Dell Reimagines Its Inspiron Range, With A Greener Design
Like a lot of companies, Dell has made a commitment to go green, which can be seen in the completely revamped series of Inspiron laptops.
Aside from a sleek new design, with a colour range “inspired by nature”, all the machines’ painted parts use low VOC (volatile organic compound) paint, with all packaging components made of 90 per cent recycled materials.
Given the current remote-work situation a lot of office workers find themselves in, Dell have integrated a number of features into their laptops to streamline this process, such as Dell Mobile Connect, which links to a user’s iOS or Android device, a HD webcam for conferencing, and Temporal Noise Reduction technology, which allows for high quality streaming in low light situation, and pixel reduction features.
The ExpressCharge feature promises to boost a battery to 80 per cent in just an hour, while thermal adaption helps reduce power consumption.
13 and 15 inch screens are available for laptops, while the Inspiron 16 Plus is a heftier model, with an eye to attracting creators, with Intel Core H-series processors, blue light filters, and optional Nvida GTX or RTX graphics cards.
The Inspiron 14 two-in-one is a laptop/tablet hybrid, with HD touch display.