Dell rolls out Inspiron 13z and Inspiron 14z
Dell has a couple more models from their Inspiron line that hopes to, well, inspire you to make a purchase decision in the near future if you are mulling over whether to bring home a new notebook or not, especially since your current notebook is already in its death throes, with a hard drive that makes more noise than that bone-shaker you call a “classic” car, while the battery can’t even last for more than 5 minutes whenever it is unplugged from a power outlet.
Well, just what does the Inspiron 13z and Inspiron 14z from Dell have to offer? First of all, they are both lookers – guaranteed to turn heads wherever you go, simply because they come in a sleek and stylish form factor, and while looking good, they also pack a performance which should keep you more than happy to retain their services in the long run – and perhaps seek out their successors when the time arrives.
Thin, mobile and powerful, the Inspiron z notebooks are extremely suitable if you are looking for a portable entertainment device that will not break the bank – after all, we do know just how shaky the world’s economy is right now. With high definition displays as well as built-in SRS Premium Sound HD already a standard on both models, you will be able to enjoy a theater-like experience wherever you go. Heck, why not stream full HD movies and video wirelessly with Intel Wireless Display technology while you are at it? Alternatively, you can always hook it up via an HDMI cable to a compatible big-screen HDTV.
You will be able to choose from the standard Diamond Black color or optional Fire Red LCD back if you so desire the latter, where it will come with a matching palmrest, full-size chiclet-style keyboard and HD webcam. Underneath the hood lies the speedy, second generation Intel Core i processors, with Microsoft Windows 7 as the operating system of choice. Other hardware specifications include an integrated memory card reader, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, USB 3.0 support, and up to 8GB RAM.
Breaking it down individually, the Inspiron 13z will sport a 13.3″ widescreen HD (1366 x 768 resolution) display, a 320GB or 500GB hard drive or 128GB of solid state storage, while the Inspiron 14z has a 14″ widescreen HD (1366 x 768 resolution) display, a 500GB, 640GB or 750GB hard drive, accompanied by an internal tray-load DVD combo for playing and recording DVDs/CDs.
The Inspiron 14z (as seen above) smiles at your pocket with prices starting from $599.99, while the Inspiron 13z will target select countries in Asia.