Dell joins the crowd with a Springtime packed hardware rollout as it announces its refreshed and rebranded Inspiron lineup.
Today’s Inspiron unveiling marks the third device announced by the Dell within the first two weeks of April and based on their showing at CES 2021, there is still more to come.
Dell’s refreshed Inspiron lineup comes with five specialized variants that include the Inspiron 13, 14, 14 2-in-1, 15, and 16 Plus. The Inspiron 13, 14 & 15 are relatively identical in design with a spec sheet that includes:
- 11th Generation Intel processors with configurations from Core i3-1125G4 and Core i5-11300H up to Core i7-11370H.
- AMD Ryzen 5000 U-Series Mobile Processors
- 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State drives
- 11hrs and 16min battery life (for 13.3″ models)
- Fingerprint reader in the power button
- Lid-open sensor
- Intel Iris Xe, NVIDIA GeForce MX450, and GTX or RTX graphic options
- Adaptive thermals
- Thunderbolt 4 ports
- Dolby Vision support
- HDR display support
- 3K ComfortView Plus resolution
- 16:10 FHD or QHD displays with Anti-Glare panels with narrower borders
- 8GB or 16GB LPDDR4x 4267MHz memory.
- 1.3mm key travel
- Spill-resistant blacklight
- Platinum Silver, Mist Blue, Peach Dust, Pebble Green color options
The main difference between the Inspiron 13, 14, & 15 models is highlighted in their display size, respectively.
Dell also boasts about Inspiron’s updated thermal management system that, “unleashes the power of your device while also preserving its thin design. Depending on your configuration; two to three fans, three or five heat pipes, and four vents work together for optimal heat dispersion.”
The other big changes coming to the Inspiron lineup is Adaptive Connected Modern Standby which improves on previous iterations as well as ExpressCharge Boost which enables charging from 0% to 35% in as little as 20 minutes.