Fifteen customers who purchased it reckoned that it was compact. Pcmag.com said on expert website PC Mag “The Dell XPS 13 Touch is a compact touch-screen ultrabook made with premium materials like carbon fiber”. Expert review site Computershopper.com said “If you're looking for a well-rounded, compact traditional laptop, you'll be hard-pressed to f” in their DELL XPS 13 review. Computershopper.com also wrote “Attractive, compact design”.
A number of people mentioned in their reviews that this laptop was thin. Hothardware.com mentioned last year “Utlrabook designs just keep getting thinner, more powerful”. Expert website Notebookcheck.net said “We reviewed Dell's slim and light Ultrabook XPS 13 just a couple of days ago”. Expert website Wired.com mentioned in their review of this laptop last year “Maybe the future of laptops just looks like laptops—only thinner, lighter, faster” and scored it 80 out of 100.
A number of customers mentioned in their reviews that this laptop was lightweight. Pcmag.com wrote in their review on expert website PC Mag “The Dell XPS 13 Touch ($1,349.99, as tested) is a lightweight ultrabook made for the road warriors who need a full-size keyboard”. Expert review site Arstechnica.com wrote in their review “Lightweight long-lasting well-specced PC laptops to offer something approximating the MacBook Air experience, just not made by Apple”. Expert website Neowin.net wrote “It's light-weight, packs a larger screen into a smaller form factor than any other machine on the market, has an amazing display” in their review of this laptop.
One person who bought the product considered that it was good structurally. Digitalversus.com gave the product a score of 4 stars and said in their review of this laptop on Digital Versus “The construction is excellent”. One DELL XPS 13 reviewer who purchased it considered that it was a squeeze to fit in. Expert website Alphr.com wrote “Dell has squeezed into this glamorous chassis a 13in laptop that's c”.