Dell Inspiron 15z Laptop Review: Features and Specifications

by Gustavo on May 9, 2011 · 2 comments · Laptop

Dell has introduced its new Inspiron 15z Laptop, which is indeed an attractive device, especially for its ultra-mobile physique. The new slick, lightweight and ultra-modern notebook can be easily carried with ultra-low-voltage Intel® processors.

It has a 15.6-inch high-definition display, 7200 rpm hard drive and in-built 7-in-1 media card reader. Moreover, it comes with more than 8 hours battery back-up that surely a big gain during traveling.

Dell Inspiron 15z Laptop Review Features and Specifications

Inspiron 15z comes with a sleek design that can be placed in your bag. It doesn’t require a special laptop bag, which often looks very dull. The weight of the laptop is also considerably very less, only 4.8 lbs, which won’t bog you down. However, the best part of it, is the large 15.6-inch high-definition display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is nicely adjusted with its slim size. The notebook comes in Obsidian Black or optional bright Cherry Red.

Technical specifications
The laptop comes with reliable Intel processor with two options either Intel® Pentium®, Core™ 2 and Core™ 2 Duo processor. It also boasts of good memory of 4 GB double data rate. It seems a small device but don’t overlook its 500 GB hard drive space, therefore, you don’t need to worry about your movies, photos and other large media files.

It has a great mobile features, making you connected to the world, no matter wherever you are. It has the latest wireless connectivity: integrated WiFi.3. Also integrated 1.3 megapixel Webcam with in-built microphone showcases a great quality. However, to access those utility you will need an internet connectivity.

The battery life of this notebook is also very good, with optional six-cell battery, giving you at least 8 hours and 7 minutes of battery life. Moreover, the ExpressCharge™ feature charge your battery back to 80 percent in 60 minutes. It is a great advantage for people who travel often.

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Albert from Dell Drivers June 25, 2011 at 5:17 am

I like Inspiron’s hinges.
looks very rigid.
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