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Dell Inspiron 13.3″ FHD 2-in 1 Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i5, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD)

Dell Inspiron 13.3

  • 7th generation Intel Core i5-7200u, up to 3.10 GHz Processor
  • 8GB DDR4 2400Mhz included; 16GB maximum
  • 1TB HDD storage; No Optical Drive included
  • 13.3-Inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Truelife LED-backlit touch Display with wide viewing angles-ir Camera
  • Windows 10 operating system; Gray

The Inspiron 13″ 5000 2-in-1 has a sleek new design that emphasizes more screen and less bezel, pointing your attention at the brilliant wide-angle display. A versatile 360 hinge enables four modes to suit your environment. Use laptop mode for typing out a paper, tent mode for working in shallow footprint spaces like a kitchen counter or workbench, Stand mode for streaming your favorite movie or tablet mode for keeping up on social media. Wide-viewing-angle screens provide a clear view in all of these modes. “High resolution touchpad” gives more fluid panning, pinching and zooming, for an experience that’s touchscreen-smooth and quick the latest processors from Intel handle today’s software easily and provide zippy, responsive performance.

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What customers say about Dell Inspiron 13.3″ FHD 2-in 1 Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i5, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD)?

  1. 60 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thoroughly enjoying my first 2-for-1. But, to avoid other reviewers issues, I took these steps first before using…, February 11, 2017
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    This review is from: Dell Inspiron 13.3″ FHD 2-in 1 Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i5, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD) (Personal Computers)

    I am thoroughly enjoying this 2-for-1 laptop as a computer and also when in tablet mode.

    PROS, CONS, & FEATURES:
    It isn’t as light as a tablet but it’s okay at 3-1/2 lbs. Audio & volume is okay but not intended for audiophiles. Sometimes when streaming, the video has its own sound volume and the computer volume is additional so, at times, I adjust both to max the sound, if needed. If I need more, I use a wireless Bluetooth speaker for a better music sound. The resolution is superb! I had to take it down a few notches though, so the taskbar icons, etc. would be bigger (only because I have older eyesight); yet, it still is crisp in detail. It seems of good construction like other Dells, especially the lid hinges, which I’m glad about due to frequent changing over to tablet mode. The 3 USB ports are great, 1 is USB2, another is USB3, and the 3rd one is USB3-C (has the charging capability when the laptop is shutdown but plugged in). Haven’t used the SD Card port but, it’s nice to know it’s there. The full-sized HDMI port works perfectly on our hi-res TV. As some others have said, the touchpad is a bit insensitive and takes a firm tap or slide at times but Windows has settings for adjusting the sensitivity for tweaking further. It’s perfect for me as is, as I’ve found other devices too “touchy”. I think someone mentioned about an error in the user guide about an M.2 port. I checked around and apparently there is a mistake in the guide and, while there is an M.2 port, it’s not available as it’s already being used. So, there’s no chance to install an M.2 drive, in case anyone was wondering on that but, you might want to reconfirm that, if interested in M.2 storage for this model. The DDR4 RAM on mine was 8Gb and was fine. The CPU was an Intel i5, 7th generation, which has some great features available, some for the future. The camera worked okay for the facial recognition feature to logon. I added more facial photos to improve its recognition. With Windows 10, There is no Windows product key needed for this model, because some newer computers like this one are starting to have the product key built-in and it’s also activated automatically. It knows what level of Windows it’s licensed for (or upgraded to).

    ABOUT THE FAN & PREVENTING OVERHEATING:
    Due to it having a smaller width than a regular sized laptop, many of the fan’s vents can get blocked if on your lap or other non-table surface. Also, larger laptops may have added vents on the side, which this doesn’t. So, when I hear the dynamics of the fan kicking in (mildly at first), I’ll readjust it so more vents are exposed for incoming air cooling, which works every time, after about two minutes. I never have the fan/heat issue when on a hard flat surface.

    THE INITIAL STEPS TO TAKE TO AVOID A LOT OF REPORTED ISSUES, BEFORE STARTING TO USE IT:
    After booting it up the first time, I had to respond to the prompts for several steps to finalize the Windows setup, which is standard on new computers. Then, I spent about 1.5-2 hrs applying all the latest patches/updates for this model from the Dell Support site. I felt like the sequence would be important. So, I started with the latest BIOS update, followed by the “Chipset” category updates. After that, I did the remaining update “categories” that were left, such as “Drivers”, etc. One or two of the updates gave me an error so, I either already had the current update or it didn’t apply to the type of hardware I had. I eventually saved the Dell Support site link to my desktop because I found out I was prompted to do a restart quite often during this process. I was tempted to skip some of the reboots when prompted but, I didn’t (for avoiding near future behind-the-scenes issues).

    SOME SETTINGS TO CHANGE:
    At this point, startup time to the logon screen was about 35-40 seconds (too long for me but I made changes later I’ll cover). When folding over the screen for tablet mode, there was a prompt every time, so I set it change automatically to tablet mode to prevent future prompts. There are some things that don’t appear when in tablet mode but, there are some settings you can change to enhance the tablet mode to be similar to desktop mode, if desired.

    I noticed an issue with hanging and locking up and sometimes an issue starting the laptop or when using tablet mode. So, I then recalled that the Windows hibernation feature can cause inconsistent issues like these on computers so, I changed the power saving settings to never use “hibernate” mode. These modes were seen for “pressing the power button” and other areas. I changed everything to “shutdown” or “do nothing” modes. I didn’t test selecting “sleep” mode…

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  2. 32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Needs significant work to run right – here’s what I did to fix it, February 21, 2017
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    Wes (Texas) –

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    This review is from: Dell Inspiron 13.3″ FHD 2-in 1 Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i5, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD) (Personal Computers)
    I got this 2 months ago and have had a number of consecutive problems. I think I’ve been able to fix them all (see below) and am writing this in the hopes it will help save other buyers trouble and headache. I wouldn’t recommend this laptop given the problems I had and the time I spent on it. Without the fixes the laptop was unusable. However, with my last fix the laptop actually seems to run well (so not a one star) but I don’t think the average user will know enough to go through the fixes needed. There’s also still the bad placement of the very sensitive power button on the side of the laptop that is very easy to hit accidentally whenever I shift or adjust the position of the laptop.

    Problems:
    1. Audio. Speakers stopped working properly. The sound would start initially then fade or crackle out. Figured out that if you disabled the Realtek Audio driver and just used the generic Intel HD audio driver sound would work. Problem was with every update (not sure if windows update or if there was an auto update for drivers generally or an auto update for the Realtek driver) it would reinstall and/or reset the Realtek audio driver and I’d have audio problems again. Permanent solution – reinstall clean windows 10 – see below.

    2. Computer runs very slow sometimes/seems to lock up/drive continually spins. This was very inconsistent – at times the computer would run great and other times it was just unusable. The laptop would just lock up and nothing would respond while the drive spun nonstop. After a while it would finally “free up”. This seems to be the result of incompatible software and bloatware loaded by Dell onto the laptop. Solution is a clean install of Windows 10. Do not “reinstall” or “reset” from within Windows system menu – it won’t get rid of the bloatware.
    – you don’t need a product code to reinstall windows – it’s apparently hard coded into the motherboard (the one useful thing Dell told me)
    – problems creating bootable USB – windows doesn’t recognize many USB drives (it thinks they’re hard drives). So use Rufus. Won’t detail here – just google it but essentially you download windows 10 tool as ISO file to your laptop instead of to USB. Then Rufus will convert that ISO into bootable USB file.
    – Make sure you delete all partitions when it asks you so that it is a clean install and wipes everything old off the laptop.
    – Dell makes it (intentionally) confusing to boot from USB. I can’t now remember the specifics but when you restart computer and hit F12? to go to change boot options it’s a 2 step process and there are warning messages and it kind of scares you into thinking you shouldn’t be changing the first step. It’s not until after you dismiss the warning and change the first step do you see the ability to change the boot order to boot from USB.
    – Once you do boot from the USB Windows gives clear instructions.
    – This also cured the Realtek driver issue – that driver seems to work fine now.

    3. Battery drains quick and fan keeps spinning/CPU running. I thought I’d fixed everything after the windows 10 clean install. But now my computer seemed to run super hot, the fan was always blowing and I noticed that at 62% battery I only had about 1 hour 20 mins of usage left. There’s a function in Windows settings that lets you see what apps/processes are draining the battery over the last 24 hours. Turns out that WaveMaxx Audio Pro was consuming 25% of all power use and it wasn’t even in use! It was all background use. (My 2 daughters have profiles on the laptop and so it was running 3 processes at the same time). I couldn’t even uninstall it because it didn’t show up as an installed program. Finally figured out that if you go to the task manager and go to the startup tab you can enable/disable programs that run at startup. Not sure why a program that doesn’t even appear to be installed is running at startup but there it was. I disabled it there and it no longer appears as a running process.

    I think that’s solved all the problems. Will update if I have any more, but I spent a lot of time figuring out how to fix these problems so I hope you don’t have to.

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  3. 41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for a college student, December 5, 2016
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    I got this laptop after the Dell I had for 7 years needed replacing. This laptop converts to a tablet, has a touchscreen that works in either mode, and is unbelievably light, powerful, and durable. I love having a laptop that is so convenient to take to class, it fits easily on the small desks for lectures too. I would recommend this for anyone, especially at this price! 🙂

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