Dell, on the other hand, relies on plastic. Plastic isn’t bad, but it’s still plastic, and granted, it’s a nice feeling machine, but it lacks the premium feel and deluxe finish the others are going for, and yet targets similar money, leaving us a little uneasy in the value department.

If that doesn’t bother you, though, and you’re happy with Dell’s design, you’ll find something to like in the Inspiron 7000 series 13 inch.

Review: Dell Inspiron 13 7000 series (2-in-1 laptop)
Price (RRP): $1299 (starting price); Review model was $1699;
Surprisingly well spec'd for a machine this size; Decent Full HD display; Comfortable keyboard; Soft plastic exterior is very easy to grip and hold; Passive stylus included in the package, with a slot for the pen;
Chassis could do with more premium materials... or any, even; Very, very reflective screen; Overly plastic trackpad could do with some more work; Fairly ordinary battery life; 
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