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Touch screen Dell Inspiron Convertible 2-in-1 Laptop: Boost daily productivity with this 13.3-inch Dell Inspiron laptop. Its AMD Ryzen 5 processor and 8GB of DDR4 RAM let you accomplish multiple tasks simultaneously, and it provides slots for up to 16GB of memory for future expansions. This Dell Inspiron laptop has a 256GB solid-state drive that boots Windows 10 Home quickly.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Dell Inspiron 13 7375 2-in-1
    • 3-cell battery
    • Power adapter

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    84% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (155 out of 185)

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    Features


    Windows 10 operating system

    Windows 10 brings back the Start Menu from Windows 7 and introduces new features, like the Edge Web browser that lets you markup Web pages on your screen. Learn more ›

    13.3" Full HD touch screen

    The 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity. Natural finger-touch navigation makes the most of Windows 10. IPS technology for wide viewing angles. Energy-efficient LED backlight.

    AMD Ryzen 5 Processor

    Enjoy high application performance and smoother gaming experiences with the new AMD Ryzen 5, featuring groundbreaking machine intelligence, impressive multitasking capabilities and a newly designed, efficient architecture with up to 4 cores and 8 processing threads.

    8GB system memory for advanced multitasking

    Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games and photo- and video-editing applications, as well as multiple programs and browser tabs all at once.

    256GB solid state drive (SSD)

    While offering less storage space than a hard drive, a flash-based SSD has no moving parts, resulting in faster start-up times and data access, no noise, and reduced heat production and power draw on the battery.

    360° flip-and-fold design

    Offers versatile functionality with laptop, audience, tabletop, presentation and tablet modes.

    AMD Radeon Vega 8

    Integrated graphics chipset with shared video memory provides solid image quality for Internet use, movies, basic photo editing and casual gaming.

    MaxxAudio

    To give you great sound across music, movies, voice and games.

    Weighs 3.84 lbs. and measures 0.7" thin

    Ultrathin and ultralight for maximum portability, featuring a smaller screen size and omitting the DVD/CD drive to achieve the compact form factor. 3-cell lithium-ion battery.

    HDMI output expands your viewing options

    Connect to an HDTV or high-def monitor to set up two screens side by side or just see more of the big picture.

    Built-in media reader for simple photo transfer

    Supports SD memory card formats.

    Dual-band wireless network connectivity

    Built-in high-speed wireless LAN built into the screen, so it connects to your network or hotspots on all current Wi-Fi standards in both laptop and tablet modes.

    Built-in HD webcam with dual array microphone

    Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends or teleconference with colleagues over Skype or other popular applications.

    Basic software package included

    30-days trial of Microsoft Office.

    Additional port

    Headphone/microphone combo jack.

    Note: This laptop does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.

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    Customer rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 184 reviews

    84%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Impressive performance

      Posted
      Datawrangler
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I got this laptop to see if it would handle developing a game using the Unreal engine. So far I have tried multiple Intel i5 and i7 mobile CPU's ranging from 5th generation to the latest 8th generation, and only the laptops with 8th generation i7 with the nVidia 1050 GPU have been able to run the Unreal development environment in anything better than medium graphics settings. The AMD Ryzen 5 with the Radeon Vega 8 struggles just a little with medium settings on demo game from Epic, but that game was featured at GDC 2 years ago running on dual nVidia Titans. The fact that this laptop will even get 5 frames/second on medium settings is amazing because every other laptop I tried failed except for the 8th generation i7. Basically, this laptop is performing in a very demanding graphics load at least as well an i7 laptop that costs twice as much. It gets 5 stars for that. It isn't a beast gaming computer, but it also doesn't chew through its battery in 1.5 hours. I've gotten 4 hours of very intensive graphics development and 6-8 hours of browsing and watching shows on Netflix. It gets 5 stars for that too. My major complaint is the weight. At nearly 4 pounds, it is not light in the hands. It is a bit awkward to pick up, and opening it definitely requires 2 hands. I have an iPad Pro 12.9 inch tablet, and this is nowhere close to being as easy to hold as a similar sized tablet. There are some i7 laptops which weigh about 1 pound less, and that pound makes a big difference. It gets 3 stars for weight just because it is deceptively heavy for its size. This laptop will easily handle business tasks, and it would make a good computer for a college engineering student or an art student who needs to run Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator. It does handle demanding graphics programming, but I did not load any games to test frame rates. My prediction is that it would handle higher settings than the Intel on-chip GPU, but it will not perform as well as a computer with a dedicated GPU and DDR5 memory. It is a very responsive laptop with a lot of nice features. I am seriously considering keeping it instead of buying an i7 laptop with more power because I think I can get about 75-80% of the performance for less than half the cost.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      FREQUENT BSODS ARE PERSISTENT ACROSS DEVICES

      Posted
      ConcernedReviewer
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I was initially quite hesitant to pick up this computer because I had read a number of reviews - quite recent ones - stating that they had to return their computer due to frequent blue screen errors. I am here to say to corroborate this and say that this is exactly correct. IF YOU PURCHASE THIS MACHINE, YOU WILL BE SUBJECT TO A BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH EVERY FEW HOURS. It is also possible you will experience checkerboard-patterned corruption and flashing/flickering of your screen. This is of course completely unacceptable for brand new computers. I am not tech illiterate! I have also made forum posts about this issue, googled incessantly for possible fixes, and discussed the problem with AMD and with an independent computer expert. It seems some solutions have been found by some people, but people are receiving different error codes across devices (my most common one is VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR, but I have received other ones as well). So I would advise you to not purchase this laptop unless you desire to finagle with yours and figure it out yourself - which may turn out to be impossible or require waiting an unacceptable amount of time for a fix to be published. The rest of the computer's features pale before this immense fault, however, I wholeheartedly love the build - I love the keyboard, I love the size and shape. The keyboard layout is optimal for the way I type - I am used to it and I love it. So I dearly want to keep this computer - I might even be willing to put up with these problems in order to keep this computer, but if it's this glitchy now, I fear to imagine what it'll be like in just a single year. Therefore, if I cannot solve this problem to my satisfaction within the fifteen days allotted by Best Buy, I will be returning mine. Meanwhile, I would encourage readers to consider alternatives.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        YourDellTeam

        Hi ConcernedReviewer,

        Thanks for your feedback. We'd like to know if you've tried contacting Dell's Technical Support Team about the issues that you have described in your review. You can contact Dell's Technical Support Team here - http://dell.to/2sH7Qlm.

        We hope that they are able to help resolve your issues soon.

        Best,
        Bryan
        1-800-624-9896 Dell

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Solid PC Battery, not so much.

      Posted
      Galahad94
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      While I am historically anti 2 in 1, the Dell 7375 has done a good job tipping the scales. I picked this PC up as a stand in for my slowly dying, Mac book pro. At first I was fraught with buyers remorse but that quickly dissipated after spending a couple days with it. I actually prefer the keyboard on this guy to the one on my Mac Book. The stiffness is nice, and the travel pleasant. The back light is nice, I'm a night time productive person. The touch pad is in a word,- passable, It isn't terrible for a windows precision track pad but it ain't nothing to write home about. The all metal chassis is aesthetically pleasing enough. it strikes a nice balance between utilitarian and premium, good for work and play while keeping a decently low profile. The 1080p display is pleasant to look at with the fairly decent color and pretty dark blacks. It does have a prominent bezel so beware if your not into that. I was ecstatic when I discovered the RAM, storage and battery were all able to be swapped fairly easily. The included storage is more than you'd get in a cheaper mac book offering at a whopping 256gb of up-gradable solid state storage. I'm an enthusiast so upgrading parts is a big deal for me, and ultimately what sold the laptop. Now seems as good a time as any to talk about performance. With an AMD Ryzen 5, albeit a mobile one and vega 8 graphics it's not a power house but, nor is it a slouch. Say what you want about about AMD but this guy is miles ahead of Intel's integrated graphics solution. Its a good fit if you need something to grow into a bit for school and a bit of light gaming and media consumption. In a phrase; between homework and Facebook you can get in some Overwatch. For an ultrabook, this is an impressive machine for sure. That said there was one thing that was not so impressive, the battery, It is in a word, garbage-town at a very underwhelming 35 watt hours. You'll use your power saver a lot, I do. The best I've gotten is about 5 hours its more like 2 if your gaming or using Skype, etc. The web cam on this is surprisingly OK for the money. I recommend good lighting though. I would suggest swapping in a higher capacity one later on.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Defective Hardware Across Multiple Laptops

      Posted
      Blake
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The first indication not to purchase this laptop should have been when the floor model blue screened on me twice in a row. However, I still went and purchased this product. Below are the highlights of my experience which this particular model: Laptop #1: The first laptop I purchased was dead on arrival. It would not start-up, even after being charged for a couple hours. I did an even-exchange for the same thing. Laptop #2: The second laptop was not much better. It was completely dead before plugging in the charger (usually there's a little bit of juice left in the batteries). Upon startup, the BIOS screen immediately popped-up asking whether or not I wanted to accept the changes made prior to me purchasing it (i.e., by the manufacturer). This is completely unacceptable. After bypassing the prompt, I followed the setup process (during which it would not recognize any wireless networks), and entered Windows 10. However, the laptop would still not detect wireless networks, even after updating the drivers. I immediately boxed it up and returned it to the store, exchanging it for yet another. Laptop #3: This laptop experienced the same wireless network connectivity issues, and also blue-screened. I then returned Laptop #3, and received a refund for my purchase. Final Verdict: After conducting further research, as well as speaking with store Associates, I believe the fault lies with the Ryzen processor. I heard that Dell computers with the new AMD Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 processors, both laptops and desktops, are being returned in full force because of a multitude of issues being experienced. Key Takeaways: I strongly recommend that Dell look into this issue. Furthermore, no consumer should purchase any computer that has an AMD Ryzen processor inside until the defect is officially identified / resolved, and all faulty products are removed from store shelves. Please note that Best Buy was excellent to work with, and the fault does not lie with the retailer. In this case, the manufacturer (Dell) and / or its vendors are to blame.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fast, innovative, nice design

      Posted
      Matt
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      6/16/2018: I love this laptop so far. I’ll be updating my review from time to time to give more accurate and lasting results. So I’ve only had mine for a week, but I have nothing but positive things to say about it. I am a college student, so I wanted something fast that will last me a long time. Battery life - 3-4 hours watching videos. 5-7 hours of assignments and class work. Not bad if you ask me. Processor is fast on this laptop and touch screen is responsive and easy to use. I noticed the bottom getting hot when I first started the computer and set up some software programs and antivirus, but quickly the fan came on and it cooled off. So for me that’s normal and not a bother. It hasn’t gotten too hot while using it. I like the era grey color and you can tell the material is good quality metal that is easy to clean if you get anything on it by accident. One nice thing about the weight of this laptop is that I don’t feel a burden of weight while I carry it in my backpack. In addition, it’s not so light that I will forget about it or feel that it’s flimsy. In conclusion, if you’re feeling on the fence about buying this then my sincere advice would be to buy it and try it out for yourself! I spent a lot of time looking into different laptops and when this went on sale I bought it and I’m glad I did. Leave a comment on my review if you have any questions.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Excellent, with a few issues

      Posted
      ebk02

      I hope this review can be of assistance to other purchasers, as I found - and corrected - a glaring flaw. First, to the good points of the laptop. Small enough to be easily portable. Build quality seems excellent. I don't notice any flex, and keyboard feels good with no deflection I can tell. Backlit keyboard has 2 level lighting. The SSD is quite fast, and has 256GB - enough for many programs / apps, games etc. RAM is adequate - but I still intend to upgrade to 16 GB as I will rum moderate games. So far, processor seems to be handling multiple tasks well. Since it is a 13 inch screen, 4K is not necessary, as the screen is quite sharp at 1080 resolution. Cannot attest to battery life at this point. There was one big issue - the reason foe 4 stars - and possibly this can be of help others. When opening and initial start up of the computer, the display and colors were good. White backgrounds were reasonably white. After a massive Windows update, the white areas of screen turned an ugly shade of tan. Even with "night mode" turned off, and utilizing the color settings, could not get white areas of the display near white. However I stumbled upon a solution by going into device manager and updating drivers for display adapter. Now display looks more or less as it did upon initial boot up. You may still need to balance color under "calibrate color". But now, whites are nearly white, greys are grey, which is important to get fairly accurate colors. Overall, so far, I am quite pleased with this laptop. I will, however, amend if necessary....

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      The dreaded BSOD

      Posted
      BlueScreenOfDeath
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I was excited to try out this laptop and see what AMD can bring to the table but unfortunately I ended up returning it. The dreaded BSOD kept rearing it's ugly head a few times a day during web browsing and streaming video. A cursory Google search seems to indicate an issue with the AMD display drivers. I tried reinstalling the display drivers, resetting windows, etc etc but nothing seemed to help. I wasn't planning on waiting out my return period and exchanged this for the Lenovo Yoga 730 which seems like a much nicer laptop in every respect except for build quality. Pros: - Build quality is great and the hinges feel like they will last a while - Generous selection of ports including a full sized SD card reader - Ability to upgrade both SSD and RAM (with 2 RAM slots for dual channel memory) - Nice display (if a little on a dim side) Neutral: - Windows hello is good if useless in tent mode - Speakers are decent but don't get very loud Cons (apart from the BSOD): - Laptop tends to run warmer than I was expecting with the fans kicking in often even during minimal load - Battery life is below average with about 4-5 hours or normal use - They keyboard is just not very good with very shallow key travel and minimal tactile feel - Trackpad - I don't like the texture of the surface or the feel of the buttons - No windows ink support (if you care about that) - Quite heavy for a 13 inch and not suitable for using as a "tablet" My suggestion would be to go for the i5 version of the Inspiron 7000 series or look for other options like the Yoga 730. I just don't think this laptop is worth it at the moment.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Initial OS lock ups, BIOS/System Updates needed

      Posted
      Crandallberry

      I convinced my fiancee to buy this laptop over the more expensive Intel version because I like the new AMD lineup of zen CPU's and the internal graphics are better than the iGPU's Intel includes. however upon getting the laptop we experience intermittent OS lock ups, not crashes or full system lock ups, OS freezes where the mouse moves but nothing is responsive to clicks. These seemed to happen when doing "intensive" disk operations, i.e. downloading and installing chrome while updating windows and trying to grab other drivers/programs like MS Office suite. However this was solved by starting from the most vital updates, BIOS, then going to Windows & Radeon graphics updates. Then and only then moving on to the installing of other programs like MS Office suite and Google chrome. Fingers crossed the system has been stable for a few days. CPU/GPU temps are acceptable. its a thin laptop so only so much thermal headroom. fans are a bit loud when at full blast but this is not constant by any means. During normal operation the fan are near silent and peachy keen. overall she seem to enjoy it, we saved some cash money and after the updates system works well, again fingers crossed that it keeps working well

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews

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    The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about sound, price, design and usability. Editors are less positive about touchpad and reliability and have mixed opinions about connectivity. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 85/100 = Very good quality.
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