Intel's 11th generation Core "Tiger Lake" processors have recently launched, and laptops featuring them are already going on sale ahead of Black Friday. One such laptop is Dell's new Inspiron 14 5000 2-in-1, which boasts an 11th Gen Intel Core i5 processor alongside integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics. Dell's model costs $799, which is currently on sale from Dell's website, and offers superb battery life compared against alternative spectrum devices such as the Dell XPS 14z, Lenovo Yoga 15 300, and Toshiba Satellite Echo 330.

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