Dell Inspiron 16 Plus 7630
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Average of 6 scores (from 7 reviews)
Reviews for the Dell Inspiron 16 Plus 7630
如果能让GeForce RTX 4060 以低至 60 W 的 TGP 运行，谁还需要GeForce MX 呢？它的性能可能比不上采用完全相同 GPU 的专用游戏笔记本电脑，但与去年的GeForce RTX 3050 Ti 相比，它仍然是一个重大升级。
Source: Hot Hardware EN→zh-CN
Not everybody wants to spend a fortune on premium materials, ultra-thin form factors, or gaming behemoths full of RGB accents, featuring 200 Watt power bricks. Most users would probably do well with a mid-budget, jack-of-all-trades kind of laptop and that's exactly what the Inspiron 16 Plus is. It can play the latest games, run all the productivity software anybody needs in a laptop, and the battery life is pretty great. It's not the thinnest laptop out there, and it's not made from high quality aircraft aluminum, but it's also not $2,000 as a lot of those machines would be. Instead it's about $1300 today (sometimes on sale for less) and it's got plenty of legs for all but the most demanding of users. It does get kind of loud under load if you use the ultimate performance profile, but the temperatures never get out of hand, so that's a trade-off we can live with.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 11/22/2023
Source: Tech Advisor EN→zh-CN
On paper, the Dell Inspiron 16 Plus almost seems too good to be true – does this big metal notebook really offer this much performance for a relatively affordable price? Where’s the catch? Well, at least during our time with this laptop, we can say that other than it getting really toasty and loud under load, there really isn’t a catch. If you’re looking for a powerful new laptop that can pull double duty playing games, then the Inspiron 16 Plus does a good job – as long as you don’t need cutting-edge performance. It can even give you all-day battery life for work scenarios, assuming you’re not a professional gamer, of course. Dell’s put together a machine that feels like it could cost a whole lot more, and that gives premium systems (even Dell’s own XPS 15 and the pricier Razer Blade devices) a run for their money.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 10/25/2023
Rating: Total score: 90%
Source: CNet EN→zh-CN
The Dell Inspiron 16 Plus remains just out of OLED range. I reviewed the previous version earlier this year and bemoaned the fact that it didn't provide an OLED or any other display options to upgrade. It's otherwise a competent content-creation laptop, with a powerful CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics. And content creators are the very people who would benefit the most from the superior contrast and colors you get from an OLED display. As with previous versions, Dell offers a lone display option for the Inspiron 16 Plus 7630. Despite featuring fewer pixels than the previous model's panel, the new display is an improvement. While it dropped a notch in resolution from 3K to 2.5K, the refresh rate has doubled to 120Hz. That's an important number for anyone thinking about putting its discrete graphics muscle toward gaming. Video creators will also appreciate the smoother motion of the 120Hz panel.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 10/11/2023
Rating: Total score: 76%
Source: PC World EN→zh-CN
On paper, the Dell Inspiron 16 Plus almost seems too good to be true–does this big metal notebook really offer this much performance for only around $1,600 (depending on Dell’s highly variable sale pricing)? Where’s the catch? Well, at least during our time with this laptop, we can say that other than it getting really toasty and loud under load there really isn’t a catch. If you’re looking for a powerful new laptop that can pull double duty playing games, then the Inspiron 16 Plus does a good job as long as you don’t need bleeding-edge performance. It even can give you all-day battery life for work scenarios, assuming you’re not a professional gamer, of course. Dell’s put together a machine that feels like it could cost a whole lot more, and that gives premium systems (even Dell’s own XPS 15 and the pricier Razer Blades) a run for their money.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 10/11/2023
Rating: Total score: 90%
Source: Digital Trends EN→zh-CN
The Inspiron 16 Plus falls just short of being a laptop that I can comfortably recommend. It provides good performance for all but the most demanding creators, but it doesn’t offer a display option that meets their needs. It’s priced like a premium laptop, but it’s not built like one. You expect a metal chassis and lid to be more rigid in a laptop costing $1,500 or more. And the battery life was erratic. If you’re a productivity user who wants a really fast laptop, then it’s an option. But so are many other 16-inch machines. The HP Envy 16 is close in price with a similar configuration, but it feels like a more premium laptop. In the end, I’d say to pass on this one unless its price comes down considerably.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/22/2023
Rating: Total score: 60%
Source: PC Mag EN→zh-CN
For the most part, the Dell Inspiron 16 Plus (starts at $1,199.99; $1,649.99 as tested) is a mainstream desktop replacement laptop, but it seems to have been hanging out with Dell's gaming rigs: It has an 8GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 GPU instead of humble integrated graphics, and its 16:10-aspect-ratio display has a 120Hz refresh rate instead of a vanilla 60Hz. If you'd like a 16-inch laptop with a little more visual oomph than average, whether for after-hours gameplay or demanding design or rendering apps, the Inspiron 16 Plus is a relatively affordable productivity platform that's almost a gamer and almost a mobile workstation. It doesn't quite rise to Editors' Choice recognition, but it's a viable alternative to more costly content-creation laptops like the Gigabyte Aero 16 OLED.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/20/2023
Rating: Total score: 80%
Source: Zdnet.com EN→zh-CN
The Dell Inspiron 16 Plus 7630 is a really good jack-of-all-trades laptop but also it's a master of none. It's good at various scenarios, however, there are certainly better specialty laptops out there. Should you want something made specifically for content creation or video editing, a MacBook Pro or 2-in-1 laptop with a stylus pen for drawing would serve you better. If you don't want a specialty laptop and prefer something that can handle work, school, and entertainment with aplomb, get the Inspiron 16 Plus 7630. I highly recommend it. Plus it's fairly cheap. There isn't much hardware customization as mentioned earlier. You can choose to get the 32GB RAM model which costs $1,800. Or you can shave the price down to as low as $1,200 by opting for Intel UHD Graphics. No matter how you configure the system, 1TB of storage comes included. And, if your budget allows, go with the 32GB of RAM models. You'll definitely appreciate the extra performance.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 09/18/2023
NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Laptop GPU: High-end graphics card for laptops based on the Ada Lovelace architecture.Offers 8 GB GDDR6 (128 Bit) and is configurable with a TGP of 35 - 115W (+ Dynamic Boost).
i7-13700H: 基于 Alder Lake 技术的移动 CPU，拥有 6 个高性能内核和 8 个高效内核。高性能内核提供超线程功能，可处理 20 个线程。CPU 主频高达 5 GHz。与 i9-13900HK 相比，它不支持轻松超频，但支持完整的 vPro 管理功能集。» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.
16.00": 15到16寸是笔记本电脑的标准尺寸，产品型号最为丰富。» To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List.
2.179 kg: 大部分12到16寸的亚笔记本电脑，超极本和轻盈标准笔记本电脑的重量在这个水平上。
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