Dell reveals the new Inspiron 13z and Inspiron 14z

Along with the business oriented Vostro V131, Dell also has introduced its new Inspiron 13z and Inspiron 14z notebooks, featuring thin chic design and packed with  the power of 2nd generation Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors.

Both new Inspiron machinesare available in Diamond Black or Fire Red colors with aluminum lids, have full-size chiclet-style keyboards, HD webcams and are fitted with 13.3-inch (13z) and 14-inch (14z) displays with 1366 x 768 resolution.They also offers SRS Premium Sound HD for better entertainment and can stream full HD movies and video wirelessly with Intel Wireless Display technology or via their HDMI outs. Inside they can be armed with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors, Intel HD Graphic 3000, up to 8GB of RAM, 320/500GB HDD or a128GB SSD (750GB of HDD for 14z), and are equipped with WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, media card reader, USB 3.0 ports and a choice of 4 or 6 cell batteries, or 9-cell for the 14z model. The Inspiron 14z also has an internal tray-load DVD combo for playing and recording DVDs/CDs.

Dell Inspiron 14z

The new laptops comes with Windows 7 operating system and Dell Stage user interface, which offers one-click access to your favorite content including music, photos and video. The Inspiron 14z is available now starting at 599.99 in select geographic regions worldwide, while the Inspiron 13z is available in select countries in Asia.

Source: Dell

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