Dell unveils Inspiron 7000 convertible

Dell Inspiron 7000 17-inch Windows 10 convertible
Dell Inspiron 7000
Although Dell mentioned this large convertible in a press release, its detailed specs are not public yet, but it should go on sale this week.

Dell has a rich portfolio of products on display at Computex these days, and most of them are expected to go on sale this summer. However, the 17-inch Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 Windows 10 convertible goes on sale today, but Dell did not unveil any of its specs and features in the official press release about all the products they are showing at the well-known international trade show in Taipei.

Although 2-in-1 convertibles are usually made with portability in mind, the Inspiron 7000 is far from it. Since its 15-inch sibling weighs almost 5 pounds, the Dell Inspiron 7000 might end up as heavy as two 13-inch ultrabooks. Given its size and weight, it is no surprise that this will be the world's first 17-inch convertible. Most users will probably avoid using the Inspiron 7000 as a tablet, but this machine can act as both a desktop replacement and a competitor to Samsung's 18.4-inch Galaxy View.

Dell reveals that Inspiron 7000 will only be available via and in retail Best Buy stores located in the US, as well as via We will get back to it as soon as all the details on its specs and pricing show up.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-06- 2 (Update: 2016-06- 2)
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