Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Special Edition review
21 August 2015
Summary: The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 is a solid choice if you’re looking for a speedy notebook that’s reasonably light-weight, and which can also occasionally be used in tent or tablet mode.
Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Special Edition (7352)
20 July 2015
Conclusion: The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Special Edition (7352) has premium features, like a fifth-generation Core i7 processor, sharp In-Plane Switching (IPS) screen, and an aluminum palm rest, which help the system stand out in an increasingly crowded field of convertible-hybrid laptops.
Pros: Sharp detail from IPS screen. Speedy Core i7 processor and solid-state drive (SSD). Minimal bloatware.
Cons: A little bulky as a tablet. USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports are the same color.
Summary: While reviewing Dell's Inspiron 13 7000 SE, we continually had the perception that we were working with a powerful, premium not a 2-in-1 convertible. The keyboard is robust, the trackpad responsive, its display is crisp and bright, though there was some fan noise to remind us of the power beneath...
Pros: Flexible use modes, Gorgeous, sleek design, Very powerful for a 2-in-1, Top-notch keyboard and trackpad
Cons: Battery life, Some excess heat and fan noise, A bit pricey with an SSD
Conclusion: The cooling fan could be quieter, but to be fair, it rarely came on unless we were running benchmarks. We also wish the Inspiron were a bit lighter and thinner as it's quite a handful in tablet mode. As we said, however, tablet mode should be seen as a bonus for occasional use on this machine.
Pros: Gorgeous and responsive touch screen, Solid build quality, Good performance and speakers
Cons: Lid hard to open, Too heavy for tablet use, Battery life not as long as competitors
Conclusion: Dell’s XPS 13 offers an easy benchmark, since it’s made by the same company. That system, which starts at $799, can be similarly equipped for $999 – the same price as our Inspiron review unit. There’s no doubt the XPS is the better notebook.
Excerpt: We’re seeing more and more laptops that want to run dual duty as note-taking tablets or as entertainment machines. They’re rarely as good as the current standout Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro , but occasionally there’s a special standout that gets the job done admirably without trying to reinvent the wheel.
Pros: Durable body, hidden stylus., Verstatile 360-degree hinge design., Excellent finish and screen quality.
Cons: Thick chassis, squarish corners., Trackpad needs some work to shine., Middling CPU and graphics performance.
Summary: Dell’s latest 15 inch notebook is a solid office machine that looks strikingly like just about every other current laptop. The Dell Inspiron 7000’s design reminds me of something. Unfortunately, that something is “every other laptop that wants to look like a Macbook Pro”.
Лучшие ультрабуки для учебы 2015 года – линейка Dell Inspiron 13 7000
16 October 2015
Excerpt: Ультрабук для студента должен быть в первую очередь удобным – чтобы им было комфортно пользоваться в течение долгих пар. «Первую скрипку» в юзабилити ноутбука играет, конечно же, клавиатура – лекции могут быть очень длинными, и постоянно нужно что-то печатать. Однако качество дисплея тоже важно.