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Published on Mar 16, 2018
The Dell Inspiron 7373 might be next in line to the much superior XPS line, but it seems like a far more compromised machine than it is on paper. The performance is excellent, the build quality is good, the display is usable, but beyond that, things start going downhill. The keyboard is not particularly great, it misses out on a fingerprint scanner and then there is the appalling battery life. The subpar battery life completely annuls the point of this being an ultraportable. To be fair, even at 96K no other thin and light laptop offers the same performance or ports. However, unless you are happy sitting near to a power plug, you should skip the Dell Inspiron 7373 completely.
Alternatively, we would suggest you to spend some more and get the Dell XPS 13 in the first place, or you can also opt for the older but still powerful enough Lenovo Yoga 720, which for the price is a good machine. Even the Asus Zenbook flip is a considerable option. ------- Subscribe to Digit for the latest video updates. It's free! https://www.youtube.com/digit?sub_con...
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