Seems Dell are on a roll right now, delivering preinstalled Linux machines in all product categories and can’t do anything wrong. Particularly their posh little XPS 13 laptop has become a favourite of the masses. And that despite its rather hefty price tag. I mean 949 US$ for the cheapest model is a whammy, right?
Is it worth the money? Let me put it this way: Do you want to use the best possible tools for your daily work, or do you want to pay just enough to get by? If, like me, your answer is you want the best to be the best, then you’ll get the XPS 13, and you’ll be glad you did.
Oh my. Ohmyohmy. What I really think about Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols is nobody’s concern but let me put it this way, as friendly as I can: He’s a cheap hack, compromised by the industry, writing for a third tier website and trying his best to never appear like a critical thinking individual but only like a good sheeple. Anyway, Orca too thinks that the Dell XPS13 is a great machine. She’d take one that is like 2 years old by now not only to save on money but because I guess the hardware was better back then.
Anyhoo, I’m not getting paid for peddling office machines so make of Orca’s opinion what you want. 🙂