Intel’s 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake family of processors really impressed us in terms of is single-threaded performance gains as well as its general high level performance. It doesn’t matter what the task, content creation, productivity or otherwise, 11th-generation Core processors from Intel could handle it with ease. The only problem, as we saw it, was that the newest tech was only initially available in some higher-end, high-priced systems. Dell has come to the rescue today, however, with its midrange Inspiron 14 5000 series of notebooks and 2-in-1 systems, and we think the price is just right.
Dell has a pair of Inspiron 14 5000 systems up for sale on the PC maker’s own website. It starts with the flexible and versatile 2-in-1 notebook, all of which come with a 14-inch touch-enabled display, NVMe solid state storage, and 3,200 MHz DDR4 memory in a single-channel configuration. That’s not as big