Impressive Dell Laptops Using Backlit Keyboards
The following two Dell mobile machines allow you to work in the dark with more ease than before thanks to their incredible keyboards featured with backlit tech which therefore allows you to both see the buttons and manage the difficult tasks. Dell’s XPS Ultrabook XPS13-925SLV and Latitude E6520 have become two of the most appreciated products of their series especially thanks to this reason, the backlit keyboards. Many fans and busy professionals consider that they made the best decision possible when acquired the two models. But aside of their remarkable components, the two systems are also able to provide and produce both superior performances and high potentials so you can do your job without fearing the worst.
More precisely, the first model, Dell’s XPS Ultrabook XPS13-925SLV, shares a wonderful screen and interface. For instance the system is run by an outstanding processor made by Intel and included in the 2nd Generation Core i5 series clocked at 1.6 GHz. Here, we add that this CPU can be overclocked at 2.3 GHz thanks to an incredible Turbo Boost technology meant to improve the efficiency of the work. Also, the computer features a smaller screen measuring 13.3 inches which makes it perfect for all the flexible activities and tasks.
Concerning the system memory, it develops 4 GB of DDR 3 SDRAM so you can manage more applications at the same time and run more programs simultaneously. Your files and folders will be kept on a 128 GB solid state drive and the graphics is powered by an Intel HD 3000 chip. Finally, we add that the networking and interface are featured with an IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ Wi-Fi tech meant to improve the online activities and a couple of USB ports, one of which type 3.0, meant to improve the connectivity between the computer itself and other external devices. Depending on store, this product, which supports Windows 7 Home Premium OS, costs about $1,000.
The second model we want to insist on is Dell Latitude E6520. This one also comes with a remarkable configuration and a larger display. More precisely, the system is powered by a fast Intel Core i7 CPU clocked at 2.8 GHz, speed that allows you to run even the latest applications on market. Moreover, the screen measures 15.6 inches and uses an Active Matrix TFT Color LCD so you can watch the movies in higher video quality and clarity.
Just like the previous system, this model sustains the multitasking through a 4 GB DDR 3 SDRAM system memory, meant to elevate the productivity. Its networking shares among others an IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi tech and a Gigabit Ethernet LAN, while the interface provides a Mini PCI Express slot and four USB 2.0 ports. As for the price, the computer costs about $1,100, depending on store.