Dell Inspiron 11” Convertible Laptop with 1.0GHz Intel M3-7Y30 Dual-Core Processor, 4GB RAM, and 500GB Hard Drive
With easy conversion from a traditional laptop to a touchscreen display, this lightweight device can travel with you anywhere.
Touchscreen Display: Tablet-Like Control
Zoom in on photos, jump to the next story on news apps, or play a mobile game on a bigger screen—all without using the keyboard or touchpad. A touchscreen display expands your control, giving you more ways to interact with apps and programs that support touch gestures. For more traditional tasks, such as answering emails, you can move back to the keyboard at any time.
Video Chat with Anyone, Anywhere
A built-in webcam can make it feel like people miles away are in the room with you, helping you connect more clearly than with a phone call or email. Collaborate with colleagues in other offices, listen as your niece or nephew rapturously explains their finger painting, or laugh every time your friend’s cat walks across their keyboard.
An OS for the Modern Machine
Windows 10 pairs the flexibility of a traditional computer operating system with the intuitive layout of a mobile OS. A fast new web browser, the media- and app-filled Windows Store, and Cortana personal assistant come pre-installed, working together to help you easily navigate to what you’d like to see or do. If you’re using only the touchscreen, Windows 10 also has a dedicated tablet mode that makes everything easier to tap with just a fingertip.
- Product number: INS169709PC
- Operating system: Windows 10 Home
- Screen: 11” LED-lit touchscreen display
- Resolution: 1366X768
- Processor: 1.0GHz Intel M3-7Y30 dual core
- Graphics processor: integrated
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 500GB hard drive
- Optical drive: no
- Webcam: yes
- WiFi: 802.11AC
- Bluetooth: yes
- Weight: 3.07lb.
- Product dimensions: 0.82”x7.95”x11.48”
- Condition: new
- 1-year warranty from Dell
In the box: laptop, battery, and AC power adapter
Michael Dell has always been a little bit ahead of the pack. At the age of 16, he was running a personal stamp auction and newspaper subscription service, earning more money than his high school Economics teacher. As a freshman at the University of Texas, he was building and selling computers, and by 27, he had earned a ranking on the Fortune 500, the youngest CEO to do so. His belief that “technology is about enabling human potential” helped cement his company as the cornerstone of the PC revolution, especially once the advent of the Internet kickstarted the brand’s enthusiastic embrace of online sales and customer service. Today, Dell remains a reliable name in PC desktops, laptops, and accessories for work or home, especially with the company’s unique customizable features.