At this year’s Computex Dell revealed their new 2-in-1 notebook that runs Windows 10.

Called the Dell Inspiron 7000, it will be launched in the US and in China next month with 13, 15 and 17-inch variants.

All will run with a range of 6th generation Intel Core processors, and will come with support for Windows Hello and 802.11ac WiFi.

Dell explained more:

The Inspiron 13, 15 and 17-inch 7000 2-in-1s powered by Windows 10 offer flexibility, brilliant design and high performance with 6th Gen Intel Core processor options. A versatile 360-degree hinge enables four modes to suit your needs: laptop mode for typing out a paper in Word, tent mode for working on a presentation in PowerPoint, stand mode for streaming movies from the Windows Store or tablet mode for keeping up on social media with the Twitter app for Windows 10. With the touch screen you can enjoy unique experiences like markup webpages in Microsoft Edge with your finger.

The standard infrared camera works with Windows Hello, allowing you to log into your PC with your face. A precision touchpad delivers more precise pointing and gesture recognition, and a new 802.11ac wireless standard provides improved range and speed for better surfing, streaming and video chats.

You can read more about the Dell Inspiron 7000 at the source link.

Source Microsoft

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