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Dell Inspiron 13z (2012) Review
The Dell Inspiron 13z is a compelling ultraportable notebook value, delivering a comfortable typing experience, Core i5 power and loud audio in a customizable design.
(3.5 out of 5)
There’s a very good reason to consider buying the Dell Inspiron 13z: it’s one of the most affordable 13-inch ultraportables ever. Although just shy of Ultrabook dimensions, the 13z (starting at $579, $699 as tested) packs a third-generation Core i5 CPU, plenty of RAM and half a terabyte of storage into an attractive, 0.82-inch-thick aluminum frame. To keep the price down, however, Dell had to make some trade-offs. Are the savings worth it, or are you better off paying more for an Ultrabook?
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- Attractive design
- Comfortable keyboard
- Accurate touchpad
- Loud audio
- Below-average performance
- Annoying port covers