Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Dell Inspiron 11z CULV Ultraportable Notebook Hits For $399 Replaces Mini 12, Proves Thin, Portable and Convenient

The whole concept of a laptop was that we all expected it to be thin,
portable and convenient, but in time all these things altered and we
demanded high performance and big screens, too — hence why there's
a big selection of notebooks to choose from, and why netbooks made way
in the market. Well, here's where Dell is trying to change things with
their latest Dell Inspiron 11z — a laptop that allows you to
experience true mobility for an affordable price.

Replacing the Mini 12, the 2-pound Dell Inspiron 11z ultraportable joins
the Intel CULV brigade and makes the brand proud. It comes with a
11.6-inch display (1,366 x 768 resolution), runs on an Intel Celeron 723
1.2GHz processor, features an integrated Intel GS45 graphics card, 2GB
of RAM and a 250GB hard-drive with Vista Home Premium (including the
Windows 7 upgrade). There are also signs of Wi-Fi connectivity, a
1.3-megapixel webcam, HDMI port, three USB 2.0 ports and a memory card slot.

Available with a standard 3-cell 28WHr Li-ion battery that Dell claim to
run for up to 3hrs runtime, the new Dell Inspiron 11z notebook should
turn into a hot seller consider the $399 starting price. Not bad, eh?

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