Dell XPS 13 2015 Broadwell Infinity Display Owners Thread

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  1. r0c

    r0c Notebook Consultant

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    actually it does. Its a known issue for a lot of Dell laptops. I have disabled power saving in the Intel control panel and in windows power plans.
     
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    joncattaneo Newbie

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    Just got mine today from Microsoft Store. I5 4gb 1080p.

    Problem I have is the touch pad. It's very responsive but compared to a lenovo thinkpad yoga the buttons on the touch pad take a lot of pressure to push in.

    As for the keyboard compared to the thinkpad yoga, I like the xps keyboard better. They aren't as mushy and have a little less travel so it seems like I can type faster.
     
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    nivekolleh Notebook Enthusiast

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    A few reviews mention this, hopefully it wears in after you use it a little bit?
     
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    dtblair24 Notebook Enthusiast

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    How long did it take for them to ship your order?
     
  5. joncattaneo

    joncattaneo Newbie

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    I ordered it Saturday the 17th and it arrived today the 20th. Awesome shipping.

    Also noticed in mine there is a screw or something shaking around. Going to head to Microsoft Store tomorrow.
     
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    kkel19 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I am also having issues with the touchpad...but for me...its two finger scrolling...50% of the time it doesnt register and nothing happens....this is such a big thing for me because i have a non touch screen and webbrowsing is heavy with me. Cant use a laptop that can barely scroll half of the time with the two fingers...anyone else have this issue?
     
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    r0c Notebook Consultant

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    Yes that touchpad can be hit or miss for me aswell. Maybe a sensitivity thing ?
     
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    kkel19 Notebook Enthusiast

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    For me its just a dealbreaker now. I am going to be returning this until its a known issue with a fix. I cant expect to always carry a mouse with me.
     
  9. jim1123

    jim1123 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Anyone run Atto benchmark on their unit?

    I have the i5 128GB version

    ATTO Write peaks at 125mb/s and Read peaks at 525mb/s.

    The write speed seems a lot slower than it should be. Device manager reports the SSD as a Samsung PM851 M.2 2280 128GB device.
     
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    soleblaze Notebook Consultant

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    Just got mine. I'll have more details tonight after I'm done working, but I booted it up real quick to check the drive out. Samsung PM851 M.2 22800 256GB. This model should support full disk encryption, just need to put a password on the hard drive in bios. hdparm reports buffered disk reads to be ~515MB/s.
     
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