Consider the bezel, that humble landing strip of material that fits between your device's screen and its outer edge.
Laptops have them.
Desktops have them.
Televisions have them.
At least there, they're getting thinner.
Dell has, with its XPS 15, and before that, the XPS 13, really some of the only laptops that we've seen With very thin, very tiny bezels.
This newer 15" is even more impressive because it's got a larger screen realistate to outer edge surface ratio.
Now this upgraded model, Look especially cool because it's got a 4K display.
You still can't get 4K content from some of my favorite sources like Netflix and Amazon on a PC right now, but there's plenty of 4K video out there and the screen just looks fantastic.
And even though this is a fairly unassuming, slim, lightweight 15-inch midsize laptop, it's actually got an Nvidia 950 M graphics card inside, another An add-on that will cost you extra to get.
But is perfectly fine for casual slash mainstream gaming.
Pretty much performs as well as any of the other mainstream specialized gaming systems that we've seen in the last year or two.
Although it does not have the hey I'm a gaming laptop look which is always appreciated.
The Asus 13 starts at a very reasonable 999 but if you add in all the extra That I like like a Core i7 CPU, that 4K screen with touch, and the gaming graphics plus a larger solid state hard drive, you get up to $2,000 and beyond.
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