The Dell Inspiron i7 7000 is the world’s largest laptop/tablet hybrid. The 17-inch behemoth is Dells latest 2-in-1 convertible computer, unveiled at Taiwan’s Computex 2016.
This unconventional device holds a powerful i7 core with DDR4 RAM under its hood, alongside Standard Waves MaxxAudio Pro sound systems and USB Type C ports. Whilst most 2-in-1 convertibles are kept around 12 to 15 inches for the sake of portability, Dell is out to prove that 17-inch ones work just as well.
This convertible certainly doesn’t skimp on power and speed for its unique design. The powerful i7 core, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and NVIDIA’s GeForce 940M graphics should allow it to run several intensive programmes simultaneously.
Moreover, the Inspiron 17 7000 convertible is aesthetically designed, with all your needs in mind.
It has a sleek backlit keyboard to allow you to work any time of the day.
The infrared camera on the front also supports fast and efficient facial recognition compatible with Windows Hello so you can log into your computer with ease.
For US $899, the Dell Inspiron 17 7000 is not an expensive device at all. In fact, it is much more affordable than other hybrid laptops.
The smaller models of the 2-in-1 Inspiron models also come in 13 and 15 inches if you prefer portability over a huge screen size.