Dell has refreshed its Inspiron range of laptops and PCs with new models for 2013, which are all Windows 8 touchscreen devices.
The Inspiron 7000 series laptops are thinner than before, Inspiron 11 3000 are 11-inch portable laptops and the Inspiron 23 is the latest all-in-one PC with a “razor-thin” design.
Currently, specs for all models are a little thin on the ground, but we’ll tell you what we know so far.
“Consumers today are looking for PCs that are not only dependable and easy to use, but are packed with all of the features they want in a thin, upscale design”, said Ray Wah, Vice President of the Dell Consumer PC Group. “We think this is our best Inspiron line-up ever, and we’re really proud of the tremendous value that we can provide to our customers.”
Inspiron 7000 Series Features
All the new Inspiron 7000 Series laptops feature diamond-cut bevelled edges and an aluminium design. Offered in 14- and 15-inch displays that can be upgraded to Full HD resolutions, the Inspiron 14 and 15 have backlit keyboards too.
Both the Inspiron 14 and 15 can be fitted with Intel Haswell Core i5 or Core i7 processor as well as SSD options for the Inspiron 15 and 17.
Available from September 26, the Inspiron 7000 Series price start at £519 for the Inspiron 15 and £769 for the Inspiron 17.
Inspiron 11 3000 Series Features
The Dell Inspiron 11 features an 11.6-inch screen and is designed to be portable and light. It weighs just 1.43kg and is 21.2mm thick, despite an 8 hour battery life.
It features a 10-point capacitive touch screen and packs noise-cancelling, dual-array microphones for video calls.
Pricing and availability details have yet to be released.
Inspiron 23 Features
The Inspiron 23 is the latest all-in-one PC from Dell, offering a touchscreen Windows 8 desktop PC with a Full HD 10-finger capacitive touch display. The monitor can be laid flat or tilted for easier touch screen access.
Available from October 31, Dell has yet to release any pricing details.
Next, read our pick of the best Windows 8 laptops, tablets, convertibles and PCs.