Last Thursday, Dell has launched it’s newest Dell 2-in-1 Laptop/Tablets geared for students. young professionals and families looking for cheap solutions for their computing needs.
The new lineup is the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 2-in-1 and Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1.
“With the new Inspiron 2-in-1 lineup, our customers in the Philippines can work where they need to and play when they want to,” said Chris Papa, Country Manager, Dell Philippines.
“Whatever you can create or imagine, you can achieve it with the 2-in-1 laptop best suited to your needs. Dell is thrilled that our innovative technology can help make your creation a reality. Our customers inspire us, and we keep on innovating for them.”
The Inspiron 3000 is an 11-inch 2-in-1 that combines the performance of a laptop and the convenience of a tablet in an affordable ultraportable design that makes it easy to take anywhere.
Bragging of a 8 hours battery life, the Inspiron 3000 was meant to support long unplugged moments.
Currently, some of the specs of the Inspiron 3000 include:
A HD resolution of 1366×768
USB 3.0 port
Micro SD media card reader
Priced at 23, 790 PHP. The Inspiron 3000 seems to be really gunning for the entry-level market.
Meanwhile, the more premium version of the Inspiron 5000 sports a wide-angle FHD resolution display. With an infrared camera option which works with Windows Hello facial recognition. A backlit keyboard option allows you to work in the dark and like it’s 3000 brother, also has a SSD as it’s hard disk.
The screen resolution is at 13″ with weighing at 1.62kg. You can upgrade the RAM up to 16GB.
Princed at a hefty 46,190 PHP the Inspiron 5000 brings in the premium quality with the price tag.