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Head-To-Head: Lenovo Yoga 920 Vs. Dell XPS 13

The CRN Test Center compares Lenovo's flagship Yoga convertible to the newly refreshed version of Dell's popular laptop.

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For starters, there's a difference in display size for the two laptops in our comparison. The Yoga 920 has the larger display at 13.9 inches, while the XPS 13 comes in at 13.3 inches.

Another major difference is that the Yoga 920 is a 2-in-1 convertible, sporting Lenovo's signature metallic hinge for using the notebook as a tablet or as a stand. Thus by default, the Yoga 920's display is a touch screen. Dell's new XPS 13 is not a convertible, but it does feature a touch-screen option, with FHD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution. The XPS 13 also has an FHD non-touch model, along with a high-end model featuring a 4K/UHD (3,840 x 2,160) touch display. The Yoga 920 offers identical options to the XPS 13 in terms of resolution for its touch display -- FHD or 4K/UHD. Which means that ultimately, the two laptops are pretty much comparable on display quality -- though not on size or convertibility.

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