Originally Posted by WirelessWatson
What things have changed? And how would we know yet, seeing as no one has recieved theirs yet?
When you look at Dell Stock Photos of their products (which every news site uses - especially at launch), they are usually of models that have not yet been released to manufacturing and may show subtle differences to the finished shipping product.
On the 9200/9300/XPS2 in the Dell Photos you can see that the 'grills' on either side of the keyboard extend to the top portion of the bezel above the keyboard - this is not the case in the actual shipping versions.
There are also no 'scrolling' lines on the touchpad in these photos (which I hate since they serve zero purpose and ruin the clean lines of the machine), but they appear on all the shipping models.
The most noticeable difference is on the XPS2 where the bottom hinges of the LCD are silver to match the bezel above the keyboard, but on the shipping version, those hinges are now black to match the LCD (which of course now looks much better).
There are a few pictures of the 'shipping' XPS2 posted here in various threads to see the differences. They are minor, but the reason I bring them up is so people know which photos are just stock Dell photos, and which were taken by the reviewer, etc.