Pitching the new Inspiron 13 7000 (7373 and 7375) 2-in-1 is an easy feat. Dell made this product with the same vigor that has made it the king company of anything super professional, powerful and portable, laptop-wise. Once the incredibly anticipated XPS 13 made its debut, it set a standard for all Dell products, and competing companies as well. Having said that, the new Inspiron model we’re talking about today (which has many popular hardware features inside other Dell products as well), include that twinkle that made us fall in love with the XPS line. The twinkle, as I may explain to you, means incredible CPU/GPU features. The Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 is a promise to bring all the attributes you expect in a great laptop, and on your terms.
These kinds of features, of course include- longer battery life, a flexible form-factor, quiet yet powerful performance, and many other crucially efficient areas of interest. The Inspiron 13 7000 portable machine has quite the pedestal, including Windows 10 Home/Home Pro (and introducing Dell Cinema, with CinemaSound and CinemaStream). Yes, it’s upscale, and basically up-to-date on everything (including the recently launched AMD Ryzen Mobile CPU processors, Radeon Vega Graphics, and FHD).
Hey, it’s also good looking, with a sleek 13.3-inch FHD LCD screen, brushed aluminum casing, and of course four modes for various viewing angles (tent, laptop, tablet, and stand modes). Dell is currently selling two versions of the device, and specs for the 3.2-pounder, Inspiron 13 7373 model features 8th Gen Intel Core CPUs, either the i5-8250U (up to 3.40 Turbo), or the i7-8550U processor (up to 4.0GHz Turbo), Intel’s UHD Graphics 620, a 38WHr 3-cell battery, and include 16GB of RAM, and a 256GB to 512GB SSD. The step under, the 3.86-pound Inspiron 13 7375, offers AMD-powered configurations- utilizing the AMD Ryzen 5 2500U (up to 3.6GHz Turbo), Radeon Vega8 graphics, a 42WHr battery, with 8GB of RAM, and also up to a 256GB SSD. That’s not a bad “step under”. Features shared among the two, include an infrared camera, Bluetooth 4.1, Dual Band 2.4/2.5, up to a 42WHr 3-cell battery, as well as the same ports and connectivity. The thin physique of these laptops are just enough under “too thin”, meaning enough room to fit the all useful help- a USB Type-C (3.1 Gen 1), USB 3.1 Gen 1 (standard), HDMI 2.0, SD card reader, and of course, a headphone/mic jack.
Besides the powerful performance hidden in this small form-factor, the Inspiron 13 7000 mimics the XPS 13’s design. It’s a similar multi-functional laptop, allowing the lovely feature of having 360 degrees of freedom, and performing incredibly efficiently. The Inspiron may face a couple unfortunate circumstances, like running into trouble when the keys may feel more like a mushy glide, than satisfying and fleeting clicks. Despite, this is an obvious winner, where benchmark tests are beyond good, but show efficiency- by holding up multiple tabs with full performance, and do even more so on the higher spec’d models. Expect to get well-acquainted with this ‘‘standing clap’ level of PC in front of you. So it goes. Dell has completed yet another enlightened product, built with familiar and sharp professional standards: a battery that lasts close to 7 hours on full blast, guaranteed survival during short-term high heat conditions (ahem, hello Texas!), and thanks to high benchmarks, even a comfortable-to-quite strong fps opportunity during gaming. The Inspiron 13 7373 model starts at $849 and up, while the 7375 starts at $729 and up.