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Buy Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2 In 1

Cute design, nice keyboardNow, it might not be to everyone's taste, but I adore the design of the Inspiron 3000 series computers. Cheap doesn't have to mean ugly, and Dell's put a bunch of great touches on this inexpensive model to make it look and feel a lot better than some of its competition.

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Unlike those premium-grade displays, the LCD in the Inspiron 3000 2-in-1 series is poor for just about every kind of content. Its shallow viewing angles and dim backlight add up to disappointing black levels and subdued colors. What's more is that the 1280 x 768 screen resolution easily feels cramped when trying to multitask.

The Inspiron 11 series 3000 edged out a similarly-configured Yoga 2 11 by a single point in our WorldBench 9 benchmark: 29 to 28. Subjectively, it feels agile enough once the Windows 8.1 operating system is up and running. Audio through the speakers is surprisingly loud and clear, and 1080p video renders smoothly.

Dell's Inspiron devices come in three different product lineups: the 3000 series, 5000 series, and 7000 series. Deciding which to get can be made a lot easier by understanding what kind of hardware and prices you'll find in each one, which we'll go over in detail below.

Ultimately, if you want a great laptop but want to spend less, the 3000 series is for you. The 5000 and 7000 range of devices are more expensive, but the vast majority of 3000-series laptops are extremely affordable.

One of the most significant differences between the 5000 series over the 3000 series is the overall design and construction. Everything looks and feels a little higher quality compared to most of the 3000 laptops that scream "dirt cheap" with their thick bezels and middling displays.

The best overall 5000-series device is the Dell Inspiron 16 5000, which packs 12th Gen Intel Mobile CPUs like the Core i5-1235U and Core i7-1255U into a sleek chassis along with Iris Xe graphics, up to 16GB of DDR4 memory, and up to 1TB of SSD storage space. The 16-inch FHD+ 1920x1200 also looks quite nice, offering a better contrast and color gamut than what you'll find with 3000-series devices.

The divide between the 5000 and 7000 series is a little muddier than it is with the 3000 and 5000 series. The 7000 series generally starts around the $700 range, so there's definitely some crossover with 5000-series options when it comes to pricing. Mainly, the 7000-series lineup is where you'll find the most capable Inspiron laptops, and it's where folks hunting for the best but not quite XPS grade should go.

Budget-conscious and entry-level shoppers should hit the 3000 series, while those looking for a more premium experience or specifically a great 2-in-1 should hit the 7000 series. Everyone else has the 5000 series right in the middle, and that's the best place to start. 041b061a72


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