When you look for a versatile machine that can be used primarily for work and for casual computing, you tend to choose an everyday system as it comes designed in such a manner that allows it to cater to professionals and casual users alike. The Dell Inspiron range of laptops come with a hallmark of quality and good construction. The Inspiron is a quality product that can be used efficiently by almost anyone with basic computing knowledge.
The laptop comes with the latest Core i5 processor chip that is stable, reliable and efficient in data processing. The chip also clocks in at 1.8 GHz during normal use and can go up to 2.7 GHz with the use of Turbo Boost. The boost is engaged only when there is a dire requirement for high level computing. The laptop has in-built RAM of 6 GB which can be expanded to 8 GB if the need arises.
You can be sure of comfortable surfaces when typing on the laptop due to the elegantly designed textured panels found on the surface of the laptop. The textured surface is also found on the palm rest areas which give it a comforting feel when typing rapidly over them. Resting your tired wrists won’t feel uncomfortable with the textured surfaces, and the palm rests are also ergonomically designed to provide you added comfort.
Typing on the Dell Inspiron laptop is a breeze thanks to the ergonomically placed keys and judicious key layout. All the keys are evenly spaced out and this makes typing on the Inspiron that much easier. For those of us who need to deal with calculations quickly and efficiently, there is a dedicated number pad set to the side of the keyboard as well. This allows for faster keying in of numbers and other mathematical values.
Dell value for money
29 Oct, 2013
Like the laptop but Win 8 is not so handy as Win 7
23 Oct, 2013