DELL XPS 13 Price in Singapore & Specifications

Say goodbye to bezels. The Dell XPS 13 is an incredibly beautiful Ultrabook. It's ultra-thin and ultra-portable and packs enough power to get you through your day. It's also got a virtually bezel-less display which Dell calls the world's first InfinityEdge display.

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Say goodbye to bezels. The Dell XPS 13 is an incredibly beautiful Ultrabook. It's ultra-thin and ultra-portable and packs enough power to get you through your day. It's also got a virtually bezel-less display which Dell calls the world's first InfinityEdge display.

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Cheapest DELL XPS 13 Price in Singapore is S$ 2,099.00

The DELL XPS 13 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest DELL XPS 13 price in Singapore is S$ 2,099.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different DELL XPS 13 variants with Core i7 512GB starting from S$ 2,949.00 and Core i7 256GB at S$ 2,158.00. DELL XPS 13 price details are updated April 2021.

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Price List by Country for DELL XPS 13

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 15.999.000 S$ 1,462.00
Malaysia MYR 4,399.00 S$ 1,421.00
Philippines PHP 15,000.00 S$ 412.00
Singapore SGD 2,099.00 S$ 2,099.00
Thailand THB 49,880 S$ 2,120.00

DELL XPS 13 Price in Singapore by Variants

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DELL XPS 13 Core i5 256GB S$ 2,099.00 Lazada
DELL XPS 13 Core i7 256GB S$ 2,158.00 Lazada
DELL XPS 13 Core i7 512GB S$ 2,949.00 Lazada
DELL XPS 13 Core i5 128GB Offer unavailable

DELL XPS 13 Specs

Screen Size 13.3"
Screen Resolution 3840 x 2160pixels
Screen Technology IPS
OS Windows 10
Battery Life 12h
Backlit Keyboard No
Touch Screen Yes
Fingerprint Reader Yes
Weight 1.29kg
Body Material Aluminium
Storage Type SSD
Graphic Card Intel UHD Graphics 620
Connector Ports
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Type-C No
Headphone Jack Yes
Card Reader Yes
Thunderbolt Yes
DisplayPort No
Webcam Resolution HD
RAM Speed 2133MHz
Packaging Data
Warranty 2 Years
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

Dell XPS 13 Singapore Price, Review, and Specs

Setting Design Standards For Ultrabook with the Dell XPS 13 Singapore

The Dell XPS 13 is an incredibly beautiful Ultrabook that has been artfully constructed from the most premium of materials. The Dell XPS 13 is designed to maximise durability in its ultra-portable form factor; the main external components are crafted with utmost precision from a single block of aluminium. This allows for an extremely sturdy and durable chassis with a beautiful design overall. The Dell XPS 13 only weighs 1.29kg and is only 0.6 inches thick at its thickest point, making it extremely easy and convenient to carry around.

The display of this Dell XPS laptop is also covered by Corning Gorilla Glass NBT - a strong glass developed and designed by Corning and its great technologies. Not only is it strong, but it is also ten times more scratch-resistant - which is especially useful with the touchscreen-enabled model.

Featuring the Dell Infinity Edge

Notice how most laptops and Ultrabooks have very unsightly thick bezels (the borders around the screen)? That is not an issue with the Dell XPS 13. The XPS 13 has a virtually bezel-less display that Intel dubs the InfiniteDisplay. Not only is it bezel-free, but the display is incredibly sharp and bright, even under direct sunlight – you'll also enjoy true natural colours on display.

Ultra-Thin, Ultra-Powerful

The Dell XPS 13 is an Ultrabook that is fully loaded for enhanced performance in all of its paces. This Dell laptop is loaded with the most powerful specifications, and it will easily get you through your day with an incredibly long battery life.

The powerful 6th generation Intel Core processor in the Dell XPS 13 scoffs at most daily performance and tasks that you can throw at it, and with great responsiveness as well. The Ultrabook boots up and resume work in mere seconds with the latest built-in SSD (solid-state drive), allowing it to have incredibly fast data speeds. It is just simply powerful.

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This Dell laptop has one of the best battery capacities among all 13-inch computers. As an ultra-portable computer, it is without a doubt that an immensely long battery life is important. The Dell XPS 13 is able to achieve a battery life of up to 18 hours and 14 minutes on the Full HD display version – and you can add an additional 10 hours or so with the Dell Power Companion 12000 mAh battery pack, just work all day and plug it back when you're home.

If you would like an upgraded version of the Dell XPS 13 released in 2020, here is a rundown on the specifications of the new bezel-less laptop.

Dell XPS 13 2020 Specs

  • Display: 13.4 inches, 1080p
  • Dimension: 11.6 x 7.8 x 0.6 inches
  • Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Display: 1920 x 1200 touch display (can be upgraded to 2840 x 2400 touch display)
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home or Pro, Ubuntu 18.04
  • CPU: 1.5-GHz 10th Generation Intel Core i7-1065G7
  • GPU: Intel Iris Plus
  • RAM: 16GB
  • Storage: 512 M.2 NVMe SSD (expandable up to 2TB SSD)
  • Connectivity: Killer Wi-Fi 6 AX1650, 2 x 2, Bluetooth 5.0
  • Ports: 2x USB-C 3.1 with Thunderbolt 3, microSD card reader, combo audio jack

Is the Dell XPS 13 2020 a good laptop?

Dell XPS 13 2020 (or also known as Dell XPS 13 9300) is deemed one of the best 2-in-1 laptops thus far. The new model mirrors the Dell XPS 13 7390 perfectly, except with a more powerful “Ice Lake” processor with Intel Iris Plus graphics, larger keyboard keycaps and trackpad, a new 16:10 aspect ratio, four-sided InfinityEdge display, and a Windows Hello IR top-mounted camera. The Dell XPS 13 still keeps the same 52 Wh battery from the previous Dell XPS 13 7390.

Starting from the aluminium chassis design alone, it is made from premium material and is seen with virtually no bezel. With an almost bezel-less chassis, that also means you will get a larger display, ensuring an immersive movie viewing experience. The amazing display is further boosted by a scratch- and drop-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass screen.

The touch-screen laptop features 12 hours of battery life, a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, an embedded fingerprint reader in the power button, a comfortable keyboard and mouse pad, seamless and swift performance, and solid audio to boot. The only fly in the ointment is the lack of ports on the laptop. The new XPS 13 sports one Thunderbolt 3 port on each side of the laptop. A USB-C hub may be required if you plan to use a mouse, an external hard drive, or a USB flash drive.



Impressive screen

Good keyboard and trackpad

10th-gen Intel chips - fast performance

Mediocre webcam

Only two USB-C ports

Poor mics and speakers for video conferencing

Overall, the Dell XPS 13 is a worthwhile investment for students and corporate professionals who are always on the go. This absolute show-stopper can go the entire day without charging, so no more lugging chargers from one place to another! If you’re considering a robust 13-inch touch screen laptop, the XPS 13 should be right up your alley.

What is the difference between Dell XPS 13 (2020) and Dell XPS 13 (2018)?


Dell XPS 13 9300 (2020)

Dell XPS 13 9370 (2018)





2 USB Type-C with Thunderbolt 3

1 headphone jack

1 microSD card reader

2 Thunderbolt 3

1 USB-C 3.1

1 headphone jack

1 microSD card reader

1 Noble lock slot


10th Gen Intel Core i3 to Core i7

8th Gen Intel Core i5 to Core i7

Integrated Graphics

Intel UHD Graphics & Iris Plus Graphics

Intel UHD Graphics 620


4GB - 32GB

4GB - 16GB


256GB - 512GB

128GB - 2TB


More than 17 hours on a video rundown test

12 hours 37 minutes


  • 0.92MP top-mount front camera with fixed focus lens at 30fps
  • Windows Hello face authentication front-facing camera

0.92MP bottom-mount front camera with fixed focus lens at 30fps


  1. Frost with Arctic white woven glass
  2. Platinum silver with black carbon fibre interior
  1. Rose Gold with black carbon fibre palm rest.
  2. Platinum silver with black carbon fibre palm rest.

How long will an XPS 13 last?

An XPS 13 should be able to last about 3 to 5 years. The better configuration you get - like the i7 processor, 1TB storage, and 16GB RAM, the more likely it is to last longer.

Is Dell XPS 13 good for gaming?

Since the Dell XPS 13 is fitted with the Ice Lake processor comprising the Iris Plus graphics, the laptop delivers great gaming performance when you play League of Legends, Overwatch and Rocket League, making it one of the best 2-in-1 laptops for casual gaming. That said, if you would like to do serious gaming on this device, you may want to use a discrete graphics card.

Is Dell XPS 13 good for programming?

Absolutely. Both the Dell XPS 13 7390 and 9300 come with 8th generation and 10th generation Intel processors respectively, which are sufficient for handling all kinds of programming tasks. With at least 8GB of RAM, both Dell laptops are guaranteed to provide a smooth user’s experience. Plus, their keyboard makes quick-typing a breeze.

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Reviews of DELL XPS 13
Reviewed on 2018-03-15
The new XPS 13 is sleeker yet brings the same ruggedness for everyday computing on the road. PHOTO: Alfred SiewPlaced next to its competitors, Dell's new XPS 13 looks small.The laptop seems like it has a smaller screen compared to other thin and light mac...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-05
Microsoft announced its first proper laptop earlier this week, aimed at wooing students with a fashionable alternative to Apple's hardware. As it turns out, the Surface Laptop is a blissfully elegant proposition. Devoid of novelty or some category-defying...
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Reviewed on 2020-03-23
High-quality, robust, slim design, Fast, versatile internals, Great screen with tiny bezels
Could have more ports, Not always the most affordable option
The Dell XPS 13 has been one of the world's best laptops for ages – its blend of stunning design, great screen quality, and impressive performance are a winning combination. We're happy to say that Dell has stuck with its winning formula, keeping what wor...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-12
The display is A-grade as before, with just 5 mm bezels on the top and sides — we tested the 4K touchscreen model, but there's also a matte-finish 1080p version which will save you a few bucks and should help extend battery life a touch, Upgraded 8th-gen...
No USB Type-A Ports, Improved webcam still looks up your nose
WINDOWS ULTRABOOKS DON'T come much finer than Dells XPS 13. Since it was introduced around four years ago, it's had many competitors try to topple it, but despite its ageing design it's managed to remain the slim-and-light Windows laptop to beat. With thi...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-27
Better performance than most Core i7 laptops with just a Core i5, Improved keyboard over previous generation XPS 13, Tiny foot print
Can be loud at times, No USB-A port, Slightly pricey
Dell made a bold statement when it claimed its completely redesigned New XPS 13 would be among the fastest laptops in its class, if not the fastest. After finally laying our hands on the New XPS 13, we'd have to officially declare that Dell ain't just tra...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-27
good contrast; >90 % sRGB, good run times; large battery, sturdy aluminum chassis; great design, quiet system fan, good CPU performance, good bass, bright display, Killer 1535 is standard, easy to maintain
chassis reverberates at high volume levels / bass, PWM at all brightness levels (including maximum), Toshiba NVMe SSD features low transfer rates, arrow keys are small and feel spongy
A tad slower. The XPS 13 with Kaby Lake Refresh Core i5 trails the Core i7 in raw multi-core performance, but as far as overall system performance is concerned, the model with i7 is only marginally faster...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-25
Impeccable design and build quality, Compact chassis with 13.3-inch screen but smaller footprint, Excellent input devices, Exceptional screen quality – high contrast, extremely bright and wide sRGB coverage, Considerable performance improvement over the l...
Can't sustain higher Turbo Boost frequencies leading to slightly lower performance of the CPU, The screen uses PWM across all brightness levels (an old and unresolved issue), The Content-adaptive brightness control can't be turned off (something users and...
And here we are with another presumably incremental update of one of the best high-end ultrabooks on the market, the MacBook Pro 13 killer – XPS 13. As another generation passes by and no design changes were made – just like the last two hardware refreshe...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-22
Still excellent design, New 8th gen CPU is awesome, Dazzling QHDIGZO display, More configuration choices, Outstanding battery life
Higher models can get expensive, Still awkward web cam, No pen support
Dell is a bit more conservative than I would like when it comes to its XPS line, hardly changing the design in the last few years. Nonetheless, it's a bit difficult to find anything glaringly wrong with the design of the XPS 13 or 15 – save for the oddly...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-20
Stunning performance and battery life, Sleek, compact design, Handsome 1080p display
Inconvenient webcam location, No HDMI port
Online gossip has it that Dell will launch a new XPS 13 in early 2018, with a white case and with three USB-C ports replacing the existing ports. We're eager to see it, but this latest XPS 13 (starts at $799, $1,299 as tested) is more than enough to keep...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-07
compact & sturdy chassis, bright & matte screen, very good application performance, good input devices, very long battery runtime, quiet fan...
but annoying coil whine, CPU/GPU cannot utilize full potential, low gamut and PWM, small and spongy arrow keys
More GPU or more CPU performance? Dell offers the popular XPS 13 with faster Intel Iris graphics, but can the cooling solution handle the additional performance, and is it a good upgrade? Or should you get the one of the new Kaby Lake-R chips instead...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-01
Gorgeous 3200x1800 IGZO display, Ultrafast NVMe storage, Thunderbolt 3/USB 3.1 Type-C, Full-size SD Card reader, Thin, light but rock solid build, Glorious carbon fiber, Killer battery life, Great performance
Webcam in awkward position, No native display output, Non-expandable memory, Intel Speed Shift currently not enabled
Mechanically speaking, Dell has done little to change or update the company's wildly popular XPS 13 and 15 series of premium consumer notebooks since their initial release. There's no mystery as to why that is the case, however. When something works this...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
If there's a silver lining to the overall decline of computer sales , it's the booming of the premium ultramobile segment. Based on a forecast from Gartner , sales of these slim but powerful flagship systems could rise by 11% this year and, by 2018, accou...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
input devices
No biometric support, You can have touch, or you can have monstrous battery life, but you can't have both
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
impressive sturdiness and build quality, ultra-thin bezel and correspondingly low footprint, very good system performance, outstanding battery life, impressive WiFi performance (Killer wireless card), remains quiet under most conditions, top-notch input...
display brightness could be higher, just average coverage of the color spaces, can run very hot, occasional (mild) coil whine, not as thin as some others, space bar pressure not uniform
Quiet evolution. The Kaby Lake i5-equipped version of Dell's XPS 13 subnotebook with FHD display impresses with outstanding battery live, great performance and top-notch ergonomics. The display, however, falls a tad short of our lofty expectations...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-07
Compact design, Carbon fiber and aluminum construction, High-resolution (3,200-by-1,800) display, Includes both USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3,0 (Type-A) ports, Long battery life
Requires adapters for external displays, Not DCI-P3 or Adobe RGB compliant, Odd angle on webcam
Dell has released the XPS 13 Touch (2016 Rose Gold Editon) (starts at $799.99, $1,649.99 as tested), the third iteration this year of its flagship ultraportable laptop. It (still) features a brilliant 13-inch 3,200-by-1,800 (QHD+) IPS screen, a compact bo...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
Features latest generation Intel 7th Generation CPU, Very compact for a 13-inch laptop, Very good battery life
Keyboard is a almost too small, Webcam in an awkward position that gives people a shot of your wattle, Still great, but almost zero changes to external design
We can all agree that Dell's latest XPS 13 with Kaby Lake is an incremental update. But when your ultrabook is the one that's being copied by everyone, that's not such a bad thing, is it?Externally, you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference between the...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-30
relatively accessible internals; upgradeable storage, strong chassis and lid; excellent workmanship, smaller than other 13.3-inch notebooks, USB Type-C Gen. 2 + Thunderbolt 3, Killer 1535 wireless as standard, high quality QHD+ touchscreen, very long bat...
warm operating and surface temperatures, inconsistent dynamic brightness control, unimpressive internal speakers, suboptimal webcam placement, fingerprint magnet, small Arrow keys, no DDR4 RAM
Now in Rose Gold. The Kaby Lake update adds little to an already excellent XPS 13 experience. Users will only see marginal benefits in both performance and battery life when compared to the outgoing Skylake XPS 13...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-18
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Reviewed on 2016-09-30
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Reviewed on 2017-11-29
Kaby Lake-R has arrived to replace Kaby Lake in the mobile CPU segment. Dell has renamed their award-winning XPS 13 to New XPS 13. While the original XPS 13 uses a dual-core 7th generation mobile processor with a maximum Turbo of 3.1GHz and base of 2.5GHz...
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