Dell showcased a bunch of new products at the Computex convention in Taiwan today. The company announced its new range of Inspiron laptops, all in one PC and mini PCs. We also had the chance to look at some of the flagship products from the company like the Dell Alienware Area 51 PC and the XPS 13.
This is the new Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series laptop. It comes with a multi-touch display which has a 1080p resolution but a 4K UHD display option is also available.
These laptops feature an all aluminium build with brushed aluminum finish all around. Inside the laptop users can opt from Intel’s 5th gen Core i3 to Core i7 processors, up to 8GB of RAM and between 256GB SSD or HDD based storage of 500GB or 1TB.
The laptop can also flip like Lenovo’s Yoga laptop and can be used as a huge 15.6-inch tablet. Prices start at $549.99 (approx Rs. 35,125) but we expect an increase in price once it reaches the Indian market.
This is the 13-inch Inspiron 7000 laptop. It features the same design cues as the 15.6-inch model
It also comes with stylus, since the screen can be rotated backwards and the laptop can serve as a tablet.
This is the Dell Inspiron 11 from the 3000 series. It is an 11-inch laptop and yes, it has a rotating display as well. Prices start from $349.99 (approx Rs. 22,352)
We also saw the refreshed version of the Dell Inspiron 5000 series of laptops which will offer a wide range of configurations.
We also saw the Dell Inspiron 24 3000 all-in-one desktop. Like its laptop range this Dell all-in-one also comes in a range of configurations.
This is the Dell Inspiron 20 3000 all-in-one desktop. This is the 20-inch version of the 24-inch all-in-one we showed you in the previous slide.
Dell showcased its new mini PC range as well. The mini PC can take upto 8GB of RAM and weighs just over half a kilogram.
This small PC can easily run a large television with ease via its HDMI out and Intel HD graphics.
In the corner, we also saw Dell’s Alienware PC, the Area 51. The triangular design and the LED lighting does make it stand out.
The Dell Alienware Area 51 PC was hooked to this curved monitor. This is Dell's Ultrasharp 34-inch monitor.
The recently launched Dell XPS 13 was also on the display. It has won many design awards and features a 13-inch infinity display fitted into an 11-inch laptop chassis.
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