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Dell Inspiron Chromebook 2-in-1 14 C7486-14" FHD Touch - i3-8130U - 4GB - 128GB eMMC
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- 14.0 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) TrueLife LED Backlight Touch IPS Display with EMR Pen Support
- 8th generation Intel Core i3-8130U processor
- 4GB system memory for basic multitasking; 128GB eMMC flash memory
- 360° flip-and-fold design; Intel UHD Graphics 620; Bluetooth 4.0; HDMI output; Backlit keyboard; Built-in webcam; Next-generation Intel Wireless-AC connectivity (2x2, 867 Mbps)
- Google Chrome OS; Does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive; Stylus pen not included; Color: Urban Gray
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Automatically downloads and installs security and software updates, so you don't have to waste your time managing patches and waiting for restarts.
14" Full HD touch screen for hands-on control
Touch navigation makes the most of Chrome OS. The 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity. The IPS technology provides wide viewing angles. Features LED backlight.
8th-generation Intel Core i3-8130U processor
Features an ultra-low-voltage platform and smart dual-core, four-way processing performance for HD-quality computing.
4GB system memory for basic multitasking
Adequate high-bandwidth RAM lets you smoothly run multiple applications and browser tabs at the same time.
128GB eMMC flash memory
This ultracompact memory system is ideal for mobile devices and applications, providing enhanced storage capabilities, streamlined data management, quick boot-up times and support for high-definition video playback.
360 degree flip-and-fold design
Offers versatile functionality with laptop, audience, tabletop, presentation and tablet modes.
Intel UHD Graphics 620
On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.
Bluetooth 4.0 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.
HDMI output expands your viewing options
Connect to an HDTV or high-definition monitor to set up two screens side by side or just to see more of the big picture.
Next-generation Intel Wireless-AC connectivity (2x2, 867 Mbps)
Features the 1280 x 720 resolution and integrated analog microphone.
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In the end after ready other reviews and watching youtube videos of various offerings I looked at two primary deciding factors: 1. Can I do what I want to do with a Chromebook? and 2. What is it I want to be able to do? I want to get back into writing...Chromebooks lets me use Google Docs. It isn’t Word, but that’s fine. And I wanted to be able to use internet. Chromebooks are primarily web based. And so far it is really responsive and faster than any of my previous computers or even the computers I use at work. Looking at my previous usage of computers I realized that even were I to get a Windows PC or a Macbook, the usage itself would not change drastically. I’d use it for writing and internet.
I wanted a Chromebook that would have a good screen and build with a backlit keyboard that could function as both a laptop and an oversized tablet for drawing. The Dell Inspiron 14 chromebook fit the bill in regards to those features. So I zeroed in and did my research and bought one.
Ease of Use
Setting up this Chromebook was really easy. Finding my wifi password took longer than the overall setup of this computer. After powering it on, basically it just wanted my Google username and password and then it walked me through setting up my internet connection and gave me the option of viewing tutorials or a tour of features.
The mouse is responsive and has many ease of use gesture options available. The keyboard feels great and I love that it is backlit so that I can work in darker settings.
There is no sleep option though closing the lid seems to put it to sleep. And shutting down is quick as is starting it up; just takes a few seconds and using the Smart Lock feature I can unlock it with my phone.
Not much for me to say here. It is solidly built, a little heavier than some of the other Chromebooks I looked at, but is very pleasant looking. It has a microSD slot, two USB-C ports, either one of which can be used for charging the laptop. It has one USB port and place to plug in headphones. The monitor can fold backwards to become a tablet; since it is a bit on the heavy side you will probably want to lay it down on your lap or use it in tent mode. The built in speakers are downward facing but audio is loud and clear. Beneath the computer’s base on the right side is a stylus that works wonderfully; I really liked discovering that my Samsung Note 8’s S-pen works on this screen and this computer’s stylus works on the Note 8.
There aren’t function keys on the keyboard, at least not labeled though there are shortcuts to them and you can, I believe, change the behavior of the number keys to perform same as function keys.
As a writer I was surprised at first to find that there is no caps lock key, but I soon learned that ALT + SEARCH key turns on caps and a simple SHIFT press turns it back off.
Screen and Audio
The screen is very vivid and bright, full HD. And as I said earlier, despite having the built in speakers under the base of the computer sound is clear and easy to hear.
All-in-all I am very pleased with this purchase. At $545 at time of purchase it definitely on the more expensive side of Chromebooks. However, this seems justified in excellent build quality; it feels premium to me. If you are looking for a great Chromebook and are not against having much of your work/usage take place online and saved in the cloud, I would definitely recommend this computer.
1. The screen is night and day from the HP X360 Chromebook. The screen on the Dell is so much brighter and the colors seem to pop more. I ran them side by side and at all brightness levels you can clearly see the difference. Since I interact with the screen the most, this was important to me.
2. While the look of the HP Chromebook grew on me with its two toned color choice, the Dell not only looks more premium in person, more professional in person, but it is built like a tank and you can see and feel the difference. I am not saying the HP feels cheap in any way, but the Dell just feels more substantial in the hand.
3. The keyboard is easier to read in bright light on the Dell. This may not be a big issue for some but it is for me. The letters show up more on the black keys on the Dell than they do on the blue keys on the HP. I will say the typing experience on the HP is slightly better than the Dell due the great track pad on the HP. It is made of glass where the Dell's track pad is not.
4. The Dell comes with a built in stylus and digitizer that makes it work. Please not I can also use my Galaxy Note 9's S-Pen on this screen as well. You cannot use a stylus on the HP. Some may not be concerned with this, but at times I need to be able to sign documents, and have my clients sign documents when I am out of the office.
My only 2 complaint are 1. the HP was lighter in weight than the Dell. You will get used to the weight, it is still portable, and if you are coming form a lighter laptop, I would be lying if I said you would not notice the difference, because you will. 2. the wifi is not as strong as the HP. I haven't dropped signals, but I notice the HP kept a stronger signal for farther distances than the Dell. My wifi is upstairs and my home office is down stairs and I still have a good signal as I type this review. You will not loose the signal, I just wanted to be honest as to what I notice between the two.
That's it. I have this Chromebook, my wife has this Chromebook, and my kids now want this Chromebook. It is an excellent alternative for anyone looking for a premium, well built, and fast laptop. I bought i on sale for $400 on one of the sales on Amazon. If you get at that price this is a no brainer. But even at $500 you will enjoy this thoroughly.