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Power through the day with this Dell laptop. The 13.3-inch screen delivers impressive imagery every time, and it comes with 16GB of memory and an Intel Core i7 processor so that it can blaze through everyday tasks, particularly ones that require lots of processing power. Store your data on the 256GB solid-state hard drive in this Dell laptop.

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    What's Included


    • Dell Inspiron 2-in-1 13.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 256GB Solid State Drive
    • Power adapter

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    86% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (252 out of 296)

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    Features


    • Intel 8th Generation Core i7

    Windows 10 operating system

    Brings back the Start menu from Windows 7 and introduces new features, such as the Edge web browser that lets you mark up web pages on your screen. Learn more ›

    13.3" Full HD 10-point multitouch screen for hands-on control

    The 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity. Touch, tap, glide and make the most of Windows 10. IPS technology. LED backlight.

    8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-8550U mobile processor

    Ultra-low-voltage platform. Quad-core processor performance.

    16GB system memory for advanced multitasking

    Substantial high-bandwidth DDR4 RAM lets you smoothly run your games and photo- and video-editing applications as well as multiple programs and browser tabs at the same time.

    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, 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.

    Intel® HD Integrated Graphics 620

    On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.

    Weighs 3.6 lbs. and is 0.6" thin

    Its ultraportable design features a smaller screen size to achieve a compact form factor.

    Bluetooth interface synchronizes with compatible devices

    Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the laptop and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.

    One USB Type-C and two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports maximize the latest high-speed devices

    Also includes one USB 2.0 port to connect more accessories and peripherals. The USB 3.1 ports are backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds).

    HDMI output expands your viewing options

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

    Built-in card reader for simple photo transfer

    Supports SD and MMC memory card formats. Additional microSD card slot on the display.

    Dual-band wireless network connectivity

    High-speed wireless LAN is 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 webcam

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

    Backlit keyboard

    Allows you to enjoy comfortable and accurate typing even in dim lighting.

    Basic software package included

    30-day trial of Microsoft Office 365 and McAfee LiveSafe.

    Additional port

    Headphone/microphone combo jack.

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

    Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Core, Atom, Ultrabook, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 296 reviews

    85%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Haters Gonna Hate No Matter The Product

      Posted
      TheRicker

      Spend some time with this laptop and you can make it great, especially with all of the cool settings on the chip, in the bios, display, battery and wireless adapter. The wireless adapter is excellent! Much better than the Qualcomm on the Ryzen 7 version of the 7535 from Dell. 866mbps vs 433mbps on the throughput so if you have a fast internet connection then you will notice that difference on the speed. 16GB Ram and 256GB SSD...cannot complain. Once you get past the main round of major windows updates you're good to go. Don't go freaking out at 100% disk utilization during the updates, it goes away and returns to normal. The bios will need updating too which is normal and will take a short bit to complete. The Dell Firmware will need updating too so just be patient. Some of these reviews it seems ANY heat at all is problematic which is really unreasonable. Heat is a byproduct of energy. This isn't Apple so your CPU isn't secretly throttled down to avoid heat. The lap issue. Don't put any laptop in your lap, period. Yep, counterintuitive but every chip emits a tad of radiation and heat so you WILL eventually feel it and if you are blocking the air inlets which on this laptop are large and long on the underbelly (a good thing), you are going to get the laptop to heat up, so don't do it. Don't put it on your bed or a blanket either. Can you though? Sure but again, blocking air which this model is labeled as 'air cooled'. I love the exhaust ports on the rear behind the lid which would be the top in tent mode. Way smarter than the Dell 7535 Ryzen 7 12GB 2 in 1 model. One this every reviewer seems to miss is the really cool, slightly magnetized lid. It's closed when closed and it takes a slight amount of pressure to disengadge the magnets. not crazy or anything but I really like that about this model. The next one is cache...8MB cache on the L3 and 1MB on L2. That is 2x and much cache as the Ryzen 7. You are not going to notice it that much but if you will if you are looking for it in performance. This laptop is simply a bit smoother than the 7535. I don't need a 4k monitor so full HD is cool enough for a 13" screen on a laptop. I really enjoy the bois settings too. I get a lot more options to play around with the speed step settings. The display hinge is stiff and does not wobble at all when you poke it, not even at the slightest. Next is the memory, 2400mhz ddr4 is a pretty sweet match for the chip but I personally would not mind lpddr3 to stretch the standby time out a bit since I use my laptop less than I use it. Most 8th gen chip alptops are using this frequency memory so I am glad it's in this laptop while not breaking the $1300 range to get itlike the HP spectre or the Dell XPS. I really hope this laptop lasts me. In the end it is an incredible buy and if you are a student it's even better. But if all you do is watch Facebook or Instagram load and watch Youtube then you don;t need this much power. I do not agree with the one star reviewsand this is really between a 4 and a 5 because the 5 would really be a 9 hour battery. So ignore those who hate it all no matter what and slander every brand because they don;t know what they are doing and appreciate the fact that you are getting a mountain of power in a sub $1000 machine. Oh last thing, I did have to get updates from Dell which I am always sketchy about but they all worked with no issues unlike the AMD graphics card update from Dell for the Ryzen discreet card. I think that is worth mentioning. I recommended to someone to never get updates from the manufacturer outside of the bios but in this case I got the serial I/O, Bios and the display driver after all the windows updates and they installed without a hitch. Pretty sure I just Jinxed myself but I would recommend this laptop to anyone not looking to break the bank. Dell Support...okay real quick here. I needed it...nice lady, quick response on the phone, remote connection. This was for my 7537, not this 7373 but worth mentioning because it's about Dell support. When I called to address the wireless ac adapter running at 433 and not 866 she thought it was my internet speed and no matter I said, she kept testing my internet speed even though throughput of the adapter was the issue. The suggestion was to turn off bitlocker on the SSD and factory rest my laptop. Not a good recommendation but she was very nice and there was nothing on the machine so I really didn't care what she wanted to try. I was up for anything. Point is, the actual technical service was off the mark. Go get the driver from the recovery partition and see if a reinstall of the factory provided adapter prior to the update cures it. Never suggested that, just kept running internet speed tests. I ended up dropping the extra money, returning the Ryzen 7 12GB 7537 and getting this 7373. Very, VERY happy with my decision. Thank you Dell. My first, well second Dell!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Very Fast!!!

      Posted
      GadgetMan
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I was looking to buy a powerful windows laptop and was considering a 8 gen cpu Dell XPS 13 with 512 PCI-e SSD and 16 gigs of ram. The XPS quickly jumps into the $1700 price range with those specs but a Inspiron 7000 with those exact specs (was on sale at the time also) was only $1170 after taxes, so I figured could try this out and if it was not as good as the XPS just would exchange, well quality build and performance wise it is just as good. This laptop has a very steady aluminium build that is not slippery on the surface like some others, the hinges are rock solid, very stiff with no movement while typing. Screen is good also but no way near like a XPS 13 infinty or MacBook when it comes to the color dept, touch screen is very responsive along with the touch pad. Speakers are average, I just keep it on 100% while watching YouTube vids, typing experience is good and is back-lighted. Decent amount of ports for a ultrabook, 2 type A USB and SD card reader are getting tough to find these days!. Boot time are 3-5 secs with Windows Hello face recognition enabled, very fast machine that outperforms 7th gen cpu by 40%. I video edited, photo edit and compiled code all were done very fast, even tried some gaming with the Doom and Dota 2, both can run on med settings. fan noise is acceptable while doing heavy loads. Con: Only getting around 6-7 hours realistic battery life (that's why only 4 stars) and no way to turn off adaptive dimming, bloatware program called SmartByte will reduce your WiFi speed if you choose to enable it. In conclusion, if you need a powerful system then this is the best bang for your buck.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Great Laptop But with Two Major Flaws

      Posted
      ukwildcat4life

      I was in need to a lightweight, portable laptop to take with me on the go. A knowledgeable Best Buy worker recommended this particular model to me. I hadn't bought or used a windows laptop since 2013 because of buying my first MacBook Pro and never ever having a problem with it that I can think of. Since 5 years had passed I really wanted to give a windows laptop another try because they're more affordable and you tend to get more features for your buck. This Dell Inspiron seemed to be the sweet spot on specs for me so I bought it. Setup was very easy and I absolutely loved the keyboard and the laptop felt really sturdy and it was relatively lightweight. I was pleasantly surprised how fast the computer boot up which is due to it having an SSD and loved being able to sign in with the webcam identifying my face upon start to log me in. Browsing through webpages was quick and snappy and first impression was really good. But there is where the glory ends unfortunately. First and foremost like others have stated this laptop does get hot and the fan will kick on and run and this happened with just normal browsing ( no gaming, no youtube video watching, etc) I mean just normal browsing and nothing running in the background. Second big problem and this is an absolute deal breaker for me. The battery life is terrible! I was lucky to get three to four hours on a full charge and again all I done was just normal surfing the web and nothing intensive. I did do all of the windows updates as well as the Dell system updates, drivers, etc. As a matter of fact the BIOS updated as well. It took two hours to get all of these updates finished when I first logged into the computer and set it up. I just wanted to stress that point because I see dell support recommending to do these updates as a fix in response to other reviews that mention these same problems. Its too bad this laptop has such poor battery life and that it heats up for no apparent reason because other than those two problems I really liked this laptop. In the end, I returned it back to Best Buy and end up buying another MacBook Pro 13 inch. I realize that money doesn't grow on trees and I'm by no means an apple fan boy but lets be realistic here. If you pay out this amount of money for a laptop you expect it to have decent battery life and not be heating up and getting hot whenever nothing intensive is being performed. To be honest I have never had these problems with a MacBook and so far my new MacBook hasn't disappointed. My advice is do your research and choose wisely . Pay attention to the negative reviews and try to determine if those negative reviews have a pattern to them. For example if you read the negative reviews on this particular laptop you'll notice how so many have complained about bad battery life and overheating issues. Not everyone is making this stuff up.....my point is there has to be some truth to it and in my case there was.....I should have chosen more wisely and listened to my gut instinct.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        YourDellTeam

        Hello ukwildcat4life,

        We are sorry to hear that a few issues with your computer made you end up returning it. If you experience problems with a computer's battery life in the future, here are some tips to help extend the battery life:

        Change the Power Plan:

        1. On the notification area of the taskbar, right-click the Battery icon.
        2. On the options list, click Power Options.
        3. Select a power plan on the battery meter, such as Power Saver or Balanced. Windows 10 has a built in 'Battery Saver' mode that can be activated to extend your system's battery life. The Battery Saver mode will monitor and limit background activity and other features such as push notifications. You do have the option to enable or disable this mode within settings or within advanced Battery Saver settings, you can customize the mode to best suit your needs.

        a) Click on the Action Center icon in the taskbar and select the tile for Battery Saver.
        b) If running Cortana then type Battery Saver into the search box and select from the results.
        Within the Battery Saver settings page, you will be able to turn on and off the feature and customize the feature to best meet your needs.
        c) Turn Battery Saver On or Off.
        d) Additional settings available via the Battery use and Battery saver settings links.
        e) Battery use shows further info on apps and their power usage.
        f) Battery Saver Settings screen allows you to customize further Battery Saver feature.

        You can read the full article here -  http://dell.to/2vfXWf4.

        If your computer gets too hot for you again we'd recommend the following:

        Tips for Proper Usage:

        1. Dell does not recommend placing portable systems directly on your lap. Due to reductions in the thickness of modern portable systems, heat transfer can be an issue.
        2. Using a portable system (Laptop) on a hard, flat, non-cloth surface will increase airflow and reduce heat from underneath and inside the system.
        Using the portable system on a blanket, pillow, or other types of cloth will cover up the fan cause the computer to overheat and can cause permanent damage.
        3. It is recommended to use the portable system in a Room temperature of 0°C to 35°C (32°F to 95°F) with a Humidity level no greater than 90%.
        4. Use compressed air to clean the vents on a regular basis.
        5. Using a cooling pad can decrease heat and increase performance.
        6. If you want to know the temperature limitations for your system, go to the Dell Support Website, look up your system model then open the user guide under the manuals link.

        You can read the full article here - http://dell.to/2uJ8AdG.

        Best,
        Bryan
        1-800-624-9896 Dell

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      I use the word (bad) experience a lot..

      Posted
      weissenheimer

      Recently bought this laptop before a summer long work trip across the US. First day: After hours of setup for my needs, i tried the touch screen... which appeared to not be working! I'm a tech savvy guy so i went to google, no one else has had this issue. So I went through hours of troubleshooting drivers and such to no avail. After an hour on tech support making me check everything I already checked, they said it appears my laptop was made without a touchscreen, a manufacturing fluke! I had a bad experience with my last dell and that was 10 years ago. I figured this time around I'd give them another shot, technology changes every day right? Well, I should have just stayed away (read further). For now I brought the Dell back to best buy and they promptly replaced it after making sure my findings were correct. The Good. The reason why I chose the 7373 over everything else in this category is it has many appealing hardware features, which is the first thing to go out of date these days right? So that mattered to me the most. It has two regular USB ports, and my favorite part is the HDMI out! Which has come in handy while i'm traveling. It has the most powerful hardware/memory compared to Lenovo, without shelling out the cash for a surface. And it does operate pretty well. Although, it occasionally experiences a heart stopping lag sound while playing music on spotify when the computer gets taxed, or sometimes simply when i plug/unplug the power. This is astonishing and hilarious to me because my 10 year old precision M4500 used to do the SAME thing. Makes no sense at all, and it kind of makes the experience feel cheap. But i was used to this with my old laptop so i just deal. 2nd bad experience. I've been far away from home for 1 month and one of my speakers blew out. Add that to the "cheap experience" list. Of course at this point I am stuck with the laptop for i would have just returned it altogether and switched brands...... I called up Dell and they were quick to get the repair process going. It was a 6 day turn around and went without a hitch despite my living situation. But this was still a nuisance. When I got it back it was much better, but now i could notice the other speaker sounded a little crackly....so I dealt with it for a while. And now, another month later i'm in the same boat!!! I wish I said something when i first got it back but I think the Dell techs should have tested the speakers a little better. I hope this won't be an endless cycle of speaker repairs. I guess it's better than a motherboard failure but I still cannot believe the poor experience i've had with Dell. I still haven't seen any other users with an experience like mine, so I could only hope I took one for the team and got the "lemon". But in my case from now on. Never, EVER, again, will I buy a Dell.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        YourDellTeam

        weissenheimer,

        We're very sorry to hear that your computer has not been performing the way you had hoped it would. We're glad to see that you've been in touch with Dell's Technical Support Team and we hope that they will continue to help you. If you do have other questions related to your computer you can always check our Product Support Page here - http://dell.to/2BE6VqB.

        Best,
        Bryan
        1-800-624-9896 Dell

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Thin, Light, Flexible...

      Posted
      K3276a12

      I never would have thought that I would go for a 2in1 but then I tried some out at Best Buy and was so impressed with Windows Ink that it changed my mind. After doing a lot of spec checking and the Dell Inspiron 7373 w/ i7-8550U, 16gigs of RAM, 256 Gig m.2 (SATA) stood out as a winner for the money. So far I like so many things about this computer. The keyboard and trackpad are very nice. The screen is great--very bright if you need it and just really nice to look at. The overall build quality is very nice--it's all metal and the finish hides fingerprints really well. I have an iPad Air so that is a lot smaller and lighter for use as a tablet but this definitely is useable on your lap to draw, etc--just don't plan on holding it in the air like a book for any length of time. It has nice little pads on the keyboard deck that contact the table in "presentation mode" or when you are sketching on a desk. Tent Mode is nice and solid--again I use it more than I thought I would. I am using the Bamboo Ink pen and it is really impressive. I have used Wacom tablets as well as my iPad Air with a rubber tipped stylus and this implimentation of Windows Ink is a big step up. It's not perfect--the main issue is a little diagonal jitter while drawing lines. My go-to sketch/art apps SketchBook Pro and Photoshop CC are amazing with this--they ignore your fingers (unlike iPad + rubber stylus) and just track the pen.--no silly looking 1/2-glove required. Performance/Battery--unless you are plugged in you have to consider this a compromise. I am sure that adding battery life would have meant a heavier, thicker notebook so you have to pay attention to your settings to favor either performance or battery life. The good news is that it is as easy as selecting the battery icon in the tray and selecting 1 of 4 settings from Best Battery Life to Best Performance. If you are plugged in the performance is really good--obviously it should be the same as any other laptop with the same CPU. Heat and Noise--an i7 chip definitely needs a fan if it is working on anything tough and this fan, while audible, is not unpleasant sounding. I don't think that it is too loud in most cases but, compared to my wife's MacBook Air this is louder--but this is a quad core/8 thread CPU and it will outperform the Air. I haven't noticed that it gets too hot--it gets a little warm under the "6" key and warmer as you push it harder which is what you would expect. Overall, as a portable substitute for my desktop, this has been great.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Dell Active Pen PN338M works with my laptop

      Posted
      Bubba

      My review is mostly to confirm that the Dell Active Pen PN338M definitely works on my version of this laptop (Inspiron 13 7373 2-in-1). To be clear, my laptop had a sticker on it which stated "Active Pen Support" so if yours doesn't have that sticker, the pen might not work. I wasn't sure which pen my laptop would support, and Dell wasn't much help on this matter. Also the information on this laptop at BestBuy.com seems to have evolved over time, with information about it working with active pens removed from the website description (around the time I purchased the laptop on July 27, 2018). I found an unboxing type video online for a version of this laptop that actually comes with the pen (this varies by geographical region) and noted the model number of the pen it came with. I took a chance that it would work for mine and ordered it directly from Dell. I got it yesterday, and once I installed the battery the pen worked right away without needing any type of "paring". This is my first active pen, so I can't really compare it to others, but so far it seems pretty cool and responsive. I haven't used a Bamboo Ink pen (which I believe is supposed to be compatible with this laptop), but unless it offers something more, I'm happy with this pen that costs half of what the Bamboo Ink pen cost. To be honest, I'm not sure how much I will actually use the pen on my laptop, but I did want to get the pen since the laptop supported it. Otherwise, so far the laptop has been fine. It seems fast and its size makes it very portable. I do wish that the SSD drive it came with was PCIe based and not SATA, but I plan on replacing that as prices drop. I don't use it on the battery much, so can't say anything about battery life. At this point, I'd buy this laptop again if I had to do it over. Time will tell if I feel the same way in a year or so...

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Love this computer overall

      Posted
      sarah123
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I've had several major computer issues recently, so I have had a Macbook Pro, HP Spectre, and now this Dell Inspiron within the past 8 months. Without getting into the Apple/Windows debate, this has been my favorite of the three. Pros: great computer for the price - I got the specs I wanted for much cheaper than the other computers. You can use an SD card to increase storage if needed. The value was a priority for me, so this was a great fit. This computer is easy to use and very fast. I run a lot of applications at one time, and it hasn't slowed down a bit. I've had a few Microsoft related issues, but the computer itself has been great and I've had fewer software update/Microsoft compatibility issues than my HP had. Quieter than the Spectre. I have had no hardware or software issues with this computer and it seems to be very reliable so far (I've only had it about 2 months, however). Easy to use and the installed software support seems to be much better than HP. Cons: I have had horrible experience with Dell customer service (related to Microsoft update issues, not this computer itself), and it was particularly miserable to communicate with them. The other cons are all relatively small things - It's a bit bulkier than the HP Spectre, but I'm guessing this is the price you pay for still having most of the ports you would want (this is a pro for me). I also saw complaints about how loud this computer is when the fan is on, and it's louder than my Mac but I actually find it to be much quieter than the Spectre. The battery life is not ideal and definitely the worst of the 3 computers, although it hasn't been too limiting so far. Lastly, this is a small thing, but the power cord is 3-pronged and you can't add an extension to the power block. Overall, the pros are a much larger priority for me than the cons - would suggest this computer!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Awesome Laptop

      Posted
      pcuser
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I did tons of research before choosing this laptop. I wanted something light, portable, fast, and fairly new. This laptop checks all those boxes and is a lot cheaper than its competitors that offer the same specs. I do wish it had 512 GB SSD but with the specs and the price, I was willing to compromise. I don't do much gaming so I wasn't worried about not having a dedicated graphics card. Coming from a 15 inch laptop, I thought I would miss the extra screen size but I am really happy with the 13 inch screen, especially since it's so light and portable. I was completely used to the screen size right away. I can easily use this as a tablet and not feel like its too big and it's great for traveling. I am getting about 4-5 hours of usage on a full charge. And this is with me surfing the web, watching movies, emails, downloading big files. While doing all those things, it never slowed down. The best part of the laptop is the speed. The only downside I guess would be the fan noise when you are doing all those things. It doesn't bother me, but you do notice when it's on. I personally really like the keyboard, its nice and comfortable to use. I was surprised that it was so easy to type on. I also like that it's a back-lit keyboard since I'm a night owl and often using it in the dark. The track pad isn't as smooth to the touch as other laptops, but thankfully still usable. Overall awesome laptop, I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking at it.

      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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