Dell Inspiron 15R and 17R

Dell Inspiron R family

If ultrabooks are a bit too pricey to be considered family laptops, Dell has recently unveiled a couple of new laptops from its Inspiron range that might value for money as far as family computers are concerned. These new models are the Inspiron 15R and the 17R, which Dell has described as “fashionable, full-featured laptops for smart everyday computing.” The Inspiron 15R and the 17R will feature a high-definition display and will come with Waves MaxxAudio 3 technology and will be available in a variety of different processor and memory configurations depending on your needs. Similar to the recently announced Inspiron 13z, both the 15R and 17R models will feature an optional color SWITCH lid that can be swapped around based on your preference and the sort of look that you could be going for. Both the 15R and the 17R models will be arriving in both US and Canadian markets come 19th of June and will retail for $549.99 and $599.99 respectively.

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