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Our Inspiron 13 7000 was armed with a 6th Generation Intel Core i5-6200U processor with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD, which provided generally good performance. I encountered zero lag when I split my screen between a streaming 1080p video and a dozen Chrome tabs (including TweetDeck and a Google Doc) as Windows Defender ran a full-system scan in the background.
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When we ran the GeekBench 3 benchmark test for overall performance on the Inspiron 13 7000, the hybrid earned a score of 5,775, which beats the average ultraportable notebook (4,796). The Core i5-6200U-powered Aspire R 14 (6,266) and Yoga 700 (5,855) both earned better scores, as did the Core i7-6500U-powered Satellite Radius 12 (6,258).
The reason laptops with the same CPU earned better scores may be their faster hard drives. The Inspiron 13 7000 performed poorly on the Laptop Mag File Transfer Test (which times how long it takes to duplicate 4.97GB of mixed media). The first unit’s 128GB SSD finished in 57 seconds, a rate of 89.3 MBps, and the second model we tested was even slower (58.46 MBps). That’s far worse than the 256GB SSD drives on the Aspire R 14 (164 MBps), Yoga 700 (145 MBps) and Satellite Radius 12 (203 MBps), as well as the average ultraportable notebook (162 MBps).
The Inspiron 13 7000 still performed well in the OpenOffice Macro test, matching 20,000 names to their addresses in 4 minutes and 41 seconds. That’s faster than the Yoga 700 and the average ultraportable notebook but slower than the Satellite Radius 12 and the same as the Aspire R 14.