At Computex 2015, Dell took the opportunity to refresh its Inspiron line of computers with new laptops, desktops, all-in-ones, and mini PCs. Dell continues to prove with its Inspiron line that affordability and low-quality don’t go hand-in-hand as the company insists on using high quality materials and the latest hardware components in its PCs.
The new Inspiron 5000 series laptops come in three sizes; 14”, 15”, and 17”. Available with the latest generation processors from both Intel and AMD, the laptops are good enough for everyday computing needs. They come with HD displays with optional touch support and start at $449. They are available now in the USA, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia-Pacific regions, and Dell.com today.
Then there’s the Inspiron 15 7000 series that come in two form factors. Buyers can choose from a 2-in-1 design that flips around, transforming into a tablet, or a traditional notebook form factor. The 2-in-1 is designed out of aluminum and features a backlit, full-size, spill-resistant keyboard. It will be available on June 23 in the USA starting at $549.99. The traditional notebook form factor on the other hand is designed with performance and gaming in mind. Featuring the latest Core i7 quad-core processors and NVIDIA graphics with up to 4GB of graphics memory. This laptop however will only be sold in China with no official word on availability in other regions.
Dell also unveiled its new Inspiron 20 and 24 all-in-one desktop PCs. As expected, they also feature some of the latest processors from Intel and AMD and also come with AMD R-Series graphics, which will support DirectX 12 when Windows 10 is released. The Inspiron 20 is available now in the China and will be coming to the USA in October starting at $329. Its bigger sibling is available now in those regions starting at $479.99.
The Windows OEM made some bold design decisions with its new Inspiron desktops that now come in a black finish with red accents. They’re available with Intel and AMD graphics and a choice of AMD Radeon or NVIDIA GeForce graphics for those looking to game or run resource intensive applications. Both the full size Inspiron desktop and a slimmer version will be available in September in the USA starting at an affordable $279.
Lastly, Dell showed off the Inspiron Micro mini PC that features new Intel Celeron dual-core or Pentium quad-core processors, Intel HD graphics and a bevy of connectivity ports to form a powerful, yet conveniently compact PC for basic computing needs. This mini PC is available now starting at $179 and was featured as one of WinBeta’s top five mini PCs of 2015.
This refresh of the Inspiron line comes just in time for general availability by the time the back-to-school season starts, they make for great devices for students. We should know more on detailed hardware specification Let us know in the comments below if you’ll be picking any of these affordable laptops up for yourself or a relative in the near future.Further reading: Computex 2015, Dell, Inspiron, Microsoft