Dell Inspiron 15z review: This Ultrabook packs a touchscreen, but not much performance

At a Glance

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  • Dell Inspiron 15z
    $800.00

    The Inspiron 15z might appeal to Windows 8 users in search of a touchscreen option that won't break the bank, but its mediocre performance and subpar battery life fail to impress.

At a Glance

The Inspiron 15z might appeal to Windows 8 users in search of a touchscreen option that won't break the bank, but its mediocre performance and subpar battery life fail to impress.

Price when rated: $800

Pros

  • Large and wide touchscreen
  • Good audio performance
  • HD (720p) webcam
  • Built-in rewritable DVD drive

Cons

  • Sluggish performance
  • Poor battery life
  • Heavy for an Ultrabook
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