Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV

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Dell Inspiron I7370 7756SLV
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Key Specs
  • Display size
    Display size 13.30-inch
  • Display resolution
    Display resolution 1920x1080 pixels
  • Processor
    Processor Core i7
  • RAM
    RAM 8GB
  • OS
    OS Windows 10 Home
  • Hard disk
    Hard disk No
  • SSD
    SSD 256GB
  • Weight
    Weight 1.63 kg
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Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV Summary

Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV is a Windows 10 Home laptop with a 13.30-inch display that has a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. It is powered by a Core i7 processor and it comes with 8GB of RAM. The Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV packs 256GB of SSD storage.

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g and it comes with HDMI Port ports.

As of 15th April 2024, Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV price in India starts at Rs. 108,779.

Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV Price in India

Product Name Price in India
Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV Laptop (Windows 10 Home, 8GB RAM, 256GB HDD, Intel Core i7, Platinum Silver, 13.3 inch) 108,779

Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV price in India starts from ₹ 108,779. The lowest price of Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV is ₹ 108,779 at Amazon on 15th April 2024.

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Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV Full Specifications

Brand Dell
Model Inspiron I7370-7756SLV
Price in India ₹108,779
Model Number I7370-7756SLV
Series Inspiron
Dimensions (mm) 216.00 x 30.80 x 38.10
Weight (kg) 1.63
Colours Platinum Silver
Operating system Windows 10 Home
Battery Capacity (WHR) 38
Size 13.30-inch
Resolution 1920x1080 pixels
Processor Intel Core i7
Base Clock Speed 4 GHz
Hard disk No
Wi-Fi standards supported 802.11 a/b/g
Finger Print Sensor No
Ports and slots
HDMI Port Standard
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Dell Inspiron I7370-7756SLV User Review and Ratings

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  • Terrific 13" laptop that works like a pad HAS BACKLIT KEYBOARD!
    Andiesenji (Dec 24, 2017) on Amazon
    This is a very fast laptop, 13" with a bright, intensely colored screen with fantastic resolution.It is light, easy to use, the backlit keyboard is wonderful for working in low light conditions.It is sleek and looks good.There is one problem after a few days use. The "H" key sometimes fails to connect or will produce two "hh" instead of one.I am not sure why this is happening, it is random and is annoying but not a "fatal" error.
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  • Quad core i7 blew me away
    Jarucia Jaycox (Feb 10, 2018) on Amazon
    I am very impressed with this laptop. My work laptop has a 4th gen i7 with an SSD so I think it is a good comparison for an upgrade. I was so excited for the quad core i7! This new processor is so much faster! From the time you push the button to power it on, until you are logged in is less than 15 seconds!The included 8GB of RAM (soldered) will be enough for most people, but if you decide later that you need more, it is expandable up to 16GB.This combination with the SSD and the quad core i7 is a really nice setup. It isn't going to be good for gamers, with the Intel UHD Graphics 620, but they already know that.The screen is fantastic! I was surprised at how great it looks. It won't be a disappointment. The speakers are nice as wellThings I feel one should be aware of--there is no Ethernet port, which can be an annoyance. It doesn?t lay completely flat at 180 degrees, but it is close.This is going to be a GREAT laptop for most people. It is light, compact, thin, well made, and reasonably priced for what you get. I highly recommend it!
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  • This petite touchscreen laptop delivers a beautiful and crisp viewing experience.
    Reviewer (Jan 15, 2018) on Amazon
    I love the convenience this petite little laptop offers. It's quite a bit smaller than my 15" HP laptop and Chromebooks, though it's not lightweight because of the metal casing. It has a heft to it, especially for its size. That said, it still only weighs about 4 pounds and it packs a lot of features into a small little package. Here are some of our observations:* Out of the box, it required a couple of hours worth of updates.* It has Windows 10 on-board and we had no issues adding our Office 365 subscription to it.* It a face recognition option for security, but you can also assign a pass-code or password.* The display is very impressive. The blacks are very black and colors are very vibrant.* The back-lit keyboard is wonderful for browsing in a dark room .* They keyboard is pleasant to use.* The touch screen is very responsive and accurate.* The screen lays nearly flat, but does not fold all the way around to enable it to be used as a tablet.* It works well with an active stylus for sketching and navigating.* We haven't noticed any issues with WIFI capability.* Streaming is a delight. The picture, again, is bright and vibrant. This is where I go when I want to stream something by myself.* I typically have numerous tabs and multiple programs active at any given time and it handles all the traffic very easily.* Uploads and downloading speeds are respectable.* You can use either tethered earphones or Bluetooth enabled gear.* It has two USB 3.0 ports, a USB Type-C port as well as an HDMI port and SD card slot.* It boots up fast thanks to the solid state drive.* It hold a decent charge, but when I'm streaming, I tend to keep it plugged in.* The battery is neither removable nor replaceable.* The charging port is proprietary.This little Dell has become my "go-to" when I need to look up recipes in the kitchen. It's also a convenient portable media player and I always have it on-hand when we're watching TV. It's also perfect for streaming the shows that no one else wants to watch - especially in bed, when my spouse is asleep.
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  • Overall, This Is A Fine Laptop with Mobility
    Aletheia (Jan 4, 2018) on Amazon
    Despite the revolution of smartphones and tablets, still there is a need for traditional computing powers for many who work with extensive data and graphics. One of the most important elements of today?s computing is mobility ? where you can just pick up your laptop and go without worrying about weight and size. Therefore laptops like this have become more popular and the companies like Asus, HP, Samsung, and Dell have taken notice.This Inspiron 7000 series (this model is 7370) competes with Asus Zenbook 3 series and HP Spectre series. Choice is a good thing of course. Therefore ultimately it depends on your preference which laptop you should choose. I also own Zenbook 3 (i5, 124 GB, 8GB RAM) and so I can make a decent comparison.PROS:1. SCREEN. The screen is gorgeous. It is bright and because it is FHD (Full High Definition 1920 x 1080) it is a visual treat. I realized that once you go FHD it is very difficult to go back to regular HD, (I also own Dell Latitude E5430 14? 1366 x 768, while it is a very good notebook, the screen is not as good as 7370). Zenbook 3 is also FHD and they both are great for work and watching movies.2. THIN & LIGHT. It is really thin (.61inches) and light (3.09 lbs). For a laptop, this is compact and light enough to take it anywhere. Zenbook 3 is also 13.3? screen, yet is bigger than Inspiron 7370 because it has bigger bezel around the screen (and little heavier too, 3.3 lbs). It fits into smaller laptop case with no problems.3. STURDY. The notebook made from aluminum, while light, it is strong. Another thing I really like about Dell products is that they have great hinges. They are strong and they do not break easily (as Zenbook 3 series did ? a common issue ? due to design flaw). If you tilt your screen to your liking, it will not wobble ? not the case with Zenbook 3.4. PERFORMANCE. Armed with 8th Gen Core i5 and 8GB RAM, most of your programs and apps will run smoothly. I had open MS Office 2010 (Word, Excel), YouTube, Kindle reading app, and several browsers (Edge, Firefox, Opera) at the same time, and the programs ran just fine. However, as you know, this laptop cannot be used as a dedicated gaming console. I have no issues with performance for my daily tasks.5. FACE RECOGNITION. It comes with Infrared Face Recognition (part of Windows 10 that utilizes the hardware), and it works fast and well. Although Finger Print sensor would have been nice, but Face recognition is actually cool. I have come to enjoy it.6. TYPE-C PORT. This is option is great for connecting your phones, and other mediums (fast transferring data), however please note that this cannot be used as charging your laptop's battery (UPDATE - 1/15/18: It does recharge the battery when the laptop is OFF, but slowly. But when the laptop is ON, it does not recharge, but drains the battery slowly than the normal - depending on the usage. For example, I have noticed that if you watch YouTube, then battery is drained slowly, but when you work on the Word, the battery percentage has been steady).CONS:1. TOUCH PAD. Because of its smaller size, the necessary compromise is that Touch Pad is smaller than the competition (Zenbook 3 is actually quite nice). But if you use a mouse, then this is a moot point.2. FAN NOISE. Occasionally, you will hear a fan noise. Not a lot, but you will notice it.3. ONLY 2 USB 3.0 PORTS. This is due to inclusion of Type-C Port. So if you use many USB related devices, then you need to get a USB hub.4. SPEAKERS ON THE BOTTOM. The speakers are located on the bottom of the laptop, I thought this was unusual. However, the sound is clear and loud enough.Overall, I like this laptop, I am using it as a desktop, and love the screen and performance. So if you are in a market for a compact laptop with power, great screen, and sturdiness, then consider this one too along with the competition. You will not be disappointed. Recommended!
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  • Great on-the-go companion to a desktop machine
    Kc (Dec 30, 2017) on Amazon
    My configuration is a desktop for my main work in the home office and then a laptop for meetings and travel (using OneDrive) - this is a great laptop for the latter.It fits all the basics I need very well:- It's lightweight but still has excellent build quality - feels solid and robust and should be able to take some bumps and bruises.- The keyboard is a good size and comfortable for typing - backlit keys raised a little and nice response feel- Trackpad works well- Looks sharp- It's plenty fast and well powered for business applications.- Good collection of ports- Touch screen is a nice addition although not critical since it can't really be used in tablet mode which is where touch adds the most valueSome drawbacks vs. other options (note, these are clear in the spec so they're not worthy of any stars off, but just fyi) -- The screen can open 180 degrees (i.e., lie flat) but can't go 360 or be removed from the keyboard (like a surface) so it doesn't really work as a convertible tablet or work conveniently for pen input- The hard drive is nice and fast as an SSD, but at 256 GB it's much smaller than my desktop machine, which means I can't take my entire OneDrive with meTypical issues:- There's some bloatware that needs to be removed- Setup is simple with a Cortana guided wizard right when you open it. It took about 10 mins of my time to run through it, but then another couple hours of Windows doing updates before it was ready to use, and more time for bloatware removal
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