Dell launches XPS 15z, the thinnest 15′ Windows laptop

Discussion in 'hardware' started by PJC, May 27, 2011.

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  1. PJC

    PJC Very Frequent Poster

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  2. iravgupta

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    After HP (with their Envy series), Samsung (with their QXJ series) and now Dell can think of nothing better than a MacBook Pro clone. There is nothing wrong with being inspired but at-least get the basics right, one reviewer mentioned the palm rest metal sheet and chassis sheet join caught the skin on his forearms. And the trackpad, though better is still not perfect. I mean why release a product with known issues. Absence of choice for anti-glare screen is a big limitation too, at-least for me.
     
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    Interesting. Wonder if you can game on that bad boy? ;)
     
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    How is this a Macbook Pro clone?

    The specs looks good enough for some serious gaming.
     
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    So your implication being MacBook Pro's specs are not good enough for gaming? Come on, check the specs on the latest 15" MacBook Pro. And I was referring to the design anyway.
     
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    I was talking to Trooper on the second sentence.
     
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