It is the 14 inch Dell Inspiron laptop that has an increasingly popular size and it offers a larger display than 13 inch laptops but a much smaller chassis than 15 inch machines. It gains popularity among convertible 2 in1 again offering more screen real estate for things like digital inking, while being far less cumbersome than 15 inch 2 in 1.
The Inspiron 14 2 in 1 with the AMD Ryzen 5700 CPU and the 16:9 full HD display. The price starts from $1000 price tag. It comes with the 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB solid state drive sweeten things a bit and it has a lot to live up to. It performed well and having impressive battery life and its display holds it back and making its price a challenging hurdle. But the weak points are that display is inferior, too expensive given the display and disappointing audio.
It is constructed of mix of aluminum in the lid and the plastic in the chassis and it manages its materials to give mostly robust feel in hand. The keyboard deck and bottom chassis are solid and it is build enough for the price and considerably better than the ASUS vivo Book Flip 14.
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The Dell Inspiron 14 laptop hinge was stiff that requiring two hands to open but it held the display firmly in its four positions the clam shell, tent, media and tablet. Display bezels are not small but not as huge and don’t detract too much from modern appearance. Display top and bottom and chassis front and rear edges are rounded but angles are simple.
It has the AMD Ryzen 5000 series of CPU continues to dominate against the, Intel 11th generation Core U series processors. It equips either the 6 core 12 thread Ryzen 7 5700 U. It performed well in our suite of bench marks coming in just behind the Ryzen 7 5800 U, ahead of the Ryzen 5 5500 U. This laptop performs well and nothing to complain about in terms of performance. Gaming is not the 2 in 1 strength, users can play some games on Inspiron 14 2 in 1 just be ready to turn graphics way down.
It is build enough that users should expect years of productive service. The same goes with components that are modern to keep windows 10 running for quite some time, one year warranty is disappointing as usual but the industry standard.