The Dell Inspiron 14 7400 is packed with a stunning 14.5″ QHD+ IPS display in a 16:10 aspect ratio. The extra vertical real estate thanks to the thin chin make up for an immersive entertainment experience and improve productivity as well
The Inspiron 14 7400’s screen isn’t just for show as it has a commendable color gamut of 97% sRGB and 73% AdobeRGB coverage. Users can take advantage of the color accurate QHD+ display in photo and video editing.
The peak brightness level of 323.4 nits on the Dell Inspiron 14 7400 is above average for most laptops. I personally would’ve preferred 400 nits considering it’s a bigger display both in size and resolution.
Viewing angles on the 14.5″ QHD+ display isn’t an issue as it has an IPS panel.
Fortunately, the Dell Inspiron 14 7400’s display doesn’t exhibit any backlight bleed as shown in the picture. Note that the white bar line on the bottom is just the hidden Windows Taskbar.
Built-in webcams are not a stellar thing for laptops but at least the Dell Inspiron 14 7400 includes a privacy slider to physically disable the laptop’s camera.
Despite the well-lit environment, the 720p camera’s quality disappoints, and it’s not as passable compared to other laptops. At least it’s not mounted on the bottom of the screen.