DELL INSPIRON 13 7000 Review


For an all-round more traditional laptop, you can always trust Dell, even when you’re looking at a laptop-tablet hybrid. Away from the sometimes scarily thin Ultrabook market, this Inspiron 13 has a metal chassis coated in soft-touch rubber for a non-bank-breaking price.

And it also turns into a perfectly serviceable 1080p tablet when you flip the screen back, without any worries about anything breaking – it feels very solid. This machine’s only flaws are its weight – 1.67kg – and its rather poor battery life.