Versatile by design. Entertainment is always nearby with this sleek, lightweight and affordable 15.6″ laptop featuring a vivid HD display.

Features

Performance for when you’re on the move

Portability meets power: The thin Inspiron 14 5000 Series packs in a 4th Gen Intel Core processor so your games, apps and web pages load quickly. 

Lightweight and ready to roll: Whether your adventures take you across town, across the country or around the world, the Inspiron 14 laptop is your eager companion. At less than 1″ thin and 19% lighter* than previous designs, this brushed aluminum beauty is perfectly sized to slip easily into your carry-on, backpack or bag. A full-sized keyboard and large touchpad help you stay productive while always looking stylish.

Stay unplugged longer: Hit the road without worry. Impressive battery life means you can go longer in between charges.

Your mobile media center

Dynamic display: Video chat on the fly, watch a movie while you’re waiting for class or edit your vacation photos from your hotel room – it all looks better on the vivid 14″ HD touch screen. Brilliant HD makes every pixel count, so presentations pop and photos, videos and games come alive with sharp detail and clarity.

Studio-quality sound: Whether you’re mixing, streaming or chatting, Waves MaxxAudio delivers lower lows, higher highs and outstanding audio performance.

The forefront of touch technology

HD touch delivers crisp, brilliant images and greater immersion in your games, photos and everyday tasks.

Your every tap, swipe and scroll is more responsive and accurate with a 10-finger capacitive touch screen. Capacitive touch seems more natural and fluid than optical touch because capacitive sensors are right under the screen, compared to optical touch which uses cameras in the bezel of the laptop. Have more fun with Windows 8.1, swipe through your photo album faster and unleash your creativity with capacitive touch.


More features, major impact

Easy productivity
Zoom, point and scroll through content quickly with the large touchpad. Keep going — even in the dark — when you upgrade to a backlit keyboard for better typing accuracy in low light.

Strong, fast signal
Improved wireless performance over previous models delivers a stronger WiFi connection. The newest 802.11ac technology option connects at blazingly fast WiFi speeds across an extended range, so you can roam free and still enjoy an impressive wireless experience.

Designed for the real world — because that’s where life happens.

We want you to love your new PC for years to come. That’s why we test Inspiron laptops for reliability not just in the places where you expect it, but for the open road ahead.

Turn up the heat: From locker rooms to locked cars, we test Inspiron laptops for survival in harsh short-term heat conditions of up to 65°C/149°F.

Everything hinges on it: We test Inspiron laptop hinges to ensure they still feel tight, even after opening and closing the lid 20,000 times.

Keys to success: We test commonly used keys for 10 million keystrokes and touch pad buttons 1 million times with no failure. So go ahead, finish your novel.

Buttoned up: No matter what you set your power and multimedia buttons to do, we’ve tested them all to survive up to 40,000 pushes.

Twist and turn: Call us excessive, but after twisting an Inspiron laptop’s base and lid more than 25,000 times, we can assure you the parts inside are well protected.

Always a good fit: You’ll probably never need to remove and reinstall your Inspiron’s battery 750 times, but you can rest easy knowing that we’ve tested even that.

Specifications

Processor4th Generation Intel Core i5-4210U processor (3M Cache, up to 2.7 GHz)Operating SystemWindows 8.1 (64Bit) EnglishMemory8GB 2 DIMM (2x4GB) DDR3L 1600MhzVideo GraphicsIntegrated Video*Hard Drive1TB 5400 rpm SATA Hard DriveMultimedia DriveOptical Drive Not includedMedia Card ReaderMedia Card ReaderBiometricsFastAccess Facial RecognitionBluetoothBluetooth tied to wireless cardDisplay14.0 inch LED Backlit Touch Display with HD resolution (1366 x 768)Fax/Data ModemHDMI – YesWireless ConnectivityIntelB. CentrinoB. Wireless-AC 3160 + Bluetooth 4.0AudioDell 2.0 Speakers with Waves MaxxAudioB. 4KeyboardBacklit Keyboard – EnglishBattery3-cell Lithium Ion (43WHr) BatteryWarranty and Support1Yr Mail-In WarrantySoftware 1McAfee Peaks Live Safe – 30 daySoftware 2Microsoft Office Trial (OHT13M)Software 5CY3,FY14, AddlSW,INS NUANCE 8.1 (C3F4IN8)Disclaimer3DAO Powercord 125VLabel65 Watt

3 thoughts on “Dell Inspiron i5447-6250sLV 14-Inch Touchscreen Laptop

  1. nonpareil says:

    One sweet laptop, excellent Dell customer support Not a computer tekkie here, but a person who uses… for research, communication, recreation.This laptop has so many outstanding features and is exactly what I needed to replace my old second-hand Dell desktop running XP, which by the way, I loved. The state of the art touchscreen on this new Inspiron is fabulous, the speed is impressive, I love the back-lit keyboard which has really good spacing between keys for anyone who has big hammy fingers, or simply for those of us who are touch typists and find it easier to not have to relearn spacing every time we shift keyboards. Yes, actually fullsize. I measured. And did I say BACK-LIT – yea!I needed a lighter weight (this is 5 pounds) laptop to suspend (I will be repurposing a Bracketron vehicle mount) because I can no longer sit or stand in front of a computer for hours as I suffer from swelling in the legs. I must now spend at least part of the time prone with legs higher than heart. And that, I can assure you,…

  2. Ryan Winkleman says:

    A premium-priced laptop with “low-price” issues EDIT: Between 7/25 and 8/8/14 I was without a usable laptop. It randomly died upon me pressing the power button due to a hardware failure. Dell Customer Service was easy to work with and they sent me a shipping box and return label free of charge. I am now back on the laptop again. For those who are curious, the repair cited was a motherboard issue. I don’t want to revise my original review because this was probably an isolated incident, but I am putting this at the forefront so people can see that this did happen to me.Here is my original review of this computer:This is a long review. I will add to it as more things come up that I notice or think of. If you don’t want to read all of it, the bottom line is that I feel there are way too many issues for the price. Some of the pros include the screen quality, the dual tablet/laptop feel, and the sweet backlit keyboard. However, the physical keyboard can get in the way after a while when solely using the…

  3. Steve Z. says:

    Good PC and a great value with some small problems (Updated) This is a good PC and a good value. It’s not without small problems, but it’s well worth the money.First, the construction. This is a solidly made PC with 1 USB-2 and 2 USB-3 ports and a nice backlit keyboard with three settings-off, high and medium. The brushed metal top keeps fingerprints away, unlike like my other Dell with black plastic top. The keyboard has a nice feel to it and the hinges seem solid and should withstand a lot of openings and closings. For its physical overall size, the screen is huge and easily readable.It comes with Windows 8.1 which simply sucks. Why Microsoft chose to completely alter the GUI to make it more difficult to be productive is beyond me.The only backstep they made with 8.1 is to make it easier to boot to the Windows 7 desktop.. Basically you can use it like Windows 7 without the cumbersome and counter-productive Windows 8.1 interface which makes one wonder why they even bothered changing the interface. The remainder of the…

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