Laptops used to be pretty straight forward, they came in one design and you used them as a laptop and that was all. Now with convertible laptops gaining popularity devices like the new Dell Inspiron 5000 9W20T that can give you multiple modes and greater flexibility in how you use your laptop are available. Below we are going to look at everything this new model has to offer and what some of its key benefits and downsides are.
Processor: Intel Core i5
Memory: 8 GB of RAM
Storage: 256 GB SSD
Screen: 13.3 Inches
OS: Windows 10
– With the convertible design you not only get a laptop model but can use this device as a tablet and easily switch between the two depending on what is convenient at the time. Having two devices to cover both these needs is no longer necessary and gives this laptop an edge over your standard design
– Dell didn’t just focus on one new feature to implement into this model, they made sure you had some performance to back it up as well. It features a powerful Intel Core i5 processor along with 8 GB of memory
– Most consumers who are interested in this laptop put mobility as a key feature they desire. This laptop weighs just 1.62 KG making it very light to carry for extended periods of time
– Not just one but two USB 3.0 ports are available
– The fast performing SSD drive is overall, a plus but it does lack any serious storage space for those that have high file saving demands. For some this may cause them to rely on external or online storage more than they would like too
– If you are used to big screen devices such as 15.6 inch laptops or even a full sized desktop computer the shift to a smaller 13.3 inch display may take some getting used to
The Dell Inspiron 5000 9W20T offers great flexibility in how you use your device and even has some decent performance to back it up. What consumers will really love is all of this comes at a price tag that isn’t overly scary.