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Tech Specs

  • Processor

    11th Generation Intel® Core™ iG7 Processor (8MB Cache, up to GHz)

  • Operating System

    (All Windows 10 PCs are eligible for a Windows 11 upgrade)

    Windows 10 Home English

  • Graphics Card *

    Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics with shared graphics memory

  • Display

    inch FHD ( x ) Truelife Touch Narrow Border WVA Display with Active Pen support

  • Memory *

    8GB, onboard, LPDDR4x, MHz

  • Hard Drive

    GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive

  • Case & Color

    Platinum Silver

  • Microsoft Office

    No Microsoft Office License Included 30 day Trial Offer Only

  • Security Software

    McAfee LiveSafe 12 Month Subscription

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  • Accidental Damage Service

    None

  • Keyboard

    Silver Backlit Keyboard, English

  • Ports

    1 USB Gen 1 port
    1 Thunderbolt™ 4 (Type-C™) port with PowerShare and DisplayPort™
    1 headset (headphone and microphone combo) port
    1 HDMI port

  • Slots

    1 microSD-card slot

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  • Camera

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    p, HD camera
    Dual-array microphones

    Element Black:
    Infrared IR camera
    Dual-array microphones

  • Audio and Speakers

    Stereo speakers professionally tuned with Waves MaxxAudio® Pro, 2 W x 2 = 4 W total
    1 headset (headphone and microphone combo) port
    1 HDMI™ port

  • Chassis

    Exterior Chassis Materials:
    Aluminum

    Fingerprint Reader integrated into power key
    Precision Touchpad

  • Wireless

    Intel® Wi-Fi 6 2x2 (Gig+) and Bluetooth

  • Primary Battery

    4-Cell Battery, 53WHr (Integrated)

  • Regulatory Compliance

    ENERGY STAR®
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Tech Specs

  • Processor

    11th Generation Intel® Core™ iH Processor (12MB Cache, up to GHz)

  • Operating System

    (All Windows 10 PCs are eligible for a Windows 11 upgrade)

    Windows 11 Home, English

  • Graphics Card *

    Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics with shared graphics memory

  • Display

    inch FHD+ ( x ) Anti-Glare Non-Touch Narrow Border nits WVA Display

  • Memory *

    16GB, onboard, LPDDR4x, MHz

  • Hard Drive

    GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive

  • Case & Color

    Platinum Silver

  • Microsoft Office

    No Microsoft Office License Included 30 day Trial Offer Only

  • Security Software

    McAfee LiveSafe 12 Month Subscription

  • Protect your purchase - View Support offers below *

    Monthly Subscription Premium Support

  • Accidental Damage Service

    None

  • Keyboard

    Titan Grey Backlit Keyboard, English US

  • Ports

    1 USB Gen 1 port
    1 Thunderbolt 4 (Type-C) port with Power Delivery
    1 Thunderbolt 4 (Type-C) port with Power Delivery, Primary-Power Port (Type-C PECOS)
    1 headset (headphone and microphone combo) port
    1 HDMI b port

  • Dimensions & Weight

    Height: ” – ” ( – mm)
    Width: ” ( mm)
    Depth: ” ( mm)
    Starting Weight: lb kg)*

  • Camera

    p at 30 fps, HD RGB camera, dual-array microphones

  • Audio and Speakers

    Stereo speakers with Waves MaxxAudio® Pro, W x 2 = 5 W total
    digital-audio out using HDMI-out connection
    mm headset (headphone and microphone combo) port

  • Chassis

    Aluminium

  • Wireless

    Intel® Wi-Fi 6 2x2 (Gig+) and Bluetooth

  • Primary Battery

    4-Cell Battery, 54WHr (Integrated)

  • Regulatory Compliance

    ENERGY STAR® qualified configurations available
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Dell Inspiron 13 review: Premium and practical all in one

Dell Inspiron 13 review: Premium and practical all in one
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Dell's Inspiron line doesn't make as many headlines as the XPS line does, but that could change quickly. Over the past year or so, Dell has taken premium features that come standard in XPS machines and translated them for the Inspiron line. The company knows it can't rely on the XPS family alone to draw in customers that care about how their laptops look and feel—it needs more machines that feel as versatile as those XPSes.

The improved Inspiron line will offer a lot to these users: aluminum designs, 8th-gen Intel processors, 4K touchscreen support, optional Optane memory, inking abilities, and more. The new Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition comes as close as the line gets to an XPS, but it has a convenient twist. In addition to all of the features previously listed, the new design includes a top-mounted webcam along with a magnetic pen garage built into the hinge. While it can get expensive even for an Inspiron, it has a lot of things that are omitted in the XPS family—things some users will definitely want in their primary laptops.

Look and feel

Specs at a glance: Dell Inspiron 13 Black Edition (as reviewed)
Screeninch 4K ( x ) IPS touchscreen
OSWindows 10
CPUIntel Core iU
RAM16GB LPDDR3
HDDGB PCIe SSD (32GB
Optane memory H10)
GPUIntel UHD Graphics
Networkingac 2x2 WiFi, Bluetooth
Ports1 x USB-C Gen 1, 1 x USB-A, 1 x HDMI port, 1 x microSD card, 1 x headphone/mic jack, 1 x power port
Size×× inches
Weight pounds
Battery52Whr 4C
Starting price$1,
Price as reviewed$1,
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Dell Inspiron 13 Black Edition

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The Inspiron line contains the , , and families, and the latter is the most luxurious of them all. The new inch Black Edition looks and feels just premium enough to justify its higher price tag, which starts above $1, If the XPS 13lost its metallic accents and swelled up just a bit, as if it was stung by a bee, you'd have the Inspiron 13 Black Edition. Measuring x x inches and weighing pounds, it feels more substantial in your hands but it's not heavy by any means.

It's also noticeably larger when placed side-by-side to the XPS 13, and it's thicker where the lid meets the chassis thanks to the new pen garage. In addition to being home to an active pen, the extra thickness at the back edge allowed Dell to include one full-sized HDMI port and a USB-A port (both of which the XPS lacks), in addition to one USB-C port, one microSD card slot, one headphone jack, and one power port on the machine's side edges.

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Gone are the days when laptops were made chunky enough to fit a slew of connectivity options (the major exception being gaming laptops)—companies are trying to include as many ports as possible in these more affordable laptop families without adding extra heft. The Inspiron 13 Black Edition may be about inches thicker than the XPS 13 and nearly one pound heavier, but those are small sacrifices to make when you're getting a machine that's arguably just as elegant—just in a different way.

I'm not the type of person who cares what other people think about my tech, but it is a factor for some people. That's why Dell, and most other PC OEMs, make premium lines that basically all put their own spin on a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro design. If you want those metallic finishes and fiber-glass palm rests, you're going to go for the XPS regardless of its limitations. But the Black Edition is almost as sleek and certainly as professional looking as the XPS 13, making it a machine that you won't mind working with in public.

While the regular Inspiron 13 2-in-1s have FHD and 4K display options, the Black Edition only comes with a 4K touchscreen. That's most likely because it's a special version of the Inspiron 13 2-in-1 (which starts at $), and it also comes standard with an active pen—a tool geared towards artists and others who place more value on a higher-quality display. The bezels surrounding the inch screen aren't as thin as those on the XPS, but they don't take away from the stellar viewing experience that the screen has. The additional space on the top bezel allowed Dell to include an HD webcam.

Keyboard, trackpad, and active pen

The keyboard layout is also similar to that of the XPS 13, but Dell moved the fingerprint reader and power button combo right above the Backspace key. Unlike the embedded circular button on the XPS 13, the Black Edition's power button has a dedicated keycap that you press to turn the device on and off, and that lets you log in with your fingerprint. There isn't a one-press power and sign on option, but otherwise the fingerprint reader works as designed. As a result of moving the power button to the left a bit, the top row of function keys are all slightly smaller and more square-shaped than those on the XPS

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The Precision trackpad looks and feels nearly identical to that on the XPS It's still a little small for my liking (I'm used to an expansive trackpad like that on the MacBook Pro), but it works as you'd expect it to.

There are plenty of reasons to love 2-in-1s, but those that love them for their versatility as digital notebooks will appreciate the Black Edition. Dell includes an active pen with every Inspiron 13 Black Edition as it lives in a pen-shaped garage in the machine's hinge. Not only does it magnetically stick to that garage, but it will stay in place regardless of which position the 2-in-1 is in.

This is one of the more elegant solutions to the active pen problem I've seen on a laptop. Some devices, like Acer's Spin 3, have tiny scribblers that hide inside their chassis, and others simply have magnetic edges that the pen is supposed to stick to. I prefer the former solution to the latter, but those pens tend to be smaller and less adept as actual writing tools. Dell's active pen, powered by a AAAA battery, mimics a real pen in its size, has two side buttons, and has a concave top portion (where the eraser would be) that makes it easier to remove from its garage.

It also helps that it's a smooth writing and drawing tool. I saw very little latency when taking notes and sketching on the Black Edition's screen. It's one of the better active pens I've used, not only because of its low latency, but because it feels so similar to a real pen, pencil, or marker. I would have loved for it to have a rechargeable battery, like the active pens that are optional with the newest HP convertibles, but the AAAA solution is still standard.

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Dell Inspiron 13 7000 (7306) 2-in-1 Review (i7-1165G7, Intel Iris Xe, 13.3\

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Dell’s Inspiron line of laptops may not be its most premium family, but that hasn’t kept some of the best features and performance hardware from showing up here. 

The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition (or Dell Inspiron ) is a testament to that, with exclusively high-end internals, a premium design, a 4K display, and a clever stylus slot that makes us wonder whether they actually beat Microsoft to the idea.

 Price and availability 

Spec Sheet

Here is the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 configuration sent to TechRadar for review: 

CPU: GHz Intel Core iU (quad-core, 8MB cache, up to GHz)
Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics
RAM: 16GB LPDDR3 (2,MHz; onboard)
Screen: inch, 4K (3, x 2,, aspect ratio, IPS, 60Hz, multi-touch)
Storage: GB SSD (GB available) + Intel Optane memory
Ports: 1 x USB-A Gen 1, 1 x USB-C Gen 1, headset jack, microSD card reader, HDMI
Connectivity: Intel ac (2x2) Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Camera: HD (p, MP) webcam
Weight: pounds (kg)
Size: x x inches ( x x ; W x D x H)

The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 serves as a launching point for Dell’s latest Inspiron 13 series laptops. That’s because Dell was quick to move on from this model. It was effectively the ultimate version of the Inspiron 13 series just before Dell took the leap into 10th-Gen Intel Core processors.

As a result, Dell has already ended sales of this model, but much of what Dell has put into this Black Edition model shows up in the newest Inspiron 13 2-in-1 (), with the closest configuration costing $1, (about £, AU$1,). That new model offers an 10th-Gen Intel Core iU processor (a decent upgrade), the same 16GB of RAM, an equivalent GB SSD with 32GB of Intel Optane Memory, and 4K touch screen with Dell Active Pen support, and an upgraded Wi-Fi 6 connection. The design remains nearly unchanged, but Dell has upgraded the USB-C port to Thunderbolt 3.

The pricing runs the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 against a lot of devices in the ultrabook category. The HP Envy 13t starts at $ (£, AU$1,) but is often available with considerable discounts, though the price would go up to offer similar specs to the Inspiron we’ve listed. Meanwhile an HP Envy x 15 with comparable specs (but a Full HD display) starts at just $1, (about £, AU$1,).

The price even runs the Inspiron up against Dell’s XPS lineup. The Dell XPS 13 we reviewed had near equal internals to the Inspiron model we have on hand, but cost a staggering $2, (about £1,, AU$3,) at the time. And, while Dell has also updated the XPS line to include 10th-Gen Intel Core processors, the prices have remained relatively stable. 

Design and display 

The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 certainly qualifies as a thin-and-light ultrabook, but it’s not the thinnest, lightest, or most ultra. The 2-in-1 form factor often comes with a tradeoff in weight and thickness, and that shows up here. The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition measures inches (mm) at its thickest point and weighs pounds (kg). That’s well above the pound XPS 13 and pound HP Envy 13t.

That said, the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition is plenty easy to carry around. It fits well into the laptop slot in our backpack, and does little to weigh us down. We’ve definitely borne heavier laptops.

One thing likely contributing a bit to the weight is the metal chassis. While some laptops opt for a lighter magnesium, Dell has gone with stamped aluminum. It feels sturdy to the touch, with minimal flex when we apply pressure. That aluminum covers the bottom, display cover, keyboard deck and outside of the hinge, but the inside of the hinge is plastic.

There’s a good excuse for the inside of the hinge being plastic: that’s where the Dell Active Pen lives. It has a handy slot carved out for it, and is held firmly in place by magnets. The magnets are strong enough that we’re able to roll the pen across the keyboard and have the magnets pull it right into the slot. It’s a clever solution that makes losing the pen difficult while also making it easy to access the pen in any position.

That’s important because the laptop can be in several positions. It can fold open into a tablet, sit upright like a typical laptop, or flip over into a tent position. In all of those orientations, the pen is readily available.

This design positions the barrel charging port on the left side along with an HDMI and USB-C port, making the ports nice and balanced. The right side houses a USB-A port, mm headphone jack (something we firmly believe belongs on the left side of laptops but is more excusable in a 2-in-1 where the left and ride side can flip), and a microSD card slot.

Dell has positioned large speaker grilles on the underside of the chassis, near the front, but they may not have very big speakers inside. The audio is wimpy, with the low-end almost absent, and higher volumes leading to an irritating buzzing.

The display helps make up for the speakers somewhat. It’s impressively clear at 4K, though it could stand to be brighter. The maximum brightness is strong enough for a lot of situations, but the glossy display sets it up to fail against sunlight. The bezels on the sides and top are fairly thin, though the top bezel makes a bit more room for the p webcam. The lower bezel is easily an inch wide. It’s not bad, but it’s not winning any screen-to-body ratio competitions.

Playing a Blu-ray copy of Guardians of the Galaxy, the visuals look excellent on this display. It holds up for video consumption. We do notice a quirk when running into high-contrast situations. In our usual work setup, we have two windows open side by side, often articles (i.e., a lot of text and white space). When one of those windows has a dark image, we notice all of the whole display dim slightly. We can see this at max brightness and lower brightnesses as well. 

The input devices on the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition are a strong side of the experience. The trackpad is smooth and responsive, and has plenty of space for navigation and even four-finger gestures. As for the keyboard, the keys could benefit from some contour, but otherwise feel good and poppy to type on. Dell avoids any buffoonery around the arrow keys, keeping a full-size Shift key and positioning narrow arrow keys below it. The only nuisance from the keyboard is the fingerprint scanner/power button. It’s in the top right corner of the keyboard, inconveniently pushing the Delete key out of the way. 

Thanks to some pressure sensitivity, the pen is capable of a lot, and the only downside we notice is that when pressing very lightly against the display, it can fail to register, as can very quick movements across the screen (though this varied by which app we drew on).

Performance 

Benchmarks

Here's how the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 performed in our suite of benchmark tests:

3DMark: Sky Diver: 4,; Fire Strike: 1,; Time Spy:
CinebenchR20 CPU: 1,
GeekBench: 5, (single-core); 16, (multi-core)
CrystalDiskMark: Sequential Read: 2,/s; Sequential Write: MB/s; 4KiB Q32T1 Random Read: MB/s; 4KiB Q32T1 Random Write: MB/s
PCMark 8 (Home Test): 3, points
PCMark 8 Battery Life: 4 hours and 31 minutes
Battery Life (techradar movie test): 5 hours and 42 minutes 

The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition isn’t a performance monster with the Intel Core iU processor and integrated graphics on offer, but it’s perfectly sufficient for the type of work it’s expected to handle. The processor zips through simple tasks, booting, and program launches quickly. 

In our Benchmarks, we see the processor running neck and neck with the same chip in more expensive laptops like the Dell XPS 13 and cheaper HP Envy 13t, and considering the 16GB of RAM, this is a multi-tasker worth looking at. We don’t run into any issues working on projects with dozens of tabs open in Chrome, the occasional YouTube video, and Slack in the background all at the same time. 

Through all of our work with the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition, we haven’t noticed it get very warm either. The fans kick up to a modest level when it’s under load, but they’re not obnoxiously loud. 

Graphics are one shortcoming for the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition. The use of integrated graphics limits its potential for any graphical workloads. Compared to our HP Envy 13t running the same CPU but paired with an Nvidia MX 2GB graphics processor, the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition simply gets smoked in graphics related benchmarks like our suite of 3DMark tests. It does manage to perform mostly in line with the similarly configured Dell XPS 13, showing how narrow the line between products can get

Battery life 

While normally the use of integrated graphics might seem like a smart consideration for battery life, our benchmarks showed a different story here. The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition earned a respectable PCMark 8 Battery Life score of 5 hours and 32 minutes, exceeding the Dell XPS 13’s and nearly tying the HP Envy 13t’s scores.

That’s good news for workers, as that test simulates working and browsing. In our experience using the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition for work, it holds up well for most of a day when keeping the power settings lower and leaving the display at 50% brightness. A full 8-hour work day would be a bit of a stretch, but could likely be managed with further reduced brightness and battery-saver mode.

When the battery is low, the laptop supports fast charging to top it back up quickly. We managed to get the battery from empty up to 86% in a little over 90 minutes while working with the screen brightness at max and the power mode set to best performance..

Media lovers have a little less to love about the computer. In our video test, which loops a p video with the display at 50% brightness until the battery dies, we only got 5 hours and 42 minutes of playback – likely thanks to the 4K display. The Dell XPS 13 with a 4K display does manage a bit longer at 8 hours and 12 minutes, but the HP Envy 13t with its Full HD display doubles the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition’s playback time, showing that the MX graphics don’t have much of a downside.

Final verdict 

The Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 Black Edition is a versatile machine that will make a reliable partner for workers of all types. The ability to multitask, take notes with the stylus, and enjoy sharp content on the display add up to a strong experience. A Full HD display option would likely improve the offering, but the introduction of new 10th-Gen Intel Core processors to the Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 line might improve the battery shortcomings while offering more configurations. 

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Over the last several years, Mark has been tasked as a writer, an editor, and a manager, interacting with published content from all angles. He is intimately familiar with the editorial process from the inception of an article idea, through the iterative process, past publishing, and down the road into performance analysis.

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