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Dell Inspiron 7000 2 in 1 REVIEW With 8th Gen Quad Core Kaby Lake R CPU



Dell Inspiron 7000 2 in 1 REVIEW Blurring the lines between Premium and Mainstream laptops. Real striking.13-inch 2-in-1 with expansive views on a thin-bezel screen, optimal streaming with SmartByte technology and the immersive sound of Waves MaxxAudio Pro.

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23 thoughts on “Dell Inspiron 7000 2 in 1 REVIEW With 8th Gen Quad Core Kaby Lake R CPU

  1. Just bought one of these and love the laptop, apart from an active pen glitch I've just discovered… drawing a vertical line in any of the drawing or note taking apps (AD Sketchbook, or Paint 3D, Sticky Notes etc) down the center of the screen has the cursor jumping around horizontally, which means you can't get a straight line. Move a little to the right or left and it's fine… it's just right down the middle of the screen. If you own one, please let me know if you have the same problem. Mine is a 7373 and I'm using a Bamboo Ink pen.

  2. Good review, I ordered the non flip version version last week and I'm in the process of returning it as the battery life is appalling, only got 3 hours from full charge. Youtube seemed to destroy battery life, going from 80% to 0% in 1 hour 30. So disappointing because it's a really nice laptop, Windows Hello with IR Camera was really handy. Now looking at Zenbook Ux430UN, though they are hard to find in NZ at the moment..

  3. Bro could you please suggest which one to choose? I am planning to buy a laptop that has great battery life, also with good performance that doesn't back me down. I dont want a dedicated graphics card, I mainly want to use Tally, Ms office, small amounts of video and photo editing, web browsing and other small stuff that may comeup. I don't plan to do any serious gaming or any software developments or stuffs.
    I am confused between Dell XPS 13 9360 (8th gen i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Non-touch full HD)
    and Inspiron 7373 (8th gen i7, 16 GB RAM, 512GB ssd)
    What should I do….. I really like the specs of 7373 at that price point but really want the battery backup of the xps 13.
    How much perofrmance difference does these specific models have with the above mentioned configuration. I know the xps 13 have about 60% more battery life. But just want to know how much difference in performance does the extra 8GB (ddr4) RAM and i7 make.

  4. How is dell Inspiron 5570 that comes with i5 8250u 1tb HDD 8gb ram 2gb AMD Radeon 530 ddr5 graphics..
    I read in reviews that there is very loud fan noise.. maybe it is because of more cores?

  5. I have been using a similar laptop, the Dell Inspiron 7570. Also powered by an 8th Gen Core i7 u-series Kaby Lake microprocessor, it benefits from NVIDIA GeForce 940MX discrete graphics driving the 15" 4K touch enabled IPS display (and of course it has regular Intel on-chip HD graphics). Completing the specs are 16GB memory and 512GB SSD storage. While my unit is not a 2-in-1, the lid holding the display does fold down completely flat, making it into a convenient surface area for writing with a matching Dell pen (not included).

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