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The Dell Inspiron 2-in-1 is below the €700 mark.

Behind this laptop is a touchpad. This is the vision that Dell wanted to bring to the Inspiron. Its originality gives it a universal application for work, as well as the best use of a multimedia device. The slim aluminum body design makes it noticeably light for a 2-in-1 (1.57kg) and therefore relatively easy to transport. Its technical data sheet allows it to run without slowing down and perform multiple greedy tasks without batting an eyelid. The device is powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 5700U processor paired with 16GB of RAM, which even allows it to run multiple games like Civilization VI at the correct refresh rate flickering at least 30fps with graphics pushed to their limits. It will also allow you to work on your editing software in good conditions. The keyboard has a pleasant backlight, which is very convenient in the dark, and the keys themselves are surprisingly soft and pleasant to type on.

When folded, the Inspiron turns into an excellent multimedia device. The 1920×1200 pixel FHD+ screen displays crisp and clear images, perfect for watching a movie or series. The touchscreen is responsive and responds well to touch commands. A 1080p webcam is a plus, while many other computers still only have a 720p webcam.

It has a number of connectors, namely USB 3.2 Type-A and two Type-C for charging your device.

Finally, in terms of storage, it has a 512GB NVMe SSD, which is enough to store many of your files.

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