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The option I got, the one without a touchscreen, tips the scales at 2.6 lbs (1.17 kilos), while the touchscreen model is about 0.2 lbs heavier.
That’s about 1 lbs less than my older X220 and sure makes a difference while on the road.
And you do get pretty much all the needed ports on the sides, including an SD card-reader, something the previous XPS 13 lacked.
There is one downside though, if you can call it so.
Initially, I’ve ordered it so I could review one of the new-gen ultrabooks (at that time) as soon as possible and while there were some things that I liked about it, I did not intend to keep it, as I already had a portable laptop that satisfied my needs.
BTW, the device sits firmly on the desk with this kind of feet and I doubt they would peel-of in time, like it happens with other designs.
The belly is fairly simple, with the feet, some cooling grills and that standard XPS cover that hides the laptop’s Service Tag and other details and keeps the design clean.
They created a compact and light laptop with a 13 inch display, fast hardware, good keyboard/trackpad and long battery life, and on top of all these, a laptop with very little flaws.
On the other hand, the proper priced options lack a touchscreen, so if you're not a big fan of matte panels, you're going to have to pay a lot for a model configured to your needs.