Dell’s recently announced XPS 13 Plus is nearly ideal, with an ultra-thin and lightweight design, high performance and quick responsiveness guaranteed by Intel’s Evo, an upgradeable SSD, and an advanced OLED display. looks like a nice laptop. However, some of Dell’s XPS 13 Plus machines have serious issues. Adhesive issues can even cause screens to die or literally fall off. Dell is aware of this situation and has contacted the owner to rectify.
Dell’s XPS 13 screen issue is specific to OLED models and only affects a limited number of units. In contrast, LCD models are unaffected. The Barge (opens in new tab) Quote your notebook supplier. The Verge experienced issues with the XPS 13 Plus. This is because the unit’s screen stopped during the review process. reddit (opens in new tab) user. However, it’s worth noting that the unit tested by Tom’s Hardware had no issues.
Otherwise the XPS 13 screen Show funky colors (opens in new tab), lost touch screen The wrong glue was used and it literally fell off the frame.One such situation was filmed In the Best Buy demo area (opens in new tab) (However, it incorrectly refers to the model as the XPS 15). Dell is aware of this issue. We are asking them to fix their production processes and contact affected machine owners to fix their OLED displays before they die.
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A Dell statement published by The Verge reads, “At Dell Technologies, the quality of our products is our top priority.” “We discovered that some screens on our XPS 13 Plus OLED system may have come loose due to a problem with the third-party adhesive we are using, and we fixed the issue immediately in the production process. Dell is actively contacting potentially affected customers to replace the screen before it comes loose.”
Problems with display adhesives are common in the industry. For example, in recent years apple (opens in new tab), one plus (opens in new tab)When TCL/Blackberry (opens in new tab) I was plagued with issues like the display popping off and colors not being reproduced correctly.