If you’re not new to my channel you probably know that I primarily use Macs in my personal life. I’ve been using Mac OS X since 2009 when I got my first MacBook Pro (which I still use to this day) and I haven’t owned a Windows laptop or Windows desktop in over 8 years.
So when Dell reached out to me and asked if I wanted to experience the new Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook my first immediate reaction was “No, I don’t really use Windows laptops.”
But then I started doing some research on the Dell XPS 13 which was just released at the end of 2015 with Intel’s 6th generation processors, and this thing has been topping the list on a lot of popular tech blogs as the best Windows laptop and the best Windows ultrabook out right now. That definitely sparked my interest and as I got to researching it more I noticed that it looks very similar to the new MacBook.
Then I realized that this new Dell XPS 13 is the PC equivalent of a MacBook. It’s kind of a mix between the MacBook Retina 12″ and the MacBook Pro 13”. If you are in the market for a MacBook or new Windows laptop and you don’t really know which way to go or you want to see which laptop performs better at certain tasks then I am here to answer that question for you.
I’m taking the challenge. For the next month I will be replacing my MacBook Pro with the new Dell XPS 13 9350 and using that exclusively. In about six weeks I will give you the conclusion and my full review of the Dell XPS 13. I’ll let you know how it sizes up to the Mac experience coming from a primary Mac user myself.
Definitely stick around and find out how this works out. I’m looking forward to using the Dell XPS 13. It certainly looks awesome. Also, full disclosure, Dell did send this to me at no charge but I will be completely honest and unbiased in my review. We’re going to find out if this is the best Windows ultrabook out right now and is it really a MacBook killer? Please subscribe to my YouTube channel so you will be notified when I release that video here in about six weeks. It’s going to be fun. Also make sure you follow me on Twitter and Instagram.