Dell unveils Inspiron R series laptops

Dell announced today a new entertainment series notebooks,  including 14-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch models. The new Inspiron R series feature Core i3 or i5 processors, optional Intel Wireless Display, which allows a cable-free connection to most HDTVs and are available today with prices start from $449.

The Inspiron R family boasts up to 8GB DDR3 memory, up to 640GB hard disk drives, integrated Intel graphics or Intel integrated or ATI discrete graphics, Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n, a multi-card reader, optional wireless display connectivity, full-size keyboard(10-key number pad on the 15-and 17-inch), built-in webcam, SRS Premium Sound and Windows 7 for OS. The line have curvy edges, smooth lines and available in four unique colorful finishes with chrome accents –  Mars Black, Peacock Blue, Tomato Red and Lotus Pink.

Dell Inspiron R

“The Inspiron R takes the rock solid Inspiron line and amps up the cool factor with a sexy and practical machine for entertainment, and social networking along with all the usual home, school and work functions,” said Glen Robson, vice president, product marketing, Dell. “Photos, videos and personal files can also be securely stored and shared with DataSafeOnline for peace of mind right out of the box. This is a laptop that moms will love and youths will ask for.”

Inspiron R15


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