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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390, 13.4" 4K UHD+ Touch Screen WLED Display, Intel 10th Gen i7-1065G7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics, Win 10 Pro Stylus Pen
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390, 13.4" 4K UHD+ Touch Screen WLED Display, Intel 10th Gen i7-1065G7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics, Win 10 Pro Stylus Pen

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390, 13.4" 4K UHD+ Touch Screen WLED Display, Intel 10th Gen i7-1065G7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics, Win 10 Pro Stylus Pen

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390, 13.4" 4K UHD+ Touch Screen WLED Display, Intel 10th Gen i7-1065G7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics, Win 10 Pro Stylus Pen
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 7390, 13.4" 4K UHD+ Touch Screen WLED Display, Intel 10th Gen i7-1065G7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics, Win 10 Pro Stylus Pen
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Features


    Screen Size 13.3 Inches


    Max Screen Resolution 3840 x 2400 Pixels


    Graphics Coprocessor Intel Iris Plus Graphics


    Wireless Type Bluetooth


    Brand Name Dell


    Series XPS 13 2in1 7390


    Item model number XPS 13 2in1 7390


    Hardware Platform PC


    Operating System Windows 10 Pro


    Item Weight 2.9 pounds


    Product Dimensions 11.69 x 8.15 x 0.51 inches


    Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.69 x 8.15 x 0.51 inches


    Color Silver


    Rear Webcam Resolution 720 Pixels


    Processor Brand Intel


    Processor Count 4


    Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM


    Flash Memory Size 512 GB


    Hard Drive Interface Solid State


    Power Source Battery Powered


    Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


    ASIN B07X3XG2D7


    Customer Reviews 1.7 out of 5 stars 2 ratings 1.7 out of 5 stars


    Date First Available August 27, 2019


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    Features


      Screen Size 13.3 Inches


      Max Screen Resolution 3840 x 2400 Pixels


      Graphics Coprocessor Intel Iris Plus Graphics


      Wireless Type Bluetooth


      Brand Name Dell


      Series XPS 13 2in1 7390


      Item model number XPS 13 2in1 7390


      Hardware Platform PC


      Operating System Windows 10 Pro


      Item Weight 2.9 pounds


      Product Dimensions 11.69 x 8.15 x 0.51 inches


      Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.69 x 8.15 x 0.51 inches


      Color Silver


      Rear Webcam Resolution 720 Pixels


      Processor Brand Intel


      Processor Count 4


      Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM


      Flash Memory Size 512 GB


      Hard Drive Interface Solid State


      Power Source Battery Powered


      Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


      ASIN B07X3XG2D7


      Customer Reviews 1.7 out of 5 stars 2 ratings 1.7 out of 5 stars


      Date First Available August 27, 2019


      Shipping

      This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


      Delivery

      Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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      Features


        Screen Size 13.3 Inches


        Max Screen Resolution 3840 x 2400 Pixels


        Graphics Coprocessor Intel Iris Plus Graphics


        Wireless Type Bluetooth


        Brand Name Dell


        Series XPS 13 2in1 7390


        Item model number XPS 13 2in1 7390


        Hardware Platform PC


        Operating System Windows 10 Pro


        Item Weight 2.9 pounds


        Product Dimensions 11.69 x 8.15 x 0.51 inches


        Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.69 x 8.15 x 0.51 inches


        Color Silver


        Rear Webcam Resolution 720 Pixels


        Processor Brand Intel


        Processor Count 4


        Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM


        Flash Memory Size 512 GB


        Hard Drive Interface Solid State


        Power Source Battery Powered


        Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


        ASIN B07X3XG2D7


        Customer Reviews 1.7 out of 5 stars 2 ratings 1.7 out of 5 stars


        Date First Available August 27, 2019


        abunda_amazon_reviews Posting here since Dell deleted my review on their website. Minus 1 star for that. Comparing Dell XPS 13, Lenovo Yoga C940 14 and Surface Pro 7 2-in-1's all with i7-1065G7 CPU/GPU. [XPS PROS:] -Up to 32GB RAM > 16GB on others -Slimmest -Fingerprint reader on power button > Yoga on palmrest > SP7 on non-included $160 Type Cover with Fingerprint ID [XPS CONS:] -No USB-A (deal breaker for me) -No black exterior option. The white interior option keyboard is hard to see with the white backlighting -No far field microphones for Alexa or other assistants -Included charger is only 45W (less than 65W with Yoga/SP7) [YOGA PROS:] -Best screen-to-body ratio (89%) > XPS 84.9% > SP7 76.76%; although the hinge factors into this -Largest screen 14" > XPS 13.4" > SP7 12.3" -Deepest key travel, most comfortable keyboard > XPS > SP7 -Better Arrow Keys + Home/End/Pg Up/Pg Down layout -INCLUDED garaged pen with internal charging > magnetically attached and not included with purchase on others -Best in class speakers. Rotating soundbar with Dolby Atmos sounds amazing! Gets loud! -Built-in camera shutter -Coolest under heavy load > SP7 gets warm > XPS hottest -Fastest Rapid charge (2 hours in 15 minutes) -Largest 65 WHr battery > XPS 51 WHr > SP7 45 WHr [YOGA CONS:] -Shortest 16:9 aspect ratio with large "chin" bezel at bottom of screen face -No MicroSD slot compared to others -Anti-glare customizable option no longer available [SP7 PROS:] -Best 3:2 aspect ratio is better for productivity (but screen is uncomfortably small) > XPS 16:10 > Yoga 16:9 -IR camera for Windows Hello face sign-in, though not useful when docked or when screen is not at the correct angle -Least weight 2.4 lbs > 3 lbs for others -Quietest fan > Yoga > XPS (loudest) [SP7 CONS:] -Worst battery life (even worse than SP6) -Smallest 12.3" display with thick bezels -No 4K UHD option (but I recommend FHD with any brand/model for battery life, you can always dock to a larger monitor) -No Thunderbolt 3 with PD/DP (no eGPU) -Keyboard and pen sold separately [CONS OF ALL:] -No HDMI -No dedicated GPU option, though Thunderbolt 3 on XPS and Yoga allows external GPUs for gaming. Not available on SP7. eGPU great for gaming, allows modular upgradability of graphics cards in the future, although they lose ~20% FPS compared to PCIe. [PRICING:] For i7, 16GB, 512GB with Windows 10 Home: YOGA 4K $1785 > XPS 4K + pen $1900 > SP7 FHD + type cover + pen $2160 [CONCLUSION:] The SP7 was the most expensive when you add the keyboard and pen. The XPS FHD with 32GB RAM came in at $1730. I would like to see a 32GB 4K 512GB option since I don't need that much on-device storage. All have performance improvements over their predecessors thanks to the new 10th gen Intel i7 processors, LPDDR4x RAM and WiFi 6. The Surface Book 2 is too dated to compare here and is clunkier. It's a toss up between the XPS for its 32GB RAM with taller screen, or the Yoga with its USB-A port, better keyboard, and garaged pen, among other things. The extra RAM comes in useful since the integrated graphics will use some of that. The 16GB models easily ran up to 80% CPU, RAM and GPU when driving 2 external monitors and simultaneously running Chrome with tabs, Office apps, iTunes and light gaming. It often sits at 8GB RAM under normal use. Some may appreciate all the ports being on one side as with the Yoga, or having ports on either side as with the XPS. The dedicated volume rockers on the SP7 comes in handy. The lighter weight of the SP7 made it the first to be grabbed on the go for content consumption or note taking, but I prefer the Yoga for content creation with it's larger screen and comfy keyboard. If you're docking all day and only occasionally need to be on the go then I recommend the XPS for its 32GB RAM. The perfect laptop is not quite here yet.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;XPS 13 vs Yoga C940 vs Surface Pro 7 2-in-1's;;DJ;;;- Massive Coil Whine - Screen broken, flashing random colors or just turning black at random intervals - Won't enter sleep mode (I'm a sys-admin by trade, so it's not like I don't know how to fix wake-locks and so on) 2000,- Euros for the WORST Laptop/PC I have owned over the course of 30 years!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Pure junk;;S. Schuster

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        3.0 out of 5 stars
        By DJ - Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2019
        XPS 13 vs Yoga C940 vs Surface Pro 7 2-in-1's
        Posting here since Dell deleted my review on their website. Minus 1 star for that. Comparing Dell XPS 13, Lenovo Yoga C940 14 and Surface Pro 7 2-in-1's all with i7-1065G7 CPU/GPU. [XPS PROS:] -Up to 32GB RAM > 16GB on others -Slimmest -Fingerprint reader on power button > Yoga on palmrest > SP7 on non-included $160 Type Cover with Fingerprint ID [XPS CONS:] -No USB-A (deal breaker for me) -No black exterior option. The white interior option keyboard is hard to see with the white backlighting -No far field microphones for Alexa or other assistants -Included charger is only 45W (less than 65W with Yoga/SP7) [YOGA PROS:] -Best screen-to-body ratio (89%) > XPS 84.9% > SP7 76.76%; although the hinge factors into this -Largest screen 14" > XPS 13.4" > SP7 12.3" -Deepest key travel, most comfortable keyboard > XPS > SP7 -Better Arrow Keys + Home/End/Pg Up/Pg Down layout -INCLUDED garaged pen with internal charging > magnetically attached and not included with purchase on others -Best in class speakers. Rotating soundbar with Dolby Atmos sounds amazing! Gets loud! -Built-in camera shutter -Coolest under heavy load > SP7 gets warm > XPS hottest -Fastest Rapid charge (2 hours in 15 minutes) -Largest 65 WHr battery > XPS 51 WHr > SP7 45 WHr [YOGA CONS:] -Shortest 16:9 aspect ratio with large "chin" bezel at bottom of screen face -No MicroSD slot compared to others -Anti-glare customizable option no longer available [SP7 PROS:] -Best 3:2 aspect ratio is better for productivity (but screen is uncomfortably small) > XPS 16:10 > Yoga 16:9 -IR camera for Windows Hello face sign-in, though not useful when docked or when screen is not at the correct angle -Least weight 2.4 lbs > 3 lbs for others -Quietest fan > Yoga > XPS (loudest) [SP7 CONS:] -Worst battery life (even worse than SP6) -Smallest 12.3" display with thick bezels -No 4K UHD option (but I recommend FHD with any brand/model for battery life, you can always dock to a larger monitor) -No Thunderbolt 3 with PD/DP (no eGPU) -Keyboard and pen sold separately [CONS OF ALL:] -No HDMI -No dedicated GPU option, though Thunderbolt 3 on XPS and Yoga allows external GPUs for gaming. Not available on SP7. eGPU great for gaming, allows modular upgradability of graphics cards in the future, although they lose ~20% FPS compared to PCIe. [PRICING:] For i7, 16GB, 512GB with Windows 10 Home: YOGA 4K $1785 > XPS 4K + pen $1900 > SP7 FHD + type cover + pen $2160 [CONCLUSION:] The SP7 was the most expensive when you add the keyboard and pen. The XPS FHD with 32GB RAM came in at $1730. I would like to see a 32GB 4K 512GB option since I don't need that much on-device storage. All have performance improvements over their predecessors thanks to the new 10th gen Intel i7 processors, LPDDR4x RAM and WiFi 6. The Surface Book 2 is too dated to compare here and is clunkier. It's a toss up between the XPS for its 32GB RAM with taller screen, or the Yoga with its USB-A port, better keyboard, and garaged pen, among other things. The extra RAM comes in useful since the integrated graphics will use some of that. The 16GB models easily ran up to 80% CPU, RAM and GPU when driving 2 external monitors and simultaneously running Chrome with tabs, Office apps, iTunes and light gaming. It often sits at 8GB RAM under normal use. Some may appreciate all the ports being on one side as with the Yoga, or having ports on either side as with the XPS. The dedicated volume rockers on the SP7 comes in handy. The lighter weight of the SP7 made it the first to be grabbed on the go for content consumption or note taking, but I prefer the Yoga for content creation with it's larger screen and comfy keyboard. If you're docking all day and only occasionally need to be on the go then I recommend the XPS for its 32GB RAM. The perfect laptop is not quite here yet.

        1.0 out of 5 stars
        By S. Schuster - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
        Pure junk
        - Massive Coil Whine - Screen broken, flashing random colors or just turning black at random intervals - Won't enter sleep mode (I'm a sys-admin by trade, so it's not like I don't know how to fix wake-locks and so on) 2000,- Euros for the WORST Laptop/PC I have owned over the course of 30 years!

        Recent Reviews


        3.0 out of 5 stars
        By DJ - Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2019
        XPS 13 vs Yoga C940 vs Surface Pro 7 2-in-1's
        Posting here since Dell deleted my review on their website. Minus 1 star for that. Comparing Dell XPS 13, Lenovo Yoga C940 14 and Surface Pro 7 2-in-1's all with i7-1065G7 CPU/GPU. [XPS PROS:] -Up to 32GB RAM > 16GB on others -Slimmest -Fingerprint reader on power button > Yoga on palmrest > SP7 on non-included $160 Type Cover with Fingerprint ID [XPS CONS:] -No USB-A (deal breaker for me) -No black exterior option. The white interior option keyboard is hard to see with the white backlighting -No far field microphones for Alexa or other assistants -Included charger is only 45W (less than 65W with Yoga/SP7) [YOGA PROS:] -Best screen-to-body ratio (89%) > XPS 84.9% > SP7 76.76%; although the hinge factors into this -Largest screen 14" > XPS 13.4" > SP7 12.3" -Deepest key travel, most comfortable keyboard > XPS > SP7 -Better Arrow Keys + Home/End/Pg Up/Pg Down layout -INCLUDED garaged pen with internal charging > magnetically attached and not included with purchase on others -Best in class speakers. Rotating soundbar with Dolby Atmos sounds amazing! Gets loud! -Built-in camera shutter -Coolest under heavy load > SP7 gets warm > XPS hottest -Fastest Rapid charge (2 hours in 15 minutes) -Largest 65 WHr battery > XPS 51 WHr > SP7 45 WHr [YOGA CONS:] -Shortest 16:9 aspect ratio with large "chin" bezel at bottom of screen face -No MicroSD slot compared to others -Anti-glare customizable option no longer available [SP7 PROS:] -Best 3:2 aspect ratio is better for productivity (but screen is uncomfortably small) > XPS 16:10 > Yoga 16:9 -IR camera for Windows Hello face sign-in, though not useful when docked or when screen is not at the correct angle -Least weight 2.4 lbs > 3 lbs for others -Quietest fan > Yoga > XPS (loudest) [SP7 CONS:] -Worst battery life (even worse than SP6) -Smallest 12.3" display with thick bezels -No 4K UHD option (but I recommend FHD with any brand/model for battery life, you can always dock to a larger monitor) -No Thunderbolt 3 with PD/DP (no eGPU) -Keyboard and pen sold separately [CONS OF ALL:] -No HDMI -No dedicated GPU option, though Thunderbolt 3 on XPS and Yoga allows external GPUs for gaming. Not available on SP7. eGPU great for gaming, allows modular upgradability of graphics cards in the future, although they lose ~20% FPS compared to PCIe. [PRICING:] For i7, 16GB, 512GB with Windows 10 Home: YOGA 4K $1785 > XPS 4K + pen $1900 > SP7 FHD + type cover + pen $2160 [CONCLUSION:] The SP7 was the most expensive when you add the keyboard and pen. The XPS FHD with 32GB RAM came in at $1730. I would like to see a 32GB 4K 512GB option since I don't need that much on-device storage. All have performance improvements over their predecessors thanks to the new 10th gen Intel i7 processors, LPDDR4x RAM and WiFi 6. The Surface Book 2 is too dated to compare here and is clunkier. It's a toss up between the XPS for its 32GB RAM with taller screen, or the Yoga with its USB-A port, better keyboard, and garaged pen, among other things. The extra RAM comes in useful since the integrated graphics will use some of that. The 16GB models easily ran up to 80% CPU, RAM and GPU when driving 2 external monitors and simultaneously running Chrome with tabs, Office apps, iTunes and light gaming. It often sits at 8GB RAM under normal use. Some may appreciate all the ports being on one side as with the Yoga, or having ports on either side as with the XPS. The dedicated volume rockers on the SP7 comes in handy. The lighter weight of the SP7 made it the first to be grabbed on the go for content consumption or note taking, but I prefer the Yoga for content creation with it's larger screen and comfy keyboard. If you're docking all day and only occasionally need to be on the go then I recommend the XPS for its 32GB RAM. The perfect laptop is not quite here yet.

        1.0 out of 5 stars
        By S. Schuster - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
        Pure junk
        - Massive Coil Whine - Screen broken, flashing random colors or just turning black at random intervals - Won't enter sleep mode (I'm a sys-admin by trade, so it's not like I don't know how to fix wake-locks and so on) 2000,- Euros for the WORST Laptop/PC I have owned over the course of 30 years!