Ever felt like you could use a 17-inch Windows 10 tablet? Well Dell has finally got you covered, because this morning the company unveiled the world’s first 17-inch 2-in-1 laptop hybrid at Computex 2016 in Taiwan.

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Most people can do just fine with 13-inch and 15-inch screens, and Dell knows that too; its Inspiron 7000 convertible laptop line also includes 13- and 15-inch versions. Each of them has a 360-degree “versatile” hinge that lets you use the device in several different modes, including laptop mode, tablet mode, stand mode and tent mode.

The Inspiron 7000 line feature sixth-gen Intel Core processors, Full HD wide-angle displays, SSD drives, infrared cameras, Windows Hello support, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, standard backlit keyboards, precision touchpads, USB Type-C support, Waves MaxxAudio Pro audio software and Windows 10 under the hood.

The new Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 laptops will be available online at Dell.com later this week, starting on June 2nd. Initially, they’re launching in the US and China, with prices starting at $749 for the cheapest version.

If that’s too expensive, you should also know that Dell also announced a budget 2-in-1 laptop as well. The Inspiron 11 3000 has an 11-inch display with 1366 x 768 resolution, Intel Core M3 processor, and a $249 price tag. The device is also launching on June 2nd in the US and China.

More details about Dell’s complete new lineup of Windows 10 2-in-1 notebooks are available at the source link below.

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