And while you wouldn't want to buy an ultraportable with gaming in mind, Intel's 10th-gen Iris Plus integrated graphics can eke out some playable Overwatch in 720p with low settings. Just don't expect consistent frame rates. It's more suited to slower games like Minecraft and The Sims or visual novels.
Unfortunately, I didn't have a chance to try an external GPU on the XPS 13's two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, but that's certainly an option if you want to balance portability and gaming performance at home. And while I would have liked to see a full-size SD card reader, the microSD slot is better than nothing.
While Dell didn't exactly revolutionize anything with this year's XPS 13, it's still a huge leap forward from the 2019 model in many ways. The company's Infinity Edge "bezel-less" screen continues to get more impressive, and every upgrade -- like that extra wide keyboard -- feels genuinely meaningful. Once again, the XPS 13 is the ultraportable to beat.