1-inch thin laptops feature up to 500 GB hard drives and 8GB RAM
Dell has introduced new ‘Z’ model laptops, Inspiron 14z and 15z. According to the company, the new laptops are its the thinnest-ever models and are about 1-inch thin.
The new laptops run on the new Intel Core 2 Solo processors. The users also have a choice of Core 2 and Core 2 duo processors. Inspiron 14z and 15z features include: 16:9 displays in 14-inch (14z) and 15.6-inch (15z) models, up to 500 GB hard drives and 8GB RAM, and Wi-Fi and optional mobile broadband. They join the recently introduced Inspiron 11z.
The company added that the new laptops offer a choice of four-cell (4-hour) or six-cell (8-hour) batteries and its ‘Express Charge’ technology allows four- and six-cell batteries to be 80% recharged in 60 minutes.
Dell also unveiled the new Studio XPS 8000 desktop PC, with worldwide availability. The new desktop includes a choice of Intel’s latest desktop processors, the Core i5 Quad Core and Core i7 Quad Core, and a 3D graphics bundle to provide gaming capabilities.
Glen Robson, general manager of Dell consumer laptops, said: “People who want mobility, value, great performance and easy Internet access have made Inspiron our most popular consumer brand. These new, thin, lighter-weight systems offer all-day performance with the latest Intel power-saving processors.”
The Inspiron 14z and 15z are available in black or cherry red at retail prices starting from $599 upwards. Presently, it is available at the company website and will be available worldwide in the coming weeks.