Dell Inspiron laptops have been wowing the world since the 1990s for their excellent all-rounder capabilities and versatility to fit different situations at home and work. The newest addition to the range is the Dell Inspiron 14 5000 (5488) available soon in two processing configurations—an eighth generation Intel i7-8565U and an Intel i5-8265U.
As is standard from the Inspiron series, the processing configuration is adept for everyday needs—in both the models. The latest-gen Intel processor is modern and speedy, while the RAM of 8GB (DDR4, 2666MHz) and the storage space of 256GB (SSD) are ample for day-to-day computing tasks. While the i7 processor can be boosted up to 4.6GHz, the i5 CPU is also not far behind at 3.9GHz.
The operating system is Windows 10 Home (64-bit) which comes in handy for working with increased productivity. You also get activated, ready-to-use access to the entire Microsoft Office suite. The 42Wh battery (triple-celled) lasts for the majority of your day, depending on your usage, and can be powered up to 80% in only an hour.
The graphics support on the new Inspiron is a force to reckon with— NVIDIA GeForce MX150 with 2GB dedicated memory. When rendered on the full High-Definition screen (backlit) with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, the dedicated graphics card realizes beautiful colors, accurate detailing, and immersive viewing for various multimedia needs like photos and videos.
In fact, watching movies or other A/V content is especially delightful on these laptops, thanks to Dell Cinema (CinemaColor, CinemaSound with Waves MaxxAudio Pro, and CinemaStream). The 14” display uses only a micro-border (2.7mm) and comes with anti-glare to lower the amount of eye strain from long hours of work. Additionally, it also supports In-Plane Switching, so that you can enjoy undistorted imagery from multiple viewing angles (up to 178 degrees).
Lightweight at 3.2lbs and durable, as is quintessentially Dell, these Inspiron laptops are easy to use. The fingerprint recognition technique eliminates the need to type in a password, while the 0.74” thickness lends high portability. There’s also a smart Dell Mobile Connect feature that makes phone-to-laptop integration so seamless it’s incredible!
In terms of device support, the Dell Inspiron 14 5000 is equipped with two USB 3.1 ports, a USB Type-C port, an HDMI, and an SD card reader. The colorful-gold or streamer-silver body is stylish to look at and portable to lug around with you. Interestingly, Dell offers both external and internal protection with a two-year warranty and an extra year for the battery. The device stays secure from internal threats with the McAfee multi-device software, of which you get a 15-month subscription.
Dell announced multiple exciting launches at the IFA in Berlin this year, and the all-new Inspiron 5000 is by no means a small deal. It is an imposing aggregate of power, display and style, and utterly grab-it-now if you’re keen on a dependable, multi-purpose laptop for everyday life.