Earlier this year, we checked out Dell's top-end Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 notebooks. Packing plenty of power and great design into an affordable notebook isn't easy, but Dell pulled it off with aplomb. Applying much of the same formula to the mid-range Inspiron 5000 series (MSRP $449.99, $649.99 as tested) was a no-brainer, and the end product is also quite impressive.
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|Operating System||Windows 10|
|Length (short end, closed)||10 in.|
|Width (long end, closed)||15 in.|
|Thickness (closed)||.8 in.|