Dell’s recent XPS 13 models — with its latest, 8th-Gen Intel processor and ultra-thin bezels — have become one of the best laptops around. Now, some of those features are trickling down the price spectrum, starting with the newly refreshed Inspiron 7000 lineup that was announced at IFA 2018.
The new Inspiron 7000s (which come in 13-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch sizes) all feature 2-in-1 designs, similar to the older models, but Dell has totally overhauled the outside. The plastic is gone in favor of a machined aluminum chassis, and the screen now has a far slimmer bezel that actually improves on the XPS 13. It manages to place the camera on top of the display (which Dell says is due to a new, ultra small part that it’s debuting with the…
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