Dell recently refreshed its Inspiron notebook line with a new batch of 2-in-1s that come in a variety of configurations and sizes. Within the line’s flagship 7000 series, the 17-inch models are held up as “high-performance,” compared to their 13- and 15-inch kin. Here we review the Inspiron 17 7778, which is one rung down from the top of the heap and retails for $1,149. The only difference between this config and the top dog is that our unit has both a 128GB SanDisk SATA SSD for the OS and a 1TB 5,400rpm hard drive for data, whereas the more premium model comes with a lone 512GB SSD for an extra $200.

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