In a recent post that garnered some attention, I had said there were some new Insprion systems based on Intel's latest Core processors. Welcome Dell's new Inspiron R series laptops. That means these new machines will offer great performance across all kinds of tasks.
These new laptops will come in three sizes: 14, 15 or 17 inches. All three will support i3, i5 and i7 processors with the updated Cougar Point chipset and will also offer support for high-end features like USB 3.0, Intel Wireless Display, HDMI 1.4, SRS sound and more. What this means ia that these new laptops will be great across a variety of tasks, so if you listen to music, or edit tons of photos or video, all three of these machines have power to spare. And battery life is solid as well with the stadard 6-cell battery. With the optional 9-cell extended battery, the Inspiron 15R gets up to 13 hours.
Performance and features are only part of the story. For these machines, Dell's offering a bit of a twist. With a simple pop and a click , you can change the look of your laptop. This new Inspiron R line featues a choice of 25 interchangeable lids whether you're just looking for a splash of color or you're going for a flashy design. To see more of what I'm talking about go to www.dell.com/SWITCH. Heres a YouTube video that illustrates the switch functionality:
Here's a summary of the main features you can expect from the Inspiron R series:
The new Inspiron R models are available today in the U.S. on Dell.com and will be available through Dell's U.S. retail partners in the coming months.
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Wow...Thats a great news...Lionel, Do you have any idea that when these laptops will enter to Indian market. I am eagerly waiting for these new generation laptops..I cant purchase from U.S dell website, as I stay in India. I called customer care executives in India, they said that they arent aware of this...Plz help me out...
I can't find the 14" with i7 processors.... are they going to show up, be it with Inspiron or XPS?
Great spec and brilliant colored cover!
Looking forward to it.
I purchased a new Inspiron 15R. And I noticed the machine that is B2 Stepping. I updated the BIOS to A03, loaded default and saved. However, it was still showed B2 stepping.