Premium laptop/PC maker Dell has launched its latest laptop series in India recently. It's Inspiron 13 7000 Series and Inspiron 11 3000 tablet-cum-PC that have been launched. The Inspiron 13 7000 Series of convertible laptops starts at Rs 52,990, while the Inspiron 11 3000 Series models cost Rs. 33,990.
Talking about the specs, both these convertible laptops sport a rotating hinge design, allowing users to swicth laptop to tablet mode with a light push on the screen. Inspiron 13 7000 sports a 13.3-inch HD screen (Full HD display optional) with anti-smudge coating and edge-to-edge design.
The device runs on Windows 8.1 operating system and houses 500GB of on-board storage. It also features the Dell Precision touchpad as well as a full-sized spill-resistant backlit keyboard. Its built-in passive stylus can be used to take notes or make edits to drawings. Adding more to the storage front, Dell is also offering a free 20GB of free Dropbox storage with the device.
On the other hand, the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 has a smaller display measuring 11.6-inch HD (1336x768p resolution). It is powered by the 4th generation Intel Core processor and comes with 500GB in-built storage. It can deliver battery life of over 8 hours.
Dell, via a release said, "Students can comfortably type a lengthy term paper on the conventional keyboard in laptop mode then switch to tablet mode to browse through an ebook using the 10-finger capacitive touch interface. A parent can prop the thin and light Inspiron 11 or Inspiron 13 into the space-saving tent mode to view recipes in the kitchen or use the stand on an airplane tray table to watch movies on a business trip."
P Krishnakumar, executive director & general manager, consumer & small business, Dell India said, "Through the launch of the versatile Inspiron 2-in-1 devices, Dell is reiterating its commitment to delivering solutions for a plethora of technology consumers, united by a common objective to integrate connectivity, learning and execution in both professional and personal spheres."