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Specifications for 8GB model:

Brand ........................... Dell
Model .......................... XPS 13 7390
Color ............................ Platinum Silver

Operating System ........ Windows 10 Home, 64-bit

Display
..... 13.3-inch InfinityEdge Non-Touch Display
..... Corning® Gorilla® Glass 4
..... 1920 x 1080 (FHD)
..... 100% SRGB,
..... 1500:1 contrast ratio
..... 400 nits
..... IPS display

CPU ....................... Intel i5-10210U (6 MB Cache, up to 4.20 GHz)
GPU ...................... Intel UHD Graphics
Hard Driv ............. 256 GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid-State Drive
Memory ............... 8 GB, LPDDR3, 2133 MHz, Integrated (not expandable)
Keyboard
..... Full size, backlit chiclet keyboard
..... 1.3mm travel
..... Fingerprint Reader
Touchpad ............. Precision touchpad, seamless glass integrated button
WebCam
..... Widescreen HD (720p)
..... 2.25mm webcam
..... 4 array digital microphones
..... Far Field Cortana capable
Speakers ............. Stereo speakers (2x 1W) with Waves MaxxAudio® Pro

Ports
..... 2 Thunderbolt™ 3 with Power Delivery and DisplayPort
..... 1 USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type C™ port with DisplayPort/Power Delivery
..... 1 microSD-card reader
..... 1 Universal audio port
..... 1 Wedge-shaped lock slot

WiFi ......................... Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 AX1650 (2 x 2)
Bluetooth ............... Bluetooth 5.1

Battery ..................... 4-Cell, 52 WHr, Integrated battery
Battery life ............... 17:39 hrs. (according to Dell Tech Specs [dell.com])
Power Supply .......... 45 W AC adapter

Dimensions (L x W x H) .......... 11.9" x 7.8" x 0.3"– 0.46"
Weight ...................................... Starting at 2.7 lbs.

Warranty .................... 1 Year Hardware Warranty with Onsite/In-Home Service


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The links got broke by SD.

Also, pretty amazing that they make a "premium" XPS model with 4gb of soldered RAM.
EEK!

Wonder how they even allowed that.
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The links got broke by SD.

Also, pretty amazing that they make a "premium" XPS model with 4gb of soldered RAM.
EEK!

Wonder how they even allowed that.
4GB RAM should be banned and 8GB Soldered with no slot should also be banned on these premium laptops
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4GB RAM should be banned and 8GB Soldered with no slot should also be banned on these premium laptops
Yeah, it's crazy to see how many of the current/new gen Ryzen laptops are crippled by non-upgradable RAM.
Crazy powerful CPU performance + 8GB RAM forever = sad times Frown
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The links got broke by SD.

Also, pretty amazing that they make a "premium" XPS model with 4gb of soldered RAM.
EEK!

Wonder how they even allowed that.
The salient point here is that ram is not upgradable after purchase
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I don't understand all this angst over 8GB RAM, especially for a moderately powered CPU like the i5-10210U.

Most people doing web surfing, streaming video and the like, will invariably stay well under 8GB.

And Windows 10 works wonderfully well with fast SSD's in memory swapping tasks that sit in the background and don't require active use (which include the majority of tabs you open while browsing).

While on my Swift 3 (Ryzen 7, 8GB), I have had two YouTube videos, a NetFlix movie, a CrunchyRoll video, an Amazon Prime Video, a Starz movie, a BBC video all streaming simultaneously ... PLUS Pandora and Spotify streaming audio running in the background ... PLUS three open word documents ... PLUS two open spreadsheets ... PLUS 22 open tabs in Windows Chrome ... and only used 83% of available RAM according to my Task Manager!

All of the active streaming windows worked fine.

All of the tabs opened the instant I clicked on them. I couldn't tell whether they were sitting in RAM or sitting in memory on the SSD and memory swapped.

If you are running memory intensive programs, like large spreadsheets or editing videos, then there's no getting around the 8GB ceiling. However, for casual users, I don't see 8GB RAM as a problem.
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I don't understand all this angst over 8GB RAM, especially for a moderately powered CPU like the i5-10210U.

Most people doing web surfing, streaming video and the like, will invariably stay well under 8GB.

And Windows 10 works wonderfully well with fast SSD's in memory swapping tasks that sit in the background and don't require active use (which include the majority of tabs you open while browsing).

While on my Swift 3 (Ryzen 7, 8GB), I have had two YouTube videos, a NetFlix movie, a CrunchyRoll video, an Amazon Prime Video, a Starz movie, a BBC video all streaming simultaneously ... PLUS Pandora and Spotify streaming audio running in the background ... PLUS three open word documents ... PLUS two open spreadsheets ... PLUS 22 open tabs in Windows Chrome ... and only used 83% of available RAM according to my Task Manager!

All of the active streaming windows worked fine.

All of the tabs opened the instant I clicked on them. I couldn't tell whether they were sitting in RAM or sitting in memory on the SSD and memory swapped.

If you are running memory intensive programs, like large spreadsheets or editing videos, then there's no getting around the 8GB ceiling. However, for casual users, I don't see 8GB RAM as a problem.
I don't mind the 8GB, but it's DDR3 ram and we are in the middle of 2020, they went out of their way to put it slower RAM than what should be in their high-end "XPS" line. It's not just about how much RAM you have but how fast it is. At this price point you expect DDR4.
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LPDDR4 (LP=Low Power) has only recently become available in PC's.

And the newest XPS models with 10th gen "G" processors do come with LPDDR4x
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Pretty good deal for a slim ultrabook, this is last year's model and is still very good for the price.

The web cam is on top in this model. You can upgrade SSD but can't upgrade RAM as it's soldered.
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I don't mind the 8GB, but it's DDR3 ram and we are in the middle of 2020, they went out of their way to put it slower RAM than what should be in their high-end "XPS" line. It's not just about how much RAM you have but how fast it is. At this price point you expect DDR4.
Agreed. DDR4 draws too much power, but they could have gone with the LPDDR4X.

However, I don't know how that would have affected their supply chain/manufacturing process. Dell's contractors might not have had the flexibility to change production at this point.

EDIT: I stand corrected. See Post #9, above. Dell uses the LPDDR4X on their newer models.
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With 8 GB RAM, can it be future proof for several stock charts, stock news, video watching, email, other readings... at the same time? My old Macbook pro 4 GB RAM couldn't handle 1 stock chart and news/ analysis page on IBD.
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8GB is good for most of the people. Many people are wasting their money when they look for high spec machine.
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Looking for a good light gaming/productivity 13/14" laptop (without thermal issues). Budget is flexible..

Suggestions? Was looking at MSI's offerings, but boy are they confusing, and the gamers still look like 5lb weights, was hoping for 3lb or less...is that pie in the sky?
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This is a joke right? a 4gb soldered xps?
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