New Dell Inspiron R laptops

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Dell has a new range of Inspiron R laptops that are raring to hit the market, helping you stay connected round the clock while increasing your productivity as you tackle a bunch of to-do lists. The whole idea of designing these new Inspiron R laptops was to make life much more easier than before when it comes to accessing personal files and sharing photos and videos wirelessly in a secure manner. Not only that, they are capable enough to be a mobile personal entertainment hub, offering smooth video playback, surround sound and a built-in Webcam without breaking the bank.

Each of these new Inspiron R laptops are Wrapped in curvy edges, smooth lines and will come in a quartet of unique colored finishes with chrome accents that will surely turn heads each time you pop it out from your laptop bag. There is a range of display sizes to choose from, ranging from 14-inch models that fit perfectly in a messenger bag, to home and dorm room-friendly 15- and 17-inch versions, making sure that there is an Inspiron R for everyone. Not only that, Dell also integrated unique features and timesavers including the Dell Dock that will hasten the process of searching applications and files, since those are placed right at the top of the screen for quick and convenient access. For those who prefer to fork out more for the optional Intel Wireless Display feature, the Inspiron R lets you project what is on the laptop display on a nearby HDTV sans cables, and students win big too this time round since they can purchase any version of Microsoft Office 2010 pre-installed on their Inspiron R laptops to get up and running for their assignments right out of the box.

They are no physical pushovers either, being designed to stand up to the rigors of active families and students with smudge-resistant palm rests, a full-size, comfortable keyboard and a stiffer frame that makes for a solid, quality feel. You will be able to harness the power of Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors as well as optional ATi graphics. Prices start from $449 upwards, depending on the specifications that you want it to have when it ships from the factory.

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2 reviews or comments

Mansoor Ahmed Says: June 22, 2010 at 2:42 am

Dell is always my choice from the very beginning. The only problem with DELL is that it don;t have any repair sort of thing in Pakistan. But I love Dell…

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