DELL INSPIRON 5379 13.3-inch laptop

Dell Inspiron 5379 13.3-inch

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71
Positive Reviews
$816.29
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Pros

  • IPS display offers good viewing angles
  • Tablet mode
  • Smooth performance
  • Runs quietly
  • Responsive touchscreen

Cons

  • PWM flickering
  • Touchpad unresponsive at times
  • Dim, color deficient display

Bottom Line

The Dell Inspiron 13 5379 13.3-inch is one of the more affordable under $1000 laptops that offers a smooth performance and offers a responsive touchscreen that is a pleasure to use in tablet mode, but the dim, somewhat color deficient display is slightly disappointing.


The Dell Inspiron 13 5379 13.3-inch laptops has received positive reviews for its good system performance, with customers finding that the laptop offers a smooth experience. Users like the the viewing angles offered by the TrueLife IPS 1920 x 1080 display, as well its versatility thanks to its responsive touchscreen and its tablet mode. It comes with a fast, 256GB SSD for storage and it runs quietly, even under stress. Furthermore, it is relatively lightweight, and therefore easily portable. Some criticism was directed towards the screens brightness, with some users finding it slightly dim and color deficient. One user also noted that the touchpad was unresponsive at times, while some reviewers pointed out that the the PWM is quite strong. The Dell Inspiron 13 5379 13.3-inch is a versatile and smooth performer thanks to the new generation Intel CPU, but the PWM flickering and overall dim display are some drawbacks that are worth considering.

  • Weight: 3.72 lbs
  • Display Size: 13.3 inch
  • RAM: 8GB DDR4
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620

Score Summary

Critic Reviews

  • 60
    LaptopMag December 3, 2017

    The Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 offers solid performance and build quality at an affordable price, but a dim screen and stiff keyboard make this machine a mediocre choice.

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  • 50
    DigitalTrends December 8, 2017

    The budget Windows notebook market has taken the same general turn for the better as the premium market, with a host of remarkably good machines being made available at attractively low prices. Budget users also haven’t been left out of the growth of the ultra-flexible 2-in-1 market, with a number of equally well-priced options.

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  • 80
    PCWorld January 25, 2018

    Dell's Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 may be a modest cousin to the company's flagship XPS 13, but for a much more affordable price it delivers quad-core performance in a slender shell—a impossible trick merely a year ago. Despite our review unit's so-so battery life and dim 13-inch display, the Inspiron 5000’s brisk performance, reasonable price and tablet-morphing abilities make it a compelling—and powerful—mid-range ultrabook.

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  • 80
    NotebookCheck February 16, 2018

    Dell has updated the Inspiron 13 5379 with an Intel 8th generation Kaby Lake processor. This is the only noteworthy change though. Aesthetically, everything remains the same, including the I/O. In this review we will be clarifying what performance you should expect from the Dell Inspiron 13 5379.

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Specifications

Graphics Intel HD Graphics 620 [View Benchmarks]
Graphics TypeIntegrated
Graphics Memory shared
RAM 8GB DDR4
Operating System Microsoft Windows Windows 10 Home
Weight3.72 lbs
Battery Life7.5 hours
Hard Drive 1256 SSD
Display Size13.3 inch
Display TypeIPS
Display Resolution1920 x 1080
Display TechnologyLED-backlit touchscreen
ConnectivityWi-Fi | Bluetooth | 2 x USB 3.1 (1 with PowerCharge), 1 x USB 2.0 | 1 x HDMI
WebcamHD
Additional FeaturesMedia card reader
Dimension (LxWxH)12.76 x 8.85 x 0.77
Warranty1 year

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