Dell announces 15R Special Edition laptop

Dell has launched a new special edition laptop that targets the Asian market. Dubbed Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition the novelty sports a number of new technologies.

The new Dell laptop is the first mobile company product to come with the recently announced Intel Ivy Bridge processors. Sporting an Intel Core i7-3612QM chip at 2.1 GHz along with an Intel HM77 chipset, the Inspiron 15R also offers an optional 15.6-inch 1080p display and a discrete AMD Radeon HD 7730M GPU with 2 GB of VRAM.

Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition

But Dell does not limit the choice to just one 15R version – in fact the US company offers three 15R laptops to choose from with the cheapest one coming with 6 GB of RAM and a 720p display at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. The more expensive versions offer Blu-Ray drives that are either combo or rewritable. All 15R laptops feature a 6-cell battery, Waves MaxxAudio 4.0, ScullCandy speakers and support up to 1 TB hard drives.

Dell now sells the Inspiron 15R for 899 USD, 1099 USD and 1199 USD depending on the version. Currently available in Asia only, the laptop may also become available in the US soon.


Source: ITZone.bg

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