Dell Inspiron 14 7425 2-in-1 to wszechstronny podręcznik inscenizacji, który zapewnia wszechstronność i wygodę. Posiada 14-calowy ekran dotykowy, matrycę FHD i procesor Intel Core i7-1065G7, dzięki któremu można wykonać wszystkie zadania z maksymalną wydajnością. Inspiron 14 7425 2-in-1 jest wyposażony w system Windows 10 Home, a także w mocny i wytrzymały akumulator, aby zapewnić Ci nieprzerwaną pracę. Ponadto ma wbudowany ekran dotykowy, abyś mógł w pełni wykorzystać swoją twórczość, zaś zaawansowana technologia Wi-Fi i Bluetooth umożliwia połączenie z siecią bezprzewodową bez żadnych problemów. Dell Inspiron 14 7425 2-in-1 to doskonały podręcznik inscenizacji dla wszystkich, którzy chcą wygodnie i wydajnie wykonywać swoje zadania.
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A direct comparison to the HP Envy x360 would have been interesting. The HP is reviewed rather positively without any of the weird behaviour you experienced. And they seem to occupy the same spot on the market.
Dell has always done this; you can't find a laptop in the history of this company with an AMD cpu that doesn't have some wierd/incompetent (perhaps even malicious) decisions being made that affect the performance and/or experience negatively. I'm not saying 2004-2008 is happening again in some form but yeah very wierd/interesting laptop.
idk if this is a bug but the display color have a lil bit of issues that gray color looks a bit bit bit orangey
I can 100 % vouch for this 360 hinge form factor, although this particular laptop is very underwhelming. If you want to just consume content on the go, the tent and tablet modes will make the device's footprint much smaller. For example I can watch videos in my very small kitchen while cooking because of the tent mode. Watching movies on the train with the tablet mode is quite excellent (provided a bright screen) as I can easily switch seating position & screen angle. And when it's time to get stuff done (or do some light gaming), the laptop mode is there.
With my XPS 13 I had Dells Power Management program installed by default which was my only option for getting different power and fan profiles. Not liking the 'force' dell ecosystem out of the box but the XPS is still great considering I got it as a Black Friday sale last year.
I have the 2020 version of this. Only difference is that it has the 4500U which lacks SMT so only 6C/6T. Spec'd like the 5500U mentioned earlier in the review. I have been enjoying it. Only made 1 video with it with Resolve just to see how it performed, definitely not what this was made for. Only in a pinch when on the road. Gaming was alright but no AAA games, get a dedicated GPU.
I recently got a MSI Modern 15 with the 5700u. TBH its been great for my needs. I added another 8gb stick for dual channel ram and the performance has been awesome so far. I was going for a 5800u but hardware prices in Bangladesh are absolutely disgusting so I had to settle for a 5700u. It's still great tho
I just got the Ryzen 7 version of this with 512 ssd, refurbished with discounts $713.00 shipped. The touch pad problem is still there, using the double tap instead of trying to left click works much better. The radeon software has alot of color adjustments which are not turned on by default which help alot. Speakers seem to be ok, no trouble with tent mode. Have not looked into some of the other issues mentioned in the video yet.
I think you missed the mark on the reasoning behind the Zen 2 usage. Part of it is fulfilling supply (and using unsold supply they might still be contractually required to get). But look at what the odd numbered chips were last year. HT disabled versions of the higher even numbering. While Zen 3 has a significant performance increase in single core. The MT performance of using HT enabled chip is going to be a wash or maybe even slightly better. Customers (OEMs) still have options for lower priced Zen3 U chips, but by offering the 4800 as a 5700, they also let them decide to prioritize MT performance in their ULV CPU's if they want to go that route. Personally while the naming scheme may have people confused on what chip they are getting, it seems a better solution than 4 separate chips with just haphazardly lowered core speeds and cache settings to create some kind of segmentation for no reason. I get why Intel does, they have production that will allow them to have millions of CPU's per sku. AMD not so much and it doesn't seem to be the type segmentation they are a fan of doing.
Thank you for making these really nice videos! Have you seen the DELL Inspiron 16 Plus? It seems to be a great option, but almost no one talks about it. Keep up the good work!
The price isn't great compared to the Vivobook the 5500u is $529 and $799 for the 5700u. The only major benefit the Inspiron has is USB DP charging vs DC jack on the Vivobook, and a larger battery 42 vs 54. The price difference is significant, getting the 5700u Vivobook with 16GB of ram and 1TB of SSD for the cost of the 5500u 8GB 256GB Inspiron is a large upgrade.
this laptop whenever i got it genuinely surprised me. It’s very nice and the backlit keyboard is great, and it’s 2 in 1 and touch screen, so a beast when it comes to work. But whenever i downloaded some games for on the go and stuff, o m g. It can run Minecraft at an average 60 FPS and with a higher end game, like rocket league, it ran 65! I guess the only downside I had was the fan is fairly loud when i start up games even when the computer is cool. However, this is a lower end laptop, and the trackpad is underwhelming, so i just use a regular mouse. Overall, it’s a pretty nice budget laptop in my opinion. nice review as well!
This is what I've been looking for - a 2-in-1 with Ryzen 5000. Thanks for the review.
I'm holding out for next year's HP Envy 14 which might come with a Alder Lake CPU and 3050TI.
I'm literally only buying this to have a capable programming unit on the go. It has USB-C PD and DP, could care less if the screen doesn't cover 98% SRGB. I'm mostly after the USB-C port, and the 6 core 12 thread ryzen to be able to multi-task better. Got this for a steal Black Friday 2021, so I couldn't be more happy.
I think it's better to think of as the 5500u and 5700u as a 4600u and a 4800u you can actually find. Like Zen 3 U-series, a Zen 2 U-series processor with SMT was impossible to find last year, and towards the beginning, Zen 2 barely existed at all.
I love to 2 in 1s I can't go back to a Regular laptop. Once I got one with a good graphics card. That was all I needed. I could understand why people don't like them. they'll be just as good a normal laptops eventually
I have an inspiron 14 2in1, a last gen one I got on sale for like 650 with a 4700u, 16gb, and a 512gb ssd. It's a good laptop, but I wish I spent the extra money on something with a better screen.
2021 made great laptops affordable.. i think it's "the m1 effect"