Dell have lifted the covers on two brand new entry-level laptops. The Inspiron 15R and 17R are 15 inch and 17 inch laptops respectively, with a focus on sharing family photos and videos. Plenty of options in terms of components…
Intel are looking to push their new Core i3 processor big time at this year's CES, and already details of laptops and netbooks flaunting the new hardware are leaking onto the web. The latest of these leaks comes via Costco,…
Dell are preparing to launch two new multi-touch PCs. The Inspiron One 19 and Studio 17 laptop are the PC manufacturer's first computers using four-touch multi-touch hardware. Both are able to handle multiple simultaneous touches and gestures, such as pinch,…
Dell and John Lewis have signed a deal which will make the shop the first department store to sell Dell products. John Lewis will exclusively sell the Adamo XPS laptop, touted as the thinnest in the word at 9.9mm thick….
Here Zara takes a look at the latest netbook offering from Dell, the Inspiron Mini 10:
Here’s a quick spec check for anything you may have missed:
- Intel Atom Processor Z520 (1.33GHz, 533MHz) 1GB RAM
- 10.1-inch WSVGA Truelife LCD display
- 1024MB 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM
- 160GB (5,400rpm) SATA hard drive
You can pick one of these up direct from Dell for £299. They also do a version with a slightly faster processor (1.60GHz, 533MHz) which is usually £329, but is available for £309 until 24th June.
Dell seems quite content to put its new 12.1-inch screen computer in the Inspiron Mini category, even though there are plenty of standard notebook computers with similar sized screens.
An upgrade in size and specs from last month’s Mini 9, it features an Atom Z520 running 1.33GHz or Z530 at 1.6GHz, 1GB of RAM, 60GB hard drive, and Vista Home Basic operating system…
This one’s been bubbling under for a while – ever since Michael Dell was spotting carrying a tiny red notebook under his arm at All Things D. The name has changed several times, and we’ve been adding pencils to all the pictures of notebooks we can, but now it’s called the Inspiron 910. Until the next time we post about it, anyway…
Susi has a look-see at a notebook from Dell’s Inspiron range, the 1525. Will its claim that it’s 25% smaller, slimmer and lighter than the previous generation woo her? What about the Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 processor, 4GB RAM, Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator X3100, 250GB hard drive, and HDMI output?…
Dell has announced the launch of its new Inspiron 1525 notebook computers, boasting they’re smaller (by 25%), slimmer, and lighter (by 250g) than the previous generation.
The notebook boasts a 15.4-inch display, and can be customised with “four new cool patterns” for the back of the display — Blossom, Chill, Commotion and Street.
Features include optional wireless and mobile broadband, Dell MediaDirect technology for one-touch instant access to music, photos and videos, and select Microsoft Office programmes like Calendar and Contacts, without turning on the notebook, optional webcam, and ExpressCard Travel Remote.
Dell continues its push into Linux-based computers with the launch of two Inspiron notebooks in Europe.
The 6400n and 530n will come with the Ubuntu 7.04 Linux operating system ready installed. According to Dell, over 30,000 community members at the Ideastorm website asked for Dell to consider launching systems with the Linux operating system, with 100,000 participating in a follow-up survey to determine which Linux system to offer.