Deal DetailsLast Edited by dealsdyker October 4, 2014 at 05:27 PM
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Link to Thread at Dell about how to upgrade memory and SSD
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In my vast outlet experience, S&D systems are usually quite good. And when not, I just call Dell in 7 days and they allow refund, or replace them.
11.6-inch HD (1366 x 768) Truelife LED-Backlit Touch Display with Wide Viewing Angle (IPS)
Flip back and relax
Tablet mode: A remarkable 360-degree hinge design lets you flip the keyboard around and lay it flat on your lap to surf social media, swipe through photos or pull up your playlists.
Tablet stand mode: Transition the tablet to an upright position so you can play games, scroll through songs, watch movies or follow your favorite recipes while you cook.
Tent mode: Watch the news, the game or catch up on your shows with your Inspiron 11 in a hands-free easel position that supports full touch interaction.
Laptop mode: With a full-sized keyboard, you can chat with friends, reply to emails faster, update family budget spreadsheets or knock out school projects.
It is a good idea to keep the following link for future reference (and grab the downloads while still available!):
When updating Hard drive or wanting a clean install, take a look at the driver compilation and notes in this post over at notebookreview (post #93, third down from top) This short guide also fixes the issue of the touchpad remaining on when in tablet mode: http://forum.notebookr
If you have issues with responsiveness of touchscreen or lags (out of the box):
The first thing to do to connect to WIFI and then run windows update manually (Control Panel->Windows Update->Check For Updates...once it finds them, then click download/install). It will also do a whole lot of disk access (even without windows update) right out of the box, and that KILLS the responsiveness.
But once it gets done doing all it's updates and configs the disk access should drop considerably and it will then be more responsive.
To see the disk activity, go into task manager. You will likely see it doing ALOT of disk stuff (app configs, etc) and pushing the disk to 100% utilization. If you run windows update and then let it just run for a few hours (yeah, hours) it should settle down significantly (ie: responsiveness should be much quicker and more consistant).