The latest addition to Dell’s popular XPS series is the 15.6″ premium ultrabook, the Dell XPS9560-7001SLV-PUS. This flagship device is viewed by many, including Dell themselves, as a MacBook Pro killer. While that’s debatable, its desirable characteristics make it at least a worthy contender.
Dell’s mid-range 2-in-1 notebooks, the “Inspiron 5000” series have been recently upgraded with the latest CPU technology from Intel. Today I’ll have a look at a top tier device, the Dell Inspiron i5378-7171GRY.
Dell’s brand new lineup of XPS ultrabooks couldn’t be more exciting: the latest ultralight models from the American manufacturer feature the same essential elements that have distinguished the XPS series from competition in the last years. Read more about the Dell XPS 9360-3591SLV!
Dell has just released a couple of fresh models to keep up with the latest processor technology from Intel. The one I’ll be talking about today is the Dell Inspiron i5567-3655GRY, a mid range notebook with expansive features.
Dell has launched a couple of new models to refresh the 11-inch 3000 series laptop, mostly because the new processors from Intel code named Kaby Lake were released earlier this fall. The new generation of 2-in-1 laptops are named Dell Inspiron 11 3179.