Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Dell Releases Its Most Powerful Inspiron Laptops to Date

Digital game enthusiasts are always on the lookout for the latest hardware that can enhance their gaming experiences. This mid-December 2016, Dell is releasing what they call their most powerful Inspiron laptop, ever.

Apart from laptops, Dell also offers premium monitors such as
the S 2716DG and the 24" SE 2417 that has a fast response time
These powerful gaming laptops feature the most aggressive performance design and components to be offered within the entire Inspiron laptop family. The first clue to this system's capabilities are the dedicated forward and rearward thermal vents. Behind them are extra-capacity heat exchangers connected by oversized piping to dual cooling fans with high-efficiency blade pitch, engineered specifically to handle the following:
  • Intel’s latest 6th Gen H-series quad core mobile CPUs 
  • NVIDIA’s latest GeForce® GTX 950M (14) and 960M (15) discrete graphics with 4 GB* of blazing fast GDDR5 memory 
  • up to 1 TB* conventional or dual-drive M.2 128 GB* + 1 TB* HDD configurations
These features are what easily handle the latest gaming titles or industrial-grade video editing which come to life on displays ranging from FHD up to a brilliant 4K UHD display.

Inspiron gaming tech specs

What other things can the Inspiron Gaming Laptops do?
  • Experience jaw-dropping performance from Intel® Core™ i7 quad-core muscle combined with NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M discrete graphics (GTX 950M for the 14) with 4 GB of blazing fast GDDR5 memory.
  • Keep the entertainment going with a deep-reserve battery (15: 74 WHr, 14: 56 WHr) and a pro-grade cooling system with dual fans, oversized pipes, and heat exchangers to keep everything cool and quick.
  • Expect clarity even in bright environments from the anti-glare displays in HD, FHD (and UHD on the 15) resolution. The 15 also offers touch with Truelife, IPS wide viewing angle FHD resolution and infrared camera for logging in with a look using Windows Hello. Games are immersive, clearly detailed and brilliant.
  • See the world through your Dell laptop the way it really looks — with Dell True Color, you can adjust color temperature, vibrancy, and tone to experience images and video that are up to twice as colorful to give you more vibrant and realistic images.
Dell Inspiron 15 7566 top view
  • Make the most of the Inspiron's tuned speaker enclosures and subwoofer with Waves MaxxAudio® Pro that provides audio controls and a soundstage that adds immersive dimensionality to music and videos.
  • Keep several windows open at the same time and switch between them thanks to up to 16 GB* of memory that allows your laptop to stays quick and responsive, unlike older systems with less memory that bog down and crash.
  • Store content with less worry about running out of hard drive space. The new Inspiron has fast hard drives up to 1 TB* conventional, or dual-drive config with M.2 128 GB* SSD plus 1 TB* conventional HDD.
  • Connect your laptop to an external monitor or big-screen TV via HDMI 2.0, which allows you to to view content in up to UHD / 2160p resolution for stunning detail.
the Inspiron 7000 series are not that lightweight
but have everything gamers are looking for
  • Save time and transfer files up to 10x faster using the USB 3.0 port.
  • Enjoy faster downloads and longer range from WiFi routers because these new Inspirons support the faster, longer-range 802.11ac WiFi standard. Get to stay connected with what and who matters to you.
  • Simplify your day with the help of Cortana personal assistant that works with voice-operated Web searches, calendaring, and media controls.
  • Keep your data safe with the Dell Backup and Recovery software that provides flexible, automated backup and recovery to ensure your precious pictures, music and files remain safe - reducing anxieties and fear of data loss. The Inspiron Gaming also offers available security and antivirus options that help protect personal data from malicious attacks.

Jay Ranola, Alvin Habaña, Chris Papa, and Don Navarro of Dell EMC
According to Dell Philippines' Country Manager, Chris Papa, their newest Inspiron products were developed to cater to the booming gaming market segment. "We are addressing the casual gamers who were heavy users of the PC before then shifted to laptops and mobile phones," he explained. With a laptop that can be used for both work and play, Chris is confident that gamers would be enticed to go back to using PCs for productivity and gaming purposes. 

Alvin HabaƱa, Dell Brand Manager, described the new Inspiron laptop as "looking like a professional device, not a space ship." This is so users can confidently bring it to the office, do their work, then unwind at the end of the day using the same gadget. 

With the new Inspiron laptops now available in the Philippine market with a starting price of P49,990, Alvin confidently pointed out that gamers would find that Dell provides the turning point where playing stops and gaming begins.

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