Dell has just introduced their latest player to the market, which is the Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 device that will run on the Windows 8.1 operating system, and this particular piece of consumer electronics will be accompanied by a built-in passive stylus as well as a 360-degree rotating hinge that would enable consumers to switch seamlessly between the laptop and tablet modes in a solitary, fluid motion.
In this day and age, if one were to be able to multi-task, that would be a huge boon – since the lines have already been blurred between both work and play. The Inspiron 13 is very versatile in its performance, being able to transit between the laptop, easel, tent or tablet modes. Sounds familiar, as though it is a Lenovo Yoga, right?
The Dell Inspiron 13 will feature a 500GB hard drive, at 13-inch HD touch display that might want to make you think twice before you partake in that pizza meal, having optional Full HD if your budget permits, not to mention a full sized, spill-resistant, backlit keyboard that has been specially paired to a precision touchpad which would promise a best-in-class user experience. It should not cost more than $1,355 when it is introduced, and for those who love versatility, then it is worth checking out – most definitely.