November 22, 2017

Dell Launches new Inspiron 7000 series for mobile computing needs

Dell’s newest Inspiron 7000 series notebooks for example are already equipped with state of the art technologies such as 8th Generation Intel Core processors and DDR4 memory so you can be rest assured of processing performance regardless of which model you choose.

With performance concerns out of the way, you can now focus on the right computing experience. And for almost everyone, your search will end with the Dell Inspiron 15 7000. This 15-inch laptop comes as close to the perfect mobile companion as you can get.

Rarely will you find a thin and light laptop that’s also big on providing an immersive computing experience. Open up the Inspiron 15 7000 and you’ll be enthralled by its thin bezels. Featuring a Full HD IPS display panel, it delivers brilliant, vivid visuals even when viewing from a wide range of angles, making the Inspiron 15 7000 great for sharing too.

And when you’re ready for some entertainment, its Waves MaxxAudio Pro system is capable of automatically tuning audio to deliver professional-grade sound. Besides the Platinum Silver pictured above, the Inspiron 15 7000 is also available in Pink Champagne.

If you are a heavy traveler and need something in a smaller 13-inch footprint without sacrificing screen real estate and performance, Dell’s award-winning XPS 13 has also been updated with 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processors giving them a 44% boost in power.

If you find that a traditional laptop no longer fits your demands of an all-in-one mobility solution, then the new 13-inch Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 brings the best of PC and tablet computing in one slim and light package. With the Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1, you get the same full Windows 10 experience and no-compromise performance offered by an 8th Generation Intel Core processor as the Inspiron 15 7000. You won’t even realize that you’re using a smaller machine thanks to Dell’s thin bezel design that gives you a much more expansive display experience compared to other 13-inch laptops.

Designed for the mobile multi-tasker, the Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 also features a 360-degree hinge and a Full HD IPS touch display that supports drawing writing and note taking with the Dell Active Pen. Its SmartByte technology prioritizes bandwidth for interactive video streaming so you get optimal network performance whether you’re watching a movie or taking a video conference call. And lastly, the use of full SSDs or optional PCIe NVMe SSDs means ultra-quiet performance and a longer lasting battery to get you through any day. Even if you do run out of juice, its Quick Charge Battery will get you up and running in no time.

The new Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming is equivalent of having your cake and eating it too. In this laptop, you’ll find all the bells and whistles of a proper gaming system. We’re talking about a flagship 7th Generation Intel quad-core processor, 16GB DDR4 memory, PCIe NVMe SSD storage solution, precision 15-inch anti-glare Full HD IPS display, 2×2 WiFi antenna design with SmartByte technology for excellent wireless and network gaming performance and a Thunderbolt 3 port that can support up to two 4K external displays.

What’s really interesting is the the Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming features NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 discreet graphics to enable desktop-level gaming while NVIDIA Max Q Design technology ensures the laptop is kept thin, light and quiet compared to traditional gaming notebooks. You even get a new quick-charge battery that gets up to 80% charge within an hour. With an SRP of S$2,199, your dream of affordable mobile gaming can finally be realized.

Since you’re going down the gaming route, then it’s only natural you complete your journey with Alienware’s newly unveiled range of high-performance gaming peripherals.

At the heart of the Alienware gaming experience are two new monitors. The Alienware 25” Gaming Monitor offers rapid 1ms response time and a native 240Hz refresh rate, with an ultra thin bezel designed for multi-monitor view. It is available in both NVIDIA G-SYNC (AW2518H) and AMD FreeSync (AW2518HF) compatible models. The larger Alienware 35” Curved Gaming Monitor on the other hand is a ultra-wide curved monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC support and a WQHD (3,440 x 1,400) resolution.

Alienware has two keyboards, the Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard (AW568) and Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard (AW768). Both keyboards feature mechanical brown switches, N-key rollover and anti-ghosting on all keys. They are also highly programmable via the Alienware Control Center. The Pro version adds 13 zone-based RGB AlienFX lighting, more programmable macro keys (15 on the Pro, 5 on the Advanced), and onboard memory to save key configurations.

Rounding up the Alienware peripherals are two gaming mice, the Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse (AW558) and Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse (AW958). Both mice feature an ergonomic design, full AlienFX 16.8M RGB lighting, gaming-grade optical sensors, and fully configurable buttons. While the two mice may look the same, the Elite Gaming Mouse takes customization to another level with 13-programmable buttons, swappable grips and variable weight adjustment.

You can check out and purchase all these products and more, including those from Dell’s Latitude and OptiPlex range at the newly revamped Dell Exclusive Store @ Plaza Singapura or visit dell.com.sg

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