Sandy Bridge powered Dell Inspiron 14Z Ultrabook, review

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Sandy Bridge powered Dell Inspiron 14Z Ultrabook, review

Dell has come up with another ultrabook Inspiron 14Z to boost up its popular Inspiron line up. Those who are expecting a Ivy Bridge flavour with this new laptop has to be disappointed this time as it is featuring the Sandy Bridge processors. But there is some news to feel relaxed as there could be an option to go for Ivy Bridge processors soon. 

This laptop, which is positioned for mid end segment is, equipped with ULV Sandy Bridge Core i3 processors. Apart from Intel’s integrated GPU, there are also options for upgrade to a comparable Radeon HD 7570M GPU. The 14 inch screen display comes with a 1366×768 pixels resolution. 

The Dell Inspiron laptop has a 6GB of memory standard along with an alternative for 8GB. The secondary storage capacity of the Dell Inspiron 14Z laptop is facilitated by a 500GB HDD along with a 32GB SSD for delivering faster boot ups. 

There are several connectivity options with this Dell laptop including two HDMI, Ethernet, USB 3.0 jacks, an also a SD card reader. It also features an optical disc drive. This laptop has Intel Smart Response Technology (SRT) to improvise the system performance. Intel’s Rapid Start Technology (RST) enables quick wake up from sleep or else hibernation modes. 

Dell referred Inspiron 14Z as their 1st mainstream Inspiron notebook that will be out with Intel ultrabook specs. This ultrabook labelled Dell laptop is about 21mm thick and goes over 4 pounds. 

Dell Inspiron 14Z Ultrabook will be made available for purchase from June 19 onwards. The price of this laptop is not yet confirmed officially though we can expect this to be failing somewhere in the range from Rs 30,000/- to Rs 40,000/-. This Dell laptop would be having a shiny silver outfit. 

As of now this laptop will be available in US market only. Dell hopes that its affordable price tag and stylish appearance will surely entice students segment too. Yet another Dell laptop Inspiron 13z with almost same hardware specs but not meeting ultrabook specs is also introduced along with the Dell Inspiron 14Z Ultrabook to provide a cheaper alternative for the common consumers.

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