The 'screen' pops off, and you can use it as a tablet. This could be useful for watching media in bed, or if you wanted to draw something on the display while it's flat on a table (drawing diagrams, for example).
The included keyboard goes right out to the edge of the casing, but it's still very small. Typing on it will feed cramped, and the keys feel mushy and small. It won't be a keyboard you look forwards to using, however it will be much better than using any on-screen keyboard especially for l...
Navigating through webpages can be a pain as every time you use the back button it will need to reload the page. As soon as you put YouTube in the background, it will stop. Using two apps in the foreground will perform well enough.
Most of the other laptops have a small 11-13" display, but you can fit more on the Ideapad's screen. Running two programs side-by-side will offer more information for each, and the HD resolution is high enough for adequate pixel density.
The hinges on the Inspiron 13 7000 allows the screen to bend all the way back and meet the keyboard, allowing it to be used like a tablet. It will be thicker than a regular tablet, and on the rear you will feel the keys (which are disabled in that mode), but it's a neat option which makes in-b...
The laptop struggles with heating and performance when used for intensive applications because of the fan-less design of the Intel Core M processor. Heavier tasks require more processing power, which can't be provided without a fan to keep it from overheating.
Included is 1 year of Microsoft's Office suite subscription, which includes Word, Excel, and Powerpoint as well as 1TB of cloud storage. Once the subscription ends, it costs $100 per year (or $10/month).