When it comes to the low end or entry level notebook market, you can be sure that you are spoilt for choice as there are tons of models to pick from. The thing is, it can be quite a blur trying to figure out which particular model suits you best. Dell might have something that will catch your eye if you are tight on budget and yet want decent performance, with the introduction of the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 (which we talked about a possible release recently). Touted to offer over 8 hours of battery life on paper, the Inspiron 11 3000 will retail from $379 onward.
What makes the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 series all the more special is this – it is nowhere near being an Intel Atom-powered netbook, but rather, it would fall under the notebook category, sporting an 11.6” display while running on an Intel Haswell processor. Touted to arrive on store shelves from early next month onward, it is widely expected that Dell will also roll out an equivalent model that runs on an AMD processor as well, with a slightly cheaper entry price of $349. Some other specifications of the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 notebook include a chassis that measures just 0.83” thin and tips the scales at 3.2 pounds, a touchscreen display as well as Gorilla Glass, in addition to a trio of USB ports, an HDMI port, Ethernet jack, and SD memory card reader.RELATED