We conclude another day at Computex 2014, and we have much to share with all of you! Let’s start with the Dell Inspiron 11 3000, a laptop that will bend to your needs.
I mean that “bending to your needs” comment in the most literal sense. The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 takes Lenovo’s Yoga form-factor and adopts it for this laptop. As such, it enjoys from that flexibility in form factor.
In terms of build quality, the laptop feels good, but it is not the best built device out there. It is all made of plastic and does bend a little in some areas. The display is also a lackluster, with an 11.6-inch 1366x768p display that even most smartphones beat.
Specs are not horrible, either, but they are not amazing. The Windows 8.1 computer does sport a dual-core Intel Celeron processor, 4 GB of RAM and a 500 GB hard drive. As you can see, this won’t be your high-end laptop. It has an HDD instead of an SSD, and the processor is not necessarily a winner.
The benefit here is that this computer’s price is set at a $399 starting price. This is not a bad price for the specs and convenience of a Yoga-like computer.