The brand new Dell Inspiron 2-in-1 comes in both AMD and Intel Options, that is, either 11th Generation Intel Core processors or AMD Ryzen Mobile processors with Radeon Graphics.
The laptops have 14-inch displays that will be surrounded by narrow bezels on 4 sides, due to its 2-in-1 feature, it can be used in 4 modes: laptop, tent, stand and tablet mode.
The laptops have been updated with rounded edges to improve their ergonomics in tablet mode, Lenovo has also made the keys 9% larger and the touchpad is made out of a new material that will make it feel like smooth glass.
If you are constantly on the move and like to get your work done during your transits, the Dell Inspiron 13 is the laptop for you. Highly portable, fitted with an aluminiu chassis weighing only 1.25kgs, the laptop’s display can be configured up to a QHD+ panel. It has a built-in TUV low blue light hardware solution for better eye care. It will also come with a better thermal profile due to the lift hinge designs that improve the circulation of air under the laptop.
The Inspiron 14 and Inspiron 15, Dell will offer the latest 11th Gen Intel H-Grade processors, and the Inspiron 15 in particular will have an option of being powered by the AMD Ryzen 5000 series Mobile Processors with Radeon graphics.
The Inspiron 15 will also come with the option of NVIDIA MX450 discrete graphics card.
The Inspiron 14, 2-in-1 is available at a starting price of 57,990 INR for the Intel configurations and at a price of 65,990 for the AMD variant.
The Inspiron 14 on the other hand is available for a starting price of 44,990 INR, the Inspiron 15 will retail for 48,990 INR for the Intel configured variant and the AMD variant of the Inspiron 15 will retail for 57,990 INR.
The Inspiron 15 is now available with Intel configurations, but if you want AMD configurations you will have to wait till June 22. The Inspiron 13 will be available from July 7th for a price of 68,990.
- Samsung hiring ex-Apple and AMD engineers for designing a custom CPU: Rumor
- Noise Buds VS201 TWS with Dual Equalizer launches in India