If the name Dell Inspiron 15 and 17 5000 ring a bell to you, it’s because these have been considered two of the most attractive pocket-friendly notebooks of 2015. Dell hit the jackpot with the series, and per usual for one of the largest computer companies in the world, Dell is releasing improved variants of the two, and with multiple color options just for fun.
More than fun you’ll be having one these laptops, especially with the aid of improved Intel Core processing power and an even thinner design. Along with announcing these two laptops, which are targeting those who don’t intend on breaking the bank, Dell also gave away news of a nice, updated version of its XPS 13, one of the highest-end ultrabooks in its class. With the Inspiron laptops, however, nice isn’t a sacrifice. These two come in 15-inch and 17-inch variants (hence the names), with either Quad HD+ touchscreen (up to 13 hours of battery life) or full- HD display (up to 22 hours of battery life) with an optional touchscreen. The main lure they have in common has to be their color choices- Midnight Blue, Cosmic Purple, Sparkling White, Fog Night, Matte Gray, Black, Bali Blue, and Tango Red. But, although many people don’t care about color (if specs are being sacrificed), others care so much about it it’s got to be number one on their Christmas list. Colors are becoming trendy aspects of devices these days, especially when the last 5 gadgets you’ve had have all been silver.
Catering to both kinds of shoppers, Dell gave their 15-inch iteration 6th Generation Core processors from Intel, from Core i3, to i5 and maxing out at i7. All options feature Windows 10 Home, can hold all the way up to 16GB of DDR3L RAM, and all feature a 1TB hard drive. The 17-inch iteration comes with similar specs, including the same Intel 6th Generation Core i3 to i7 CPU variants, Windows 10 Home, up to 16GB of DDR3L RAM, and the choice of either a 500GB or 1TB hard drive.
A perk to many Dell devices lately is the insinuation of Windows Hello, a way for consumers to turn on their laptops simply by looking into the webcam (this resides on the 15-inch full HD option only). Other considerable features of the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 and 17 5000 include TrueColor tech for vibrant and more realistic images, and a DVD drive that can read Blu-ray,as well as provide extra storage. Both models will launch on the same date, with both the Inspiron 15 5000 and Inspiron 17 5000 starting at $549.99.
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