Dell’s new Inspiron laptops
Dell is rolling Intel’s new Ivy Bridge chips out painfully slowly. First to Alienware laptops, then Latitude, and now the mainstream Inspiron line (with XPS still missing for now).
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On the bright side, the new Inspiron designs look great, and having had a chance to play around with a few of these systems, they’re nearly ultrabook thin in some cases, but very reasonably priced.
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