the factory seal was broken on the box, so I called Amazon to let them know. Some nasty piece of tape was put over the cut tape (some of which was left on the box). Some fear was erased as I finished taking it out of the box, and started setting it up. It is absolutely beautiful, and the touch screen is phenomenal, as is the photo recognition! Set up was easy, and I was so excited to have a newer version of my old buddy. Then it dropped the internet connection. Huh. So, I thought, just restart and maybe it was a glitch. Nope. I finally put both laptops on side by side, with this trusty ole laptop having a strong internet connection, and the new XPS was off again one of the next times I woke it up. I never had this issue with this laptop. Honestly, there are many things I could live with. No internet connection, or worse yet, intermittent internet connection is not one of them. So, I am returning it. I did some research on the Killer wi-fi, and it looks like Dell had a problem with it in the previous model regarding connection issues, but with this newer model, I have no idea. It didn’t work in my computer, is all I know. I am very disappointed, as I was looking forward to a long, mutually profitable relationship with my new Dell. Not to be.

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  2. Rating
    20

    You need just change the ownership in Dell site to get full one year warranty. it is so simple, but many complain (including me) that the warranty is not full :)After 2-3 months Battery started to charge not completely and now it is not charging at all. I wrote to dell and they changed the battery. So I am satisfied.

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  3. Rating
    80

    Great Laptop. It is a fantastic laptop. Well built, tin and very portable, enough so to replace a tablet. Wish the keyboard backlight was blue, the white on white is hard to see, and the better camera placement on the 9380 is definitely a significant improvement over this one. All in all a great device.

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  4. Rating
    80

    Great experience overall. Super fast and clean UI. Like everyone, I’ve got my pet peeves, so don’t let them hide my overall satisfaction! Pet peeves: 1. Camera on the bottom makes videoconferencing a pain. I’m never looking *at* my audience 2. The Microsoft browser is significantly slower than Chrome 3. The Windows navigation is not intuitive

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  5. Rating
    80

    Great experience overall. Super fast and clean UI. Like everyone, I’ve got my pet peeves, so don’t let them hide my overall satisfaction! Pet peeves: 1. Camera on the bottom makes videoconferencing a pain. I’m never looking *at* my audience 2. The Microsoft browser is significantly slower than Chrome 3. The Windows navigation is not intuitive

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  6. Rating
    80

    Great experience overall. Super fast and clean UI. Like everyone, I’ve got my pet peeves, so don’t let them hide my overall satisfaction! Pet peeves: 1. Camera on the bottom makes videoconferencing a pain. I’m never looking *at* my audience 2. The Microsoft browser is significantly slower than Chrome 3. The Windows navigation is not intuitive

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  7. Rating
    80

    Great experience overall. Super fast and clean UI. Like everyone, I’ve got my pet peeves, so don’t let them hide my overall satisfaction! Pet peeves: 1. Camera on the bottom makes videoconferencing a pain. I’m never looking *at* my audience 2. The Microsoft browser is significantly slower than Chrome 3. The Windows navigation is not intuitive

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  8. Rating
    80

    Great experience overall. Super fast and clean UI. Like everyone, I’ve got my pet peeves, so don’t let them hide my overall satisfaction! Pet peeves: 1. Camera on the bottom makes videoconferencing a pain. I’m never looking *at* my audience 2. The Microsoft browser is significantly slower than Chrome 3. The Windows navigation is not intuitive

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  9. Rating
    80

    Great experience overall. Super fast and clean UI. Like everyone, I’ve got my pet peeves, so don’t let them hide my overall satisfaction! Pet peeves: 1. Camera on the bottom makes videoconferencing a pain. I’m never looking *at* my audience 2. The Microsoft browser is significantly slower than Chrome 3. The Windows navigation is not intuitive

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  10. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  11. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  12. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  13. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  14. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  15. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  16. Rating
    100

    It’s amazing! I researched for several weeks different systems to meet some specific requirements and this one came out on top. I picked it up and headed straight to the office to get configured. The box is well packed, clean and lean. Once running I was very pleased with the look and feel of my XPS. Windows 10 runs great – all my apps installed and configured quickly and the data was immediately there. Then I started loading technical apps and was very pleased with the performance. Graphics are amazing. And this thing is small, light, and worth every penny! Get the Dell DA300 too!

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  17. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  18. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  19. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  20. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  21. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  22. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  23. Rating
    60

    Dell XPS 13 9370. Overall, very good looks and compact. However, whenever I open the browser and use around two or three tabs, the fan turns on and can be quite noisy at times. Don’t know if just the case with my computer. Furthermore, when I bought this it had said 4 Ghz processor speed and did not state the base speed. Therefore was quite surprised when I saw the base speed as 1.9 Ghz, which to be honest is quite low for this pricey computer. It even has intel quad core i7 8th gen but can only have a base speed of 1.9?! The fan turns on whenever the processor speed goes above 2. They should state the base speed instead of the maximum speed of 4, which you can get only if you want your neighbours to hear your fans. But however, it is VERY clear, much better than my old mac, and comes with word powerpoint etc.

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  24. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  25. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  26. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  27. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  28. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  29. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  30. Rating
    20

    Laptops restarts randomly. I am working along and it just restarts out of nowhere. Sometimes I press the on button and it won’t start back up. I think I have figured it out that if you tap on the left side near the power button it will shut down/restart. I think something is loose, but not sure. Going to return it as I have only had it for 3 weeks.

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  31. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  32. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  33. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  34. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  35. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  36. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  37. Rating
    20

    return. I paid around 1500 but it has a lot of problem. I only used for 1 week but I believe this is not the brand new one. it is first time to use the dell product but im not ganna use any of dell products again. return this product please

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  38. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  39. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  40. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  41. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  42. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  43. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  44. Rating
    20

    squeeky keys; hot lap. I’ll be returning this XPS 13 9370. Several of the keys have a different feel than the rest, the keyboard seems to “hang” for a second before characters appear, even in this “review” box provided by Dell. The backspace key makes an odd squeaking noise. Worst of all, each time I do something, even something so small as open a website like Google’s search results, my lap suddenly gets uncomfortably hot. I think I got unlucky on this particular keyboard, but the laptop getting too hot seems to be a design issue. Perhaps I should have gotten the i5 version instead of the i7 to avoid the overheated lap, but I cannot recommend this laptop to anybody who will use it on their lap.

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  45. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  46. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  47. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  48. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  49. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  50. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  51. Rating
    20

    Computer will not stay shut down. I received my laptop, plugged it in, and powered it up. I started to set it up, but when I went to shut it down, it appeared to do so and then powered back up of its own accord. I am still working to solve the problem and have not found a solution yet.

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  52. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  53. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  54. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  55. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  56. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  57. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  58. Rating
    20

    Buy something else. The vaunted XPS 13 9370 is a piece of garbage, as far as I am concerned. Bought one two weeks ago, had to replace it with another because a number of keys didn’t work. Then had to replace the replacement because the hard drive was defective. Now this one, my third, stops playing sound whenever it feels like it, causing me to have to troubleshoot the sound, reinstall a driver, then restart the piece of junk. It’s going back tomorrow for a refund, Thanks, Dell.

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  59. Rating
    80

    I got this laptop and immediately from start up there was an issue. It began to run the windows setup and froze. There was no getting past this point. I had to mess around with the bios and boot from a usb copy of windows that I had. After some time I got the operating system installed and now the computer is brand new. I purchased this laptop as “Used like new” and it is in great shape. I was very annoyed that there was an issue coming out of the box. Luckily I know about computers and knew how to overcome the issue. This could have been a nightmare of a situation for someone who may not know much about computers.Size is awesome. Its a 13″ but feels like an 11″Weight is great, and something I would expect from this size laptop.The build material is amazing, it feels sturdy, solid, and does not feel cheap like other laptops and netbooks I have used.The 2 in 1 tablet mode works outstanding. It is very impressive to me with the infinity edge screen when in tablet mode.Overall I have great things to say about this. If you have specific questions I can answer also.

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  60. Rating
    100

    My old Targus mat which has served me well has over time become extremely noisy. In researching pads as a replacement, I automatically discarded the higher priced ones with adjustable speeds, glowing LEDs, trendy designs, and whatnots considering my laptop would be covering all that expensive eye candy. My priorities were rather basic: (1) thin & lightweight, (2) cooling performance, and (3) quiet. The HV-F2056 fits the bill and works as advertised:Thin & lightweight: The design fits 15.6” – 17” which works for me. I have a MSI GS70 2QE Stealth Pro with a screen size of 17.3” and overall length of 16” and width of 11.25”. With both units side by side (with the exception of length), the Havit is almost the same width and thickness as my laptop. The aluminum wire mesh design makes it definitely lighter and seems sturdy enough for traveling, so no problem there.Cooling performance: There are 3 monster 110 mm fans spinning at 1000 RPM which is almost double my old Targus and I can definitely feel the results of the updraft as the laptop bottom and sides are cool to the touch. I ran CoreTemp and HWMonitor with the fan off/fan on to be sure and there is definitely a drop in the internal temperature. The fans are also at the perfect location for my vents. What I did not want is a pad where the housing part had a lot of plastic that would cover the vents and with this being an all mesh surface it wasn’t an issue. The 3rd pic shows the glow of it running. Like I said earlier, your laptop covers most of the unit so the lights aren’t obtrusive.Quiet: Unless I’ve gone noise blind, I can’t hear this pad running! I think this cooling pad strikes a good balance between the amount of airflow and noise. I’ve also discovered that those fancy LEDs lights are not just another pretty glow, they may actually serve a purpose like… reminding you to turn off the cooling fans when you’ve shut down everything else!Power/Charging: This is not really a gripe since I’m a chord/adapter hoarder, but (a) a 12” USB chord come with the fan which is actually a tease and way too short, and (b) it does not come with a wall power source. I hate using my laptop as a host for power when not on the road, so was surprised there was no option to run from a wall source. Let’s face it, the reason many of us buy a cooling fan is to extend our battery life. While the cooling pad has a rating of 5 volts which seems minimal, it still converts to watts which adds to more battery drain to cool. Anyway, nothing a usb male-female extension cable and adapter couldn’t fix.Overall, this is a great cooling pad that is quiet, well built, sturdy, doesn’t slide around, and cools air effectively. As for durability, it’s a little too soon to tell. As for price, it’s a great value for the quality & thinness.

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  61. Rating
    100

    My old Targus mat which has served me well has over time become extremely noisy. In researching pads as a replacement, I automatically discarded the higher priced ones with adjustable speeds, glowing LEDs, trendy designs, and whatnots considering my laptop would be covering all that expensive eye candy. My priorities were rather basic: (1) thin & lightweight, (2) cooling performance, and (3) quiet. The HV-F2056 fits the bill and works as advertised:Thin & lightweight: The design fits 15.6” – 17” which works for me. I have a MSI GS70 2QE Stealth Pro with a screen size of 17.3” and overall length of 16” and width of 11.25”. With both units side by side (with the exception of length), the Havit is almost the same width and thickness as my laptop. The aluminum wire mesh design makes it definitely lighter and seems sturdy enough for traveling, so no problem there.Cooling performance: There are 3 monster 110 mm fans spinning at 1000 RPM which is almost double my old Targus and I can definitely feel the results of the updraft as the laptop bottom and sides are cool to the touch. I ran CoreTemp and HWMonitor with the fan off/fan on to be sure and there is definitely a drop in the internal temperature. The fans are also at the perfect location for my vents. What I did not want is a pad where the housing part had a lot of plastic that would cover the vents and with this being an all mesh surface it wasn’t an issue. The 3rd pic shows the glow of it running. Like I said earlier, your laptop covers most of the unit so the lights aren’t obtrusive.Quiet: Unless I’ve gone noise blind, I can’t hear this pad running! I think this cooling pad strikes a good balance between the amount of airflow and noise. I’ve also discovered that those fancy LEDs lights are not just another pretty glow, they may actually serve a purpose like… reminding you to turn off the cooling fans when you’ve shut down everything else!Power/Charging: This is not really a gripe since I’m a chord/adapter hoarder, but (a) a 12” USB chord come with the fan which is actually a tease and way too short, and (b) it does not come with a wall power source. I hate using my laptop as a host for power when not on the road, so was surprised there was no option to run from a wall source. Let’s face it, the reason many of us buy a cooling fan is to extend our battery life. While the cooling pad has a rating of 5 volts which seems minimal, it still converts to watts which adds to more battery drain to cool. Anyway, nothing a usb male-female extension cable and adapter couldn’t fix.Overall, this is a great cooling pad that is quiet, well built, sturdy, doesn’t slide around, and cools air effectively. As for durability, it’s a little too soon to tell. As for price, it’s a great value for the quality & thinness.

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  62. Rating
    100

    My old Targus mat which has served me well has over time become extremely noisy. In researching pads as a replacement, I automatically discarded the higher priced ones with adjustable speeds, glowing LEDs, trendy designs, and whatnots considering my laptop would be covering all that expensive eye candy. My priorities were rather basic: (1) thin & lightweight, (2) cooling performance, and (3) quiet. The HV-F2056 fits the bill and works as advertised:Thin & lightweight: The design fits 15.6” – 17” which works for me. I have a MSI GS70 2QE Stealth Pro with a screen size of 17.3” and overall length of 16” and width of 11.25”. With both units side by side (with the exception of length), the Havit is almost the same width and thickness as my laptop. The aluminum wire mesh design makes it definitely lighter and seems sturdy enough for traveling, so no problem there.Cooling performance: There are 3 monster 110 mm fans spinning at 1000 RPM which is almost double my old Targus and I can definitely feel the results of the updraft as the laptop bottom and sides are cool to the touch. I ran CoreTemp and HWMonitor with the fan off/fan on to be sure and there is definitely a drop in the internal temperature. The fans are also at the perfect location for my vents. What I did not want is a pad where the housing part had a lot of plastic that would cover the vents and with this being an all mesh surface it wasn’t an issue. The 3rd pic shows the glow of it running. Like I said earlier, your laptop covers most of the unit so the lights aren’t obtrusive.Quiet: Unless I’ve gone noise blind, I can’t hear this pad running! I think this cooling pad strikes a good balance between the amount of airflow and noise. I’ve also discovered that those fancy LEDs lights are not just another pretty glow, they may actually serve a purpose like… reminding you to turn off the cooling fans when you’ve shut down everything else!Power/Charging: This is not really a gripe since I’m a chord/adapter hoarder, but (a) a 12” USB chord come with the fan which is actually a tease and way too short, and (b) it does not come with a wall power source. I hate using my laptop as a host for power when not on the road, so was surprised there was no option to run from a wall source. Let’s face it, the reason many of us buy a cooling fan is to extend our battery life. While the cooling pad has a rating of 5 volts which seems minimal, it still converts to watts which adds to more battery drain to cool. Anyway, nothing a usb male-female extension cable and adapter couldn’t fix.Overall, this is a great cooling pad that is quiet, well built, sturdy, doesn’t slide around, and cools air effectively. As for durability, it’s a little too soon to tell. As for price, it’s a great value for the quality & thinness.

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  63. Rating
    100

    My old Targus mat which has served me well has over time become extremely noisy. In researching pads as a replacement, I automatically discarded the higher priced ones with adjustable speeds, glowing LEDs, trendy designs, and whatnots considering my laptop would be covering all that expensive eye candy. My priorities were rather basic: (1) thin & lightweight, (2) cooling performance, and (3) quiet. The HV-F2056 fits the bill and works as advertised:Thin & lightweight: The design fits 15.6” – 17” which works for me. I have a MSI GS70 2QE Stealth Pro with a screen size of 17.3” and overall length of 16” and width of 11.25”. With both units side by side (with the exception of length), the Havit is almost the same width and thickness as my laptop. The aluminum wire mesh design makes it definitely lighter and seems sturdy enough for traveling, so no problem there.Cooling performance: There are 3 monster 110 mm fans spinning at 1000 RPM which is almost double my old Targus and I can definitely feel the results of the updraft as the laptop bottom and sides are cool to the touch. I ran CoreTemp and HWMonitor with the fan off/fan on to be sure and there is definitely a drop in the internal temperature. The fans are also at the perfect location for my vents. What I did not want is a pad where the housing part had a lot of plastic that would cover the vents and with this being an all mesh surface it wasn’t an issue. The 3rd pic shows the glow of it running. Like I said earlier, your laptop covers most of the unit so the lights aren’t obtrusive.Quiet: Unless I’ve gone noise blind, I can’t hear this pad running! I think this cooling pad strikes a good balance between the amount of airflow and noise. I’ve also discovered that those fancy LEDs lights are not just another pretty glow, they may actually serve a purpose like… reminding you to turn off the cooling fans when you’ve shut down everything else!Power/Charging: This is not really a gripe since I’m a chord/adapter hoarder, but (a) a 12” USB chord come with the fan which is actually a tease and way too short, and (b) it does not come with a wall power source. I hate using my laptop as a host for power when not on the road, so was surprised there was no option to run from a wall source. Let’s face it, the reason many of us buy a cooling fan is to extend our battery life. While the cooling pad has a rating of 5 volts which seems minimal, it still converts to watts which adds to more battery drain to cool. Anyway, nothing a usb male-female extension cable and adapter couldn’t fix.Overall, this is a great cooling pad that is quiet, well built, sturdy, doesn’t slide around, and cools air effectively. As for durability, it’s a little too soon to tell. As for price, it’s a great value for the quality & thinness.

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  64. Rating
    20

    Received the laptop which was a birthday gift for my son. The laptop worked about 20 min before the screen went black and wouldn’t do anything. After calling Dell tech support, I found out the computer is 281 days old and the laptop was purchased before. The seller said the laptop was new which is a complete lie. Now my 12 year old son will have to wait a couple of weeks to get a new one while I wait to return this and wait on my refund. Very dissatisfied.

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  65. Rating
    20

    This computer started to fail roughly 60 days after purchase. First Windows update would fail, and then startup would fail. After trying all of the diagnostics, and multiple hours on the phone with customer service, I’ve been left with an unusable and nonreturnable paper weight. And Dell customer service has not been helpful at all. I would not call this a warranty, and I think I’m finished with Dell. They haven’t done anything to make me feel better about my purchase, and my warranty seems worthless to them.The only option I have to get this thing fixed is to upgrade my warranty for roughly half of the original purchase price.

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  66. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  67. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  68. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  69. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  70. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  71. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  72. Rating
    100

    This is a great laptop which is straightforward to set up and easy to use. However I have already found that the cooling fan can become very noisy and so I have concern about the potential risk of overheating in the longer term.Buyers should also be aware that there is no traditional USB port and so you will need to buy a somewhat expensive adapter in order to use this.

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  73. Rating
    100

    Yes!! THIS IS FINALLY THE LAPTOP I NEEDED!! I LOVE THIS LAPTOP! It was truly a great investment! I had to finally invest in a GOOD QUALITY laptop for work. This laptop is FAST!!!! PLUS extra USB ports for extra things!
    AND! Its light and thin!! It was either this laptop or a macbook. The mac does NOT give you USB’s and it costs a bunch more. And in comparison, which i did in store, the Dell is much faster, has better screen resolution, and was overall a much more useful device!
    Yes, it costs a bit more. But you are definately paying for speed and increased quality!

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  74. Rating
    100

     I uploaded a video so you guys can see how it fits perfectly for my asus rog laptop. Feel free to ask any questions.

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    100

     I uploaded a video so you guys can see how it fits perfectly for my asus rog laptop. Feel free to ask any questions.

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  76. Rating
    100

     I uploaded a video so you guys can see how it fits perfectly for my asus rog laptop. Feel free to ask any questions.

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  77. Rating
    100

     I uploaded a video so you guys can see how it fits perfectly for my asus rog laptop. Feel free to ask any questions.

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  78. Rating
    100

    I bought this product along with its number 1 competitor, the Tree New Bee, because I have a computer that has a fan that seems like it runs on high when the computer is over 50 degrees celcius. Overall, I am very impressed with both!! The Havit and the Tree New Bee both dropped the temperature of the laptop by 10 degree Celsius during idle temp and dropped 4 degree Celsius during a 10 minute benchmark test. The only thing that made this one better was that it is whisper quiet (I could not hear it running at all). After testing, I prefer the havit because it is quieter and it drops the temperature of my laptop by 10 degrees so the fan doesn’t go into the high-speed mode unless I am doing something to require high CPU or GPU utilization.Picture 1 – without cooler on a flat deskPicture 2 – Havit – model F2056Picture 3 – Tree New Bee – model K0025Tests performed on a 15.6″ laptop with a 4700MQ processor

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  79. Rating
    100

    I bought this product along with its number 1 competitor, the Tree New Bee, because I have a computer that has a fan that seems like it runs on high when the computer is over 50 degrees celcius. Overall, I am very impressed with both!! The Havit and the Tree New Bee both dropped the temperature of the laptop by 10 degree Celsius during idle temp and dropped 4 degree Celsius during a 10 minute benchmark test. The only thing that made this one better was that it is whisper quiet (I could not hear it running at all). After testing, I prefer the havit because it is quieter and it drops the temperature of my laptop by 10 degrees so the fan doesn’t go into the high-speed mode unless I am doing something to require high CPU or GPU utilization.Picture 1 – without cooler on a flat deskPicture 2 – Havit – model F2056Picture 3 – Tree New Bee – model K0025Tests performed on a 15.6″ laptop with a 4700MQ processor

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  80. Rating
    100

    I bought this product along with its number 1 competitor, the Tree New Bee, because I have a computer that has a fan that seems like it runs on high when the computer is over 50 degrees celcius. Overall, I am very impressed with both!! The Havit and the Tree New Bee both dropped the temperature of the laptop by 10 degree Celsius during idle temp and dropped 4 degree Celsius during a 10 minute benchmark test. The only thing that made this one better was that it is whisper quiet (I could not hear it running at all). After testing, I prefer the havit because it is quieter and it drops the temperature of my laptop by 10 degrees so the fan doesn’t go into the high-speed mode unless I am doing something to require high CPU or GPU utilization.Picture 1 – without cooler on a flat deskPicture 2 – Havit – model F2056Picture 3 – Tree New Bee – model K0025Tests performed on a 15.6″ laptop with a 4700MQ processor

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  81. Rating
    100

    I bought this product along with its number 1 competitor, the Tree New Bee, because I have a computer that has a fan that seems like it runs on high when the computer is over 50 degrees celcius. Overall, I am very impressed with both!! The Havit and the Tree New Bee both dropped the temperature of the laptop by 10 degree Celsius during idle temp and dropped 4 degree Celsius during a 10 minute benchmark test. The only thing that made this one better was that it is whisper quiet (I could not hear it running at all). After testing, I prefer the havit because it is quieter and it drops the temperature of my laptop by 10 degrees so the fan doesn’t go into the high-speed mode unless I am doing something to require high CPU or GPU utilization.Picture 1 – without cooler on a flat deskPicture 2 – Havit – model F2056Picture 3 – Tree New Bee – model K0025Tests performed on a 15.6″ laptop with a 4700MQ processor

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  82. Rating
    100

    Great laptop. My son purchased this laptop for college. He will be taking civil engineering courses and, when he asked around, this computer came highly recommended. He loves it.

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