Editors Liked

  • Almost 9 hours of battery life. Speedy. 1080p HD screen. 10point touch display
  • The Dell Inspiron 14 7000 series provides very good performance and nearly 8 hours of battery life in an attractive, thin aluminum body. It's wellpriced for what you're getting, particularly the highestend configuration
  • Solid performance, Affordable, Attractive design, Portable form factor
  • Great Looks, Sleek aluminum enclosure, Good specifications, Responsive touch screen, Good battery backup, Light, Good speakers (for a laptop), Good implementation of sound enhancement through software
  • Excellent battery runtimes, Aluminum case, Touch display, Good touchpad
  • Long-running battery, High-resolution display, Sleek aluminum enclosure
  • Attractive, lightweight aluminum design, Beautiful 1080p backlit display, Responsive touch screen

Editors Didn't Like

  • Pricey. Bouncy screen. Only two USB 3.0 ports. Keyboard backlighting is fuzzy
  • The $800 entry version does not have a fullHD screen and it will cost you $200 more to get a configuration that does. It has a lean port and connection assortment and older 802.11n WiFi instead of 802.11ac
  • Shallow viewing angles, Keyboard flexes, No SSD option, Poor audio quality
  • Viewing angles are mediocre, Screen not as bright, Expensive for such a screen
  • Poor upgradeability, Loud under load, Unusual keyboard, Low display resolution
  • Uncomfortably sharp edges on bottom panel, Dull display, Uneven keyboard backlighting
  • Keyboard could be better, No SSD cache drive