The concept of using a laptop as a tablet has been around for ages now, but I have never really been sold on this idea especially since no matter how slim you make 2 in 1 still ends up being unwieldy compared to an actual tablet.
DELL Inspiron 14 2 in 1 Design
The brand-new dell Inspiron feels all grown up and gives a strong vibe of the company premium business focused latitude series. It is only obtainable in this platinum silver color which looks very professional. The fit and finish of all the panels is great and the quality of materials used feels very surcharge. This device is also quite slim even closed and isn’t too heavy at around 1.5kg.
For a slim 14-inch laptop the dell Inspiron 14 2 in 1 inch offers a good selection of physical ports. There is a full sized HDMI port and two USB ports along with a USB type-c port a micro SD card reader and a headphone jack. The laptop can be charged by the supplied power adapter or by the type-c port.
The keyboard on the Dell Inspiron 14 2 in 1 is one of its best attributes. The keys are quiet have good travel and are very comfortable even for furious typists. The function keys have shortcuts for volume, brightness etc and a fingerprint sensor is integrated into the power button. The latter can be used to unlock the laptop even in tablet mode. The track pad is pretty spacious but I felt the responsiveness was a bit lacking.
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DELL offers a variety of configurations for the Inspiron 14. My review unit had an 11th Gen Intel core i5 1135G7 CPU integrated Intel IRIS XE graphics 8GB of RAM and A 512GB PCLE SSD. The prices vary through variant’s, the starting price of Inspiron 14 is $649 and top line is available at $999.