This week, Dell will launch the new range of its Inspiron 2-in-1 laptops with prices starting from as low as $249. Along with Asus, Dell would be the second company to showcase its 2-in-1 laptops at the Computex.
Equipped with an infrared camera to support Window’s ‘hello feature’, The Inspiron 17 7000 2-in-1 is the world’s first 17-inch laptop.
Now, some might wonder if 17-inch is too much for a convertible, but meanwhile, Dell also plans to launch the 13 & 15-inch versions (of Inspiron 7000) in the market.
With the starting point of $749, all the three models are supposed to be equipped with intel’s 6th generation core processor.
However, to accommodate the purchasing pattern of the masses, Dell’s new Inspiron 11 3000 would be the preferred budget option here because of the 11-inch screen size.
Available at the modest price of $249, Dell Inspiron 11 3000 would be an ideal choice for students who are looking for a budget convertible (combination of tablet & laptop). Check price and features at the official
Check price and features at the official Dell website here.
It will start selling from the 2nd of June in the US and China.
In addition to this, Dell has tried to make sure to meet the requirements of people who are looking for ‘average- sized’, 13 & 15-inch versions. With Windows Hello Support, Inspiron 5000 series will have an infrared camera for logging into Windows 10.
Priced from $529, The Inspiron 5000 will also be available in the US and China from 2nd June.
With the launch of these new models, Dell is also aiming to bring in new notebook models and 15 & 17 inch Inspiron 5000 series laptops. However, the prices for the same are yet to be revealed by the company.