Four Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series (Model 3168, Drax) Touch 11-inch notebook computers arranged in a circle, from left to right, model open over 90 degrees, facing left, model open over 180 degrees,    with screen facing left, model open over 90 degrees with screen facing right, and model open over 180 degrees with screen facing right.

Four Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series (Model 3168, Drax) Touch 11-inch notebook computers arranged in a circle, from left to right, model open over 90 degrees, facing left, model open over 180 degrees, with screen facing left, model open over 90 degrees with screen facing right, and model open over 180 degrees with screen facing right.

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It certainly sounds like this year’s Computex is shaping up to be the event for 2-in-1 device launches. We’ve seen Acer launch their own series of 2-in-1 computers, and just yesterday ASUS also announced new Transformer 3 computers, which is why we’re not surprised to see Dell launching new devices themselves.

The company has recently announced the Inspiron 11 3000 series, in which there will be several different models to choose from and all coming in bright colors. They are also pretty affordable so if you’re after a tablet/laptop hybrid but don’t want to break the bank buying a Surface or Surface Pro tablet, then these might be the devices for you.

They will all be powered by Windows 10 and will sport 11.6-inch HD displays. They will also be configurable and will pack the latest Intel Core m CPUs up to the Core m3. There will be SSD options if you’re after faster storage and a quieter performance. There is also Waves MaxxAudio Pro technology on board for those who are more concerned about its sound quality.

In terms of price, like we said, these computers are designed to be affordable and will be available come 2nd of June where it will be priced starting at $249.

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