Reviews For New Dell Inspiron Laptops
If you can not split with Dell brand and want your next computer to be more powerful than the one you are about to replace, try out Inspiron I15N-3456BK and Inspiron I15N-0909BK. Priced in the region of $400, the two machines come with medium sized screens and very remarkable configurations which include among others productive processors, large system memory dedicated to busy days and complex tasks and pretty spacious hard disk drives where you can store all the important data, including applications, software and programs. Moreover, they develop amazing networking so you can chat and surf the internet with ease.
For example, the first model we are to introduce you, Dell Inspiron I15N-3456BK, this one is run by a fat processor though part from older series, namely an Intel Pentium CPU clocked at 2.13 GHz, speed that helps you get your job done easily. As we mentioned above, the machine shares a 15.6 inch display using a 720p resolution, a True Life tech and a HD LED screen so you can watch favorite clips and browse favorite photos in higher clarity. Aside of this, the system sustains the multitasking through a 4 GB system memory, DDR 3 SDRAM, expandable to 8 GB for a better productivity.
All the files and folders will be kept on a 500 GB hard disk drive, including multimedia stuff and important data. An Intel HD chip sustains the graphics, while the interface shares among others a digital media card reader supporting three types of sticks and cards, including secure digital, multimedia card and memory stick. Concerning the networking, it is featured with a 10/100 Ethernet LAN and an IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi.
As for the OS compatibility, this computer, which measures 1.2 inches height, 14.8 inches width and 10.2 inches depth, also supports Windows 7 Home Premium.
The second product, Dell Inspiron I15N-0909BK, comes with a more powerful processor and a larger system memory. More precisely, the computer is run by an Intel Core i3 CPU clocked at 2.66 GHz. As for the multitasking it will be powered by a 6 GB system memory, DDR 3 SDRAM, expandable to 8 GB. Just like the previous computer, this one shares a 15.6 inch screen using a 720p resolution, a HD support, LED backlit and a True Life tech meant to improve the video quality.
Its hard disk drive allows you to store 500 GB of files and documents, while the graphics uses an Intel HD chip meant to offer you more detailed images for when you follow favorite clips on the internet. This system also allows you to stick more devices to it thanks to three USB 2.0 ports. Finally, we add that the networking provides an IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and a 10/100 Ethernet LAN and that is supports Windows 7 Home Premium.