Dell’s Inspiron laptops have always been one of the brand’s most popular workhorse. The metallic brushed appearance of this product is not only attractive but also fulfills your needs. Mostly it is known for decent performance and attractive design for a reasonable price and excellent battery life. You can work seamlessly with large video files and enjoy graphically smart games with many entertaining features.
Now you have so many colorful choices to add your delicacy i.e. your Dell Inspiron laptop now comes in vibrant colors like Obsidian Black (standard), Peacock Blue, Tomato Red and Lotus Pink. You can choose the glossy ones too.
You can purchase it just for $449.99 or Rs. 28,900 (online price). You can also add up configurations to go up to $1500 or Rs. 67,900, with extra delivery charges.
- Satisfactory performance with respect to its price
- Attractive design and colors, now even got revamped
- Impressive battery life
- Blu-ray drive
- Comfortable touchpad and keyboard
What’s not good?
- Not much customizable as the other product lines of Dell
- Much advertising pitches
- Not for gamers who need high end graphics
- No keyboard backlight
- Dimensions (WD) – 13.5 x 9.7 inches.
- Height of 1.2-1.4 inches.
- System weight / Weight with AC adapter- 6.1/6.7 pounds.
- Works with Intel Core i3 380M Processor (2.53GHz/3MB cache), can upgrade to i5 processors also
- It acquires a memory up to 6GB – DDR3 1333Mhz
- Mobile Intel 5 Series Express Chipset – HM57
- 320GB 5400RPM Hard Drive, also covers wide range of hard drive options up to 640GB
- Glossy TrueLife display with 1366x768px resolution and 15.6″ (39.6cm) widescreen HD WLED
- Standard Intel HD Graphics with an option for ATi Mobility Radeon 1GB
- DVD+/-RW Optical Drive / Blu-ray drive
- Standard Dell Wireless 1501 802.11 b/g/n Half Mini Card
- Dell Wireless 365 Internal Bluetooth
- Operating system – Windows 7 Home Basic 64-Bit
- 6-cell Lithium Ion Battery
- 1 Year Complete Cover Accidental Damage Protection warranty
“Great price for a great product.” on January 3, 2011 by STLsport.
“Miles better than Dell laptops 3 years ago.” on August 4, 2010 by PugetChowder.