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Dell - Inspiron 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i3 - 6GB Memory - 1TB Hard Drive - Black $320@BestBuy

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what is the need for touch screen if its not 2 in 1 or detachable so you can use as a tablet?
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I will pass on this deals.
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i3-7100U .... hmmm, kind of hard to resist
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if it has intel HD 620 can it support hdmi 2.0?
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Looks like a decent deal to me for the price. Some people don't care if it's not 1080p HD. This also includes touchscreen functionality and the latest 7th gen core i3 which is nice.
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is memory upgradeable ?
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is memory upgradeable ?
I don't think Dell ever solders RAM in. on older models, they did place the ram under the mobo, which made it a pain in the ass, but they've stopped doing that for the most part.

go ahead and go to crucial.com and input the make/model and it will tell you the max ammount allowed and how many slots it should have.

I would bet this has a 2gb stick and a 4gb stick in it. but that's a guess, I could be wrong.
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is memory upgradeable ?
The specs on the Best Buy website says it's expandable to 8GB.
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what is the need for touch screen if its not 2 in 1 or detachable so you can use as a tablet?
Touch screens are useful without 2-in-1 (which to many is a gimmick). It can be significantly faster to browse by tapping a link rather than using a touchpad, esp to those unaccustomed to touchpads but used to smart phones (some elderly).
Resolution isn't great here, but could be useful for those with poor vision or who don't do much office/productivity. Mechanical HD is suboptimal vs SSD, but RAM and CPU are great. No idea why anyone would ever want to upgrade the RAM.
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Not a good one no ac, and the f7 key fell off in week, returned the laptop in a week

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I don't like touch screen laptops. It's more gimmicky than anything. The keyboard gets in the way of using it as a tablet in any form.
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My Mom bought one of these today and reports that it keeps randomly powering itself off. I have yet to get over to her place and see what exactly is going on with the thing.

Update: she returned the defective laptop in return for the same model, which seems to be working fine so far.
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I don't think Dell ever solders RAM in. on older models, they did place the ram under the mobo, which made it a pain in the ass, but they've stopped doing that for the most part.

go ahead and go to crucial.com and input the make/model and it will tell you the max ammount allowed and how many slots it should have.

I would bet this has a 2gb stick and a 4gb stick in it. but that's a guess, I could be wrong.
it's ddr4 and I have yet to see a 2gb stick of ddr4. they all start at 4gb. I don't recall ever seeing 6gb either though. it says expandable to 8gb. that usually means a single stick of ram since they make 8gb laptop ddr4. however since it somehow has 6gb my guess would be that it's a 4gb stick with 2gb soldered onboard. that can't be right though because a 8gb stick would make it 10gb and my mind is blown.

I miss the good old days when every laptop had two memory slots. of course you could not say two because apple stole that from us PC users so you had to say diggity. you would go into a part store and say I need diggity sticks of ram for my laptop!
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