For better or for worse, Dell has failed to do a good job regarding future upgrades.
1. Remove the bottom plate
To get this device opened, you need to undo 8 Torx-head screws. After that, carefully pry the bottom panel with a plastic tool.
Here we see a battery with a 51Wh capacity.
3. Мemory and storage
Unfortunately, both the memory, and the storage here are soldered to the motherboard, so there is no way to upgrade your convertible XPS 13.
4. Cooling system
On the bright side, the cooling solution comprises a vapor chamber and two rather small fans.
Dell XPS 13 9310 (2-in-1) in-depth review
Some manufacturers are more invested in their gaming laptops than their other lineup. However, others, like Dell, actually want to be recognized for their premium business devices. This is why the XPS series are usually getting more attention than others. Today, we are going to show you the 2-in-1 iteration of the XPS 13 9310. It comes with a choice of Tiger Lake processors, an extremely thin profile, and according to Dell - a ton of performance. Before we start, we have to take into cons[...]Read the full review
- Premium build quality and materials
- Covers 94% of sRGB colors (Sharp GRNPP-LQ134N1)
- Very high color accuracy when Gaming and Web design profile is installed (Sharp GRNPP-LQ134N1)
- 12 hours of battery
- Fingerprint reader and optional IR face recognition systems
- Great speakers
- Limited I/O
- Uses PWM below 140 nits (our Health-Guard profile fixes the issue) (Sharp GRNPP-LQ134N1)
- Memory and storage are soldered to the motherboard
- Gets really warm on the outside
- Extremely short key travel