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Posted 7 March 2023

Inspiron 14 2-in-1 laptop - AMD Ryzen 7 5825U -16GB RAM - 512 SSD - £679 @ Dell

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Tech Specs
AMD Ryzen™ 7 5825U 8-core/16-thread Processor with Radeon™ Graphics

Operating System
Windows 11 Home, English, Dutch, French, German, Italian

Graphics Card
AMD Radeon™ Graphics

14", FHD+ 1920x1200, 60Hz, Touch, WVA, TrueLife™, Narrow Border, Pen Support

16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 3200MHz

Hard Drive
512 GB, M.2, PCIe NVMe, SSD

Choose your colour
Pebble Green with Fingerprint Reader

Microsoft Office
No Microsoft Office License Included 30 day Trial Offer Only

Security Software
McAfee® LiveSafe™ 12-month subscription

Support Services
1Y Onsite Hardware Service

Accidental Damage Protection

Internal Titan Grey UK/Irish Qwerty Backlit Keyboard

2 USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C® with DisplayPort™ 1.4 and Power Delivery
1 USB 3.2 Gen 1 port
1 headset (headphone and microphone combo) port
1 HDMI 1.4 port
HDMI 1.4 (Maximum resolution supported over HDMI is 1920x1080 @60Hz. No 4K/2K output)

1 SD-card slot

Dimensions & Weight
Height (Front): 15.70 mm (0.62"), (Rear): 17.86 mm (0.70"), (Peak): 18.50 mm (0.72")
Width: 314 mm (12.36")
Depth: 227.50 mm (8.96")
Starting Weight: (1.63 kg) 3.61 lb
1080p at 30 fps, FHD camera
Dual-array microphones

Audio and Speakers
1 headset (headphone and microphone combo) port
Stereo speakers with Realtek ALC3254-CG, 2 W x 2 = 4 W total

Exterior Chassis Materials:

MediaTek Wi-Fi 6 MT7921 2x2 and Bluetooth 5.2

Primary Battery
4 Cell, 54 Wh, integrated

65W Type-C EPEAT Adapter

ENERGY STAR® Qualified
Australia/New Zealand MEPS
India WEEE
Japan JEL
Korea e-Standby

Product Safety and Environmental Datasheets
Dell Regulatory Compliance Home Page
Dell and the Environment
Dell More details at Dell

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  1. outLANDish's avatar
    Someone had shared a naming convention for Ryzen models in an earlier thread to determine Zen2/3 etc. Anyone got that handy, missed to note it down?
  2. basergorkobal's avatar
    Good deal imo. Used to own one from a good few generations back.
    This looks far more premium with alloy chassis and that 16 by 10 screen.
  3. markyo007's avatar
    axgod2's avatar
    any reason?
  4. dahokolomoki's avatar
    Looks decent price for a touchscreen, 16gb ram, 512gb ssd.

    Anyone know the nits on this screen? The specs don't say.
    Manumammu's avatar
    For Inspiron 14 it says 250 nits but I can't see any mention for 2 in 1 model I suppose both are the same unless I am missing anything .
  5. RubberSalad's avatar
    Not a bad deal but not a good deal either in my opinion .
    I got a version of this for £450 just over a year ago from Dell outlet. Came with 8GB Ram so had to upgrade it.

    I bought this amazon.co.uk/gp/…tle
    For £699 about a month ago..
    Sorry but I think you should keep looking.
    I like Dell because they have Thunderbolt on some of these models , but I find recently Asus have better deals
    markyo007's avatar
    Is 14 inches big enough? Edit: Is 14 inches big enough for gaming?
  6. Sallos19's avatar
    Nice first deal @Manumammu Thanks for posting!
    Manumammu's avatar
    Thanks @Sallos19
  7. RickSanchez's avatar
    My 11 year old XPS is slowly dying, which is a shame, as it's been rock solid!

    It's a 9023, 8GB DDR3 RAM from memory. Does anyone know how this would compare?
    SiFiUK's avatar
    If its the 9Q23 that's a classic machine, built like a tank. Mine took an absolute beating, I used to take it everywhere including months of backpacking around Asia. It out lasted 3 power supplies. Its still going now but is in retirement on Linux. Believe it or not my partner ran over her XPS in a Ford Focus (don't ask me how this could happen, it still baffles me) and it was fine!!!

    This Inspiron won't have the same build quality and wouldn't last a decade of abuse but is much, much faster, way more cores and better graphics, a totally different league. Not sure the screen is great though, it'll be better than a 10 year old screen that most likely has burns by now (mine does anyway) but poor compared to the modern XPS. The battery in it is reasonable. (edited)
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