Summary: The Inspiron 11 3000 is one of the most efficient and affordable hybrids on the market. The sturdy silver design, which flips easily into tablet, stand or tent mode is the most likable part about this device. This hybrid device offers a great battery life and quite punchy speakers, leaving all its competitors behind. The Inspiron 11 3000 is budget-friendly 2-in-1 for you as long as you have modest performance needs to be filled.
Summary: Convertible notebooks are all the rage these days, providing users with multiple forms of portability, which is very nifty, especially when you want to use the same device for both work and play. The only downside is, more often than not, these devices cost quite a bit of money. Dell however appears to have a solution that allows users to have one of these convertibles at a price that does not break the wallet, with the Dell Inspiron 11 3000.
Pros: Good performance, Superb display quality, Excellent battery life
Cons: Takes time to boot up software, Bottom can get pretty hot
Conclusion: The Inspiron 11 3000 is a prime example—it's an attractive, affordable compact with a responsive touch screen for tablet and standup operations, enough horsepower for everyday productivity apps, and more than adequate battery life for most travelers. Unfortunately, the falling prices and rising competition we've talked about make our unit's troublesome keyboard and touch pad doubly disappointing, and make the Lenovo Yoga 2 11 and HP Pavilion x360 look better by...
Pros: Very sturdy, especially for a hybrid, Long battery life, Low price
Cons: Acutely aggravating keyboard and touch pad, Tepid performance, Screen very glare-prone
Summary: With the Inspiron 11 3000, Dell delivers an everyday ultraportable hybrid with an excellent battery life at a good price.
Pros: The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 gives you the flexibility of a laptop and tablet in one ultraportable package at an affordable price. It has a long battery life, it looks good, and feels like it's solidly built. Plus, you can easily open it and upgrade storage and memory.
Cons: The lower-end components limit performance. There are few configuration options, so if you want more than 4GB of memory or an SSD, you're on your own. The bottom can get uncomfortably hot.
Summary: While tablets get all the attention these days, there is a reason why laptops continue to be the computing device of choice for most people. Laptops offer real keyboards for faster typing, they’re better at multitasking. When you add light-weight and good battery back-up to that, laptop is a clear winner. The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 series offers all that.
Turn this little Dell from a laptop into a tablet, but don't expect fast performance from its Celeron CPU
Good Gear Guide.au
18 August 2014
Summary: Dell's 2-in-1 is an inexpensive proposition if you're after a dual-purpose device. It's easy to use it as a tablet, just by tilting the screen all the way back around the unit, and it does the job well enough as a laptop. Just don't expect a lot of speed out it since it's based on an Intel Celeron CPU.
Excerpt: Dell announced a couple of new laptops at Computex 2014 and Pocket-lint managed to track down the Inspiron 11-inch and get a play with it. The Inspiron 11 3000 is a 2-in-1 hinged device - much like the Lenovo Yoga. The device can operate as a laptop, a tablet, and somewhere inbetween in the tent mode and stand modes. It was easy enough to switch between the three form factors and the hinge mechanism was fluid and seemed solidly built.