xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this
xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this
xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this
xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this
xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this
xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this
xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this

xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this

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What is xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this?
      12th Generation xvideo men Intel Core i9-12900HK xvideo men (24MB Cache, up to xvideo men 5.0 GHz, xvideo men 14 cores)32GB xvideo men 4800MHz DDR5; 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe xvideo men Solid State xvideo men DriveIntel Killer Wi-Fi xvideo men 6 1675 (AX211) 2x2 xvideo men + Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless CardThe xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 laptop is light xvideo men for its xvideo men screen size. You could call it the anti-gaming xvideo men laptop in the best way xvideo men possible. Gaming laptops are xvideo men almost xvideo men universally xvideo men thick, xvideo men heavy, bulky, and gawdy. xvideo men The Dell XPS xvideo men 17 is thin, light, sleek, and professional.Im coming xvideo men from an HP Spectre at just under xvideo men 14 inches. I xvideo men needed something very xvideo men light but the screen was xvideo men too small for me xvideo men to use the xvideo men laptop without xvideo men having to xvideo men bring my face xvideo men right up xvideo men to the screen. The Dell XPS is an appropriate replacement with most of the same xvideo men features, such xvideo men as xvideo men a touchscreen and a fingerprint sensor. The specs and sleek aesthetic also xvideo men make the Dell XPS a solid alternative.Mine came in xvideo men a frighteningly roughed-up box with tears in places. xvideo men I xvideo men feared it wouldnt turn on xvideo men once I took xvideo men it xvideo men out. Thankfully, its doing good so far.One of the xvideo men things I xvideo men absolutely love is that it comes with xvideo men Windows 11 xvideo men Professional. Its a major reason xvideo men I picked xvideo men the Dell XPS. Although, xvideo men I xvideo men wish I could downgrade to Windows 10 Pro. Still, its what xvideo men I need for my job and beats Windows 11 Home by a xvideo men landslide, xvideo men especially if youre running a virtual machine.I occasionally xvideo men run my own xvideo men MMORPG server, so having a professional xvideo men edition xvideo men of windows is a xvideo men must.My biggest complaint is that xvideo men this laptop comes with an xvideo men RTX xvideo men 3050 xvideo men graphics card. At xvideo men this price point an RTX 3060 or even more xvideo men so an RTX 3050 Ti would be more fitting. This xvideo men is xvideo men especially true because it would better match xvideo men the solid performance tier xvideo men of the Core i7-12700H CPU.Windows 11 xvideo men Pro, EnglishHave had many dells xvideo men before, this one is xvideo men definitely the xvideo men best one, very solid xvideo men build, metal xvideo men case xvideo men is just killing it, xvideo men NO overheating when working, although xvideo men during gaming too I dont even hear the fan noise, and xvideo men 17 inch is xvideo men awesome, perfect xvideo men choice for developer.But xvideo men has some problems too thats xvideo men why 4 xvideo men starts,1. When the lid xvideo men is open the edges are toooo sharp and your Arms hurt sometimes , the xvideo men corners xvideo men should have been smoother xvideo men for sure.2. Opening the screen is xvideo men kinda xvideo men hard, there is nothing to xvideo men get attached to3. Speakers are terrible, they sound xvideo men like from the Toilet, they are big so xvideo men should xvideo men have been a lot xvideo men better especially at this price.But overall xvideo men I am VERYYYYYYY xvideo men happy with it.Also just fyi the xvideo men SSD xvideo men inside is very good one xvideo men like Samsung 980 pro so don't buy another one for windows, just buy cheaper xvideo men ones with more xvideo men storage.When this xvideo men laptop popped up, it seemed like a great xvideo men option to replace/upgrade xvideo men my wifes xvideo men Dell Insprion xvideo men 17 which has xvideo men been having some issues lately (difficult to diagnose, but mostly xvideo men internet/network issues).On paper, it xvideo men looks like xvideo men the xvideo men specs are solid. Core i7-12700H CPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB NVME M.2 SSD, nVidia RTX 3050 Mobile, and a xvideo men high-resolution 4K touch display.My xvideo men wife xvideo men has been using this XPS xvideo men 17 for xvideo men several xvideo men weeks, xvideo men and so far her xvideo men only complaint was that it randomly went into a state where the mouse xvideo men pointer disappeared xvideo men and the trackpad xvideo men wouldnt bring xvideo men it back onscreen. A reboot fixed this issue. xvideo men It has not exhibited xvideo men any xvideo men of the issues xvideo men that she was having previously with her Inspiron.To put it through its paces, xvideo men I xvideo men created xvideo men my own account on xvideo men the laptop. When I first did this, after the initial setup I ran into another minor xvideo men glitch where the mouse pointer was visible, but I could click anything (it could be moved around with xvideo men the trackpad, xvideo men though). xvideo men This occurred while xvideo men it was initially starting up after my xvideo men first login to that new account on xvideo men the xvideo men machine. After about 30-60 seconds, the screen xvideo men turned white for about 1 second and xvideo men then came back to the xvideo men desktop, xvideo men at which point the trackpad xvideo men was working normally.I ran a couple of benchmarks on the machine (from userbenchmark.com). xvideo men On the first run, which was essentially the xvideo men factory fresh configuration, it scored:Gaming xvideo men - 35%Desktop - 107%Workstation - 38%I noticed that xvideo men the log of the xvideo men results stated that the nVidia GPU was xvideo men skipped, xvideo men so this was run with the integrated graphics xvideo men card.I xvideo men then ran it again after using the nVidia Control Panel to set the xvideo men global xvideo men graphics to use the xvideo men nVidia card, and xvideo men got the xvideo men following results:Gaming - 66%Desktop - 107%Workstation - xvideo men 71%The web page report for both of these runs states xvideo men that Windows throttled the CPU xvideo men to xvideo men about 88%, and I changed the settings xvideo men mentioned xvideo men there to address this, with no success. Both xvideo men results were xvideo men set with the Performance xvideo men Plan xvideo men on Max xvideo men Performance.This machine isnt intended as a gaming laptop, so I xvideo men didnt do specific game tests, xvideo men but it should run non-high-end xvideo men games at decent framerates (something like CS:GO should be fine).Overall impressions:Screen: Gorgeous! Very bright and crisp.Keyboard: Decent - typical Dell laptop xvideo men keyboard feel. Only disappointment is the lack xvideo men of a numpad. xvideo men It xvideo men seems they omitted the xvideo men numpad in favor of bigger speakers.Trackpad: Nice - very xvideo men large, and responsive. xvideo men Very smooth to the touch xvideo men - feels like a xvideo men glass xvideo men trackpad to xvideo men me but I am not sure of xvideo men this.Build quality: Good - it is substantial and xvideo men noticeably xvideo men heavy, but my daily driver for personal use xvideo men is xvideo men a 13 Macbook Pro (but xvideo men I xvideo men have a company issued Dell Precision 5520 for work - yes, way overdue for a refresh xvideo men as it is several years xvideo men old now). So almost anything feels xvideo men heavy in comparison. xvideo men I also have a 17 Alienware xvideo men m17 r4, which is downright massive - xvideo men it is my home office xvideo men daily driver, xvideo men and it never leaves xvideo men my xvideo men desk due xvideo men to its bulk and terrible battery life).Connectivity/Ports: SD card xvideo men slot, and 4 Thunderbolt 4 xvideo men Ports (2 xvideo men on each side). There is xvideo men no xvideo men dedicated HDMI or Displayport connector, so xvideo men you will need a dongle to xvideo men connect to an external monitor unless it is a USB-C. This XPS did come with xvideo men a xvideo men dongle in xvideo men the box with a USB-A connector and HDMI.Networking: xvideo men It xvideo men has xvideo men a WiFI 6E card, but I dont xvideo men have WiFi xvideo men 6 networking equipment, xvideo men but the connection has been stable with my network setup.Battery life: I didnt xvideo men thoroughly test battery life on xvideo men it, xvideo men because it spends the xvideo men majority of its life xvideo men plugged in. xvideo men It defaulted to max brightness xvideo men when I xvideo men did my testing on it, and I find xvideo men the dropping xvideo men brightness down to 60-70% still gives acceptable visibility. xvideo men At this brightness xvideo men level it estimates battery duration of around 4 hours from full xvideo men charge (and with the Balanced xvideo men performance settings). If xvideo men I find major discrepancies in battery xvideo men life xvideo men as it xvideo men gets more xvideo men usage on battery, xvideo men I will update this xvideo men review accordingly.As a full package - this is xvideo men a solid content creation PC with its big beautiful xvideo men screen xvideo men and good technical specifications. xvideo men Average battery life and physical size may limit it to more of a desktop role, though.The final xvideo men ding against it is the price - at over $2500 xvideo men at xvideo men the time xvideo men I write this review, xvideo men and xvideo men this is the xvideo men biggest reason xvideo men for lowering xvideo men my rating down to 4 stars. xvideo men I think this machine has a good use case for specific purposes - xvideo men with content creation and photo xvideo men editing xvideo men being a xvideo men couple of the biggest ones. However I think for the average user, it might xvideo men be overkill and there may xvideo men be xvideo men better options out xvideo men there for that xvideo men kind of money. The xvideo men Mac user xvideo men in me would be eyeing a 16 Macbook Pro at that kind of price xvideo men point. If this xvideo men XPS was xvideo men about 20% cheaper, it would xvideo men be xvideo men a lot more appealing to xvideo men me (and xvideo men possibly to the xvideo men masses).This is xvideo men a bit of a preliminary review xvideo men until xvideo men I've had it longer and see how it holds up and the battery life. Mostly I'm going to compare it to a Inspirion laptop from Dell as well. What xvideo men I like about xvideo men this over xvideo men the other Well, the touchscreen! This is my first touchscreen laptop and I think it's pretty sweet instead of having to touch the pad and then more the curser with my xvideo men finger. It is limited though, as there's no xvideo men way to click and hold or xvideo men left click... at xvideo men least not xvideo men that xvideo men I know of. I also xvideo men like how you can plug xvideo men the power source in from either side instead of xvideo men being forced to have it on xvideo men the xvideo men right or left as you typically xvideo men are with laptops.What I don't like as much: First off, this is xvideo men hard to open. The bottom of it curves to xvideo men the front and the top and xvideo men bottom are flush together. Obviously, I don't want to pry it open with my nails, so I xvideo men have to take two xvideo men hands and tilt xvideo men it to xvideo men open it... not just lift the lid. Second, the camera doesn't have a slider, like the Inspirion xvideo men does, to xvideo men close it if xvideo men you xvideo men want to block the camera. While theoretically the camera xvideo men might be off when you aren't using it, I like the xvideo men reassurance that it isn't looking at me xvideo men by xvideo men having the slider. xvideo men Third, xvideo men to xvideo men go along with the first issue I brought up, the roundedness xvideo men of the xvideo men bottom doesn't prevent it from sliding xvideo men off some laptop stands. I'd be careful until you know how well it is xvideo men held by your stand. xvideo men Fourth, xvideo men this xvideo men is considerably heavier than the Inspirion I have. The charger xvideo men runs warmer as well. But so xvideo men far it is running quieter than the Inspirion.Overall, it seems like xvideo men a xvideo men nice laptop IF you don't need xvideo men to xvideo men open xvideo men it one handed AND you xvideo men are okay IF the xvideo men camera is always on. It looks good and feels comfortable.17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) xvideo men InfinityEdge Touch Anti-Reflecitve 500-Nit Display
      Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display, Intel Core i9-12900HK, 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6, Windows 11 Pro - Silver17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) InfinityEdge xvideo men Touch Anti-Reflecitve 500-Nit Display12th xvideo men Generation xvideo men Intel Core i9-12900HK xvideo men (24MB Cache, up to xvideo men 5.0 GHz, xvideo men 14 cores)32GB 4800MHz DDR5; xvideo men 1TB xvideo men M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State DriveIntel Killer Wi-Fi xvideo men 6 1675 (AX211) 2x2 xvideo men + Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless CardWindows 11 Pro, English

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      xvideo men Dell XPS 17 9720 Laptop 17.0-inch UHD+ (3840 x 2400) Touchscreen Display; Intel Core i9-12900HK; 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060; Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6; Windows 11 Pro - Silver It is recommended to match this

Buyer's experience:
      1: Have had many dells before, this one is definitely the best one, very solid build, metal case is just killing it, NO overheating when working, although during gaming too I dont even hear the fan noise, and 17 inch is awesome, perfect choice for developer.But has some problems too thats why 4 starts,1. When the lid is open the edges are toooo sharp and your Arms hurt sometimes , the corners should have been smoother for sure.2. Opening the screen is kinda hard, there is nothing to get attached to3. Speakers are terrible, they sound like from the Toilet, they are big so should have been a lot better especially at this price.But overall I am VERYYYYYYY happy with it.Also just fyi the SSD inside is very good one like Samsung 980 pro so don't buy another one for windows, just buy cheaper ones with more storage.
      2: This is a bit of a preliminary review until I've had it longer and see how it holds up and the battery life. Mostly I'm going to compare it to a Inspirion laptop from Dell as well. What I like about this over the other Well, the touchscreen! This is my first touchscreen laptop and I think it's pretty sweet instead of having to touch the pad and then more the curser with my finger. It is limited though, as there's no way to click and hold or left click... at least not that I know of. I also like how you can plug the power source in from either side instead of being forced to have it on the right or left as you typically are with laptops.What I don't like as much: First off, this is hard to open. The bottom of it curves to the front and the top and bottom are flush together. Obviously, I don't want to pry it open with my nails, so I have to take two hands and tilt it to open it... not just lift the lid. Second, the camera doesn't have a slider, like the Inspirion does, to close it if you want to block the camera. While theoretically the camera might be off when you aren't using it, I like the reassurance that it isn't looking at me by having the slider. Third, to go along with the first issue I brought up, the roundedness of the bottom doesn't prevent it from sliding off some laptop stands. I'd be careful until you know how well it is held by your stand. Fourth, this is considerably heavier than the Inspirion I have. The charger runs warmer as well. But so far it is running quieter than the Inspirion.Overall, it seems like a nice laptop IF you don't need to open it one handed AND you are okay IF the camera is always on. It looks good and feels comfortable.
      3: The Dell XPS 17 9720 laptop is light for its screen size. You could call it the anti-gaming laptop in the best way possible. Gaming laptops are almost universally thick, heavy, bulky, and gawdy. The Dell XPS 17 is thin, light, sleek, and professional.Im coming from an HP Spectre at just under 14 inches. I needed something very light but the screen was too small for me to use the laptop without having to bring my face right up to the screen. The Dell XPS is an appropriate replacement with most of the same features, such as a touchscreen and a fingerprint sensor. The specs and sleek aesthetic also make the Dell XPS a solid alternative.Mine came in a frighteningly roughed-up box with tears in places. I feared it wouldnt turn on once I took it out. Thankfully, its doing good so far.One of the things I absolutely love is that it comes with Windows 11 Professional. Its a major reason I picked the Dell XPS. Although, I wish I could downgrade to Windows 10 Pro. Still, its what I need for my job and beats Windows 11 Home by a landslide, especially if youre running a virtual machine.I occasionally run my own MMORPG server, so having a professional edition of windows is a must.My biggest complaint is that this laptop comes with an RTX 3050 graphics card. At this price point an RTX 3060 or even more so an RTX 3050 Ti would be more fitting. This is especially true because it would better match the solid performance tier of the Core i7-12700H CPU.
      4: When this laptop popped up, it seemed like a great option to replace/upgrade my wifes Dell Insprion 17 which has been having some issues lately (difficult to diagnose, but mostly internet/network issues).On paper, it looks like the specs are solid. Core i7-12700H CPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB NVME M.2 SSD, nVidia RTX 3050 Mobile, and a high-resolution 4K touch display.My wife has been using this XPS 17 for several weeks, and so far her only complaint was that it randomly went into a state where the mouse pointer disappeared and the trackpad wouldnt bring it back onscreen. A reboot fixed this issue. It has not exhibited any of the issues that she was having previously with her Inspiron.To put it through its paces, I created my own account on the laptop. When I first did this, after the initial setup I ran into another minor glitch where the mouse pointer was visible, but I could click anything (it could be moved around with the trackpad, though). This occurred while it was initially starting up after my first login to that new account on the machine. After about 30-60 seconds, the screen turned white for about 1 second and then came back to the desktop, at which point the trackpad was working normally.I ran a couple of benchmarks on the machine (from userbenchmark.com). On the first run, which was essentially the factory fresh configuration, it scored:Gaming - 35%Desktop - 107%Workstation - 38%I noticed that the log of the results stated that the nVidia GPU was skipped, so this was run with the integrated graphics card.I then ran it again after using the nVidia Control Panel to set the global graphics to use the nVidia card, and got the following results:Gaming - 66%Desktop - 107%Workstation - 71%The web page report for both of these runs states that Windows throttled the CPU to about 88%, and I changed the settings mentioned there to address this, with no success. Both results were set with the Performance Plan on Max Performance.This machine isnt intended as a gaming laptop, so I didnt do specific game tests, but it should run non-high-end games at decent framerates (something like CS:GO should be fine).Overall impressions:Screen: Gorgeous! Very bright and crisp.Keyboard: Decent - typical Dell laptop keyboard feel. Only disappointment is the lack of a numpad. It seems they omitted the numpad in favor of bigger speakers.Trackpad: Nice - very large, and responsive. Very smooth to the touch - feels like a glass trackpad to me but I am not sure of this.Build quality: Good - it is substantial and noticeably heavy, but my daily driver for personal use is a 13 Macbook Pro (but I have a company issued Dell Precision 5520 for work - yes, way overdue for a refresh as it is several years old now). So almost anything feels heavy in comparison. I also have a 17 Alienware m17 r4, which is downright massive - it is my home office daily driver, and it never leaves my desk due to its bulk and terrible battery life).Connectivity/Ports: SD card slot, and 4 Thunderbolt 4 Ports (2 on each side). There is no dedicated HDMI or Displayport connector, so you will need a dongle to connect to an external monitor unless it is a USB-C. This XPS did come with a dongle in the box with a USB-A connector and HDMI.Networking: It has a WiFI 6E card, but I dont have WiFi 6 networking equipment, but the connection has been stable with my network setup.Battery life: I didnt thoroughly test battery life on it, because it spends the majority of its life plugged in. It defaulted to max brightness when I did my testing on it, and I find the dropping brightness down to 60-70% still gives acceptable visibility. At this brightness level it estimates battery duration of around 4 hours from full charge (and with the Balanced performance settings). If I find major discrepancies in battery life as it gets more usage on battery, I will update this review accordingly.As a full package - this is a solid content creation PC with its big beautiful screen and good technical specifications. Average battery life and physical size may limit it to more of a desktop role, though.The final ding against it is the price - at over $2500 at the time I write this review, and this is the biggest reason for lowering my rating down to 4 stars. I think this machine has a good use case for specific purposes - with content creation and photo editing being a couple of the biggest ones. However I think for the average user, it might be overkill and there may be better options out there for that kind of money. The Mac user in me would be eyeing a 16 Macbook Pro at that kind of price point. If this XPS was about 20% cheaper, it would be a lot more appealing to me (and possibly to the masses).

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