Dell introduces new Inspiron laptops

News Feb 7, 2013

Thinner models optimised for better performance

By all accounts, Dell customers asked the company for better battery life and thinner, portable designs. Well, do you know what? Dell has listened and the company has only gone and released new versions of its Inspiron laptop line.

The Inspiron 15” and 17” laptops have been handed larger battery capacities plus new, ultra-low voltage versions of Intel’s Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. They also support high-end features such as 3x3 dual-band wireless support based on the latest wi-fi N standards, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI 1.4a, stereo speakers, and Waves MaxxAudio 4 processing. The laptops also come pre-loaded with Skype and H.264 enablement for HD video chats and calls, built-in DVD drives and touchpads for use with Windows 8’s multi-touch functionality.

All the new Inspiron systems support up to 8GB RAM and come with hard drive options up to 1TB, plus Intel’s HD 4000 integrated graphics as standard (upgradeable to optional discrete NVidia GeForce or AMD Radeon graphics cards with either 1GB or 2GB video memory). The Inspiron 15 starts at £299.99, while the Inspiron 17 costs from £349.99 and is the website if you’re interested.

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