The XPS 13 OLED is here. Though the XPS 13 (9310) is already available, if you’re looking for an InfinityEdge OLED touch display, now’s the time. Just remember: it’ll cost you more.
The InfinityEdge OLED touch display option for the XPS 13 features DisplayHDR 500 True Black, 400-nit brightness support, a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, and 0.65% anti-reflective, anti-smudge coating.
One fact about the XPS 13 not related to its new screen option is that, according to Dell, it’s “cut from a block of aluminum in two pieces,” which is intended to make it more durable than machines with pieced-together frames. If that sort of thing plays a part in your buying decisions, Dell has you covered. After all, if you’re paying for OLED, you might as well get the display on a smartly engineered laptop.
With the OLED display option for the XPS 13 now available, you might be wondering which XPS 13 configuration to go with. Just know that not only do we have a guide for that exact question (linked in the previous sentence!), but we also have a guide to help you choose the best Windows laptop for your needs in general. Coincidentally, the XPS 13 is included there.