Dell Inspiron 13 7000 (7373) Late 2017 Review

Lisa Gade reviews the late 2017 edition of the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 series. That’s Dell’s high end Inspiron model, and the 73737 is the latest edition with Intel 8th generation quad core 15 watt CPUs for significantly higher performance. This is a 13.3” Windows 10 convertible 2-in-1 with 360 degree hinges, a full HD IPS touch screen and active digital pen support (not included in the box, this time it’s N-Trig technology like the Microsoft Surface Pro and HP Spectre x360). Dell also offers the Inspiron 7000 and 15 and 17 inch sizes.

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The laptop is available with Intel Core i5-8250U and Core i7-8550U quad core CPUs, up to 16GB DDR4 RAM and there are a variety of SSD capacities. It has a backlit keyboard and Microsoft Precision trackpad. Pricing starts around $879.

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  1. cring0101

    Nowadays, electronics gadget trend to be more and more environmental and user unfriendly. Un-swappable battery, on-board soldered ram and WiFi Bluetooth card. There is no room for user to upgrade their product, and also, un-repairable. People have to throw it away to a rubbish bin, buy a new one again and again from time to time.

  2. AMA Queen

    Hi guys please do not buy this product, It is fake. I purchased this laptop last month and it started malfunctioning until it finally stopped working. Dell products are not reliable at all, if you value your money , DO NOT purchase this laptop. I sent Dell an email attaching the laptop condition and how it was behaving before it finally stopped working, up till this moment they never replied my mail and I could remember when they haven't debited their money and I haven't received my order, they were disturbing me with calls and emails. Do not buy please go for a better products I had a bad experience with Dell

  3. Anand Shankar

    Thank you very much for the reciview and thanks a lot for clarifying that m2 pcie difference between XPS and the Inspiron!!! I’m looking for a windows laptop shiva lent of a MacBook Pro. Any suggestions ?

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