expired Dell Inspiron 13 7000 FHD 13.3" Touchscreen i5-8250U, 8GB, 256GB SSD $1048 @ JB Hi-Fi


A decent travel laptop at a good price. Not what you want for gaming or heavy video editing but solid for everything else on the go. The i7-8550U version with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD is currently on sale for $1,599 ($700 off) on Dell's site.

13.3" Full HD (1920x1080) Narrow Border Touchscreen Display
Intel Core i5 8250U Quad Core Processor 1.6GHz (3.4GHz 6MB)
256GB SSD Storage
Intel® UHD Graphics 620 with shared graphics memory
SD Card Reader + Webcam
802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth v4.2
1 x HDMI Port
1 x USB C 3.1 Port
2 x USB 3.1 Ports
Backlit Keyboard
Windows 10 Home

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    I am using the Latitude 7280 at work which has similar but lower specs (i5 7300U) and its already very good for corporate work (e.g. resource intensive spreadsheets and office suite).

    One question for those who might be in the know. If a prospective buyer is interested in this Inspiron (or any laptop), how would they get a dual monitor set-up without a docking station?

    I'm currently using a docking station with the Latitude that utilises a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable on one monitor and VGA (M/M) cable for the second monitor.

    Would a docking station have to be purchased?

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      I think for this laptop the hdmi output and and the usb c output could be used, if the monitor doesn't take usb-c/thunderbolt 3 then a usb to hdmi adapter could be bought for example

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      Really depends on what kinds of video-outputs it already has. Some laptops already have HDMI + DisplayPort/DVI/etc, or any combination of two so they're set.

      This one has a HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.1 port, so you can use a USB-C to HDMI/DVI/DisplayPort dongle for a second monitor.

      Some protocols such as HDMI and DisplayPorts even support daisy-chaining, but afaik very very few monitors support this, so while one such port might theoretically allow you to connect to 2+ monitors, it's not usually a practical option.


    I use one of the models at the top of the page. Very easy and works well. https://www.displaylink.com/products/usb-adapters

    Edit- was meant to be a reply to question above about dual monitor setup.


    What’s the battery life on this one, would it be an all day type of life or just 2-3 hours?