Dell's "Z" series combines budget Inspiron line with Intel CULV CPUs, according to online chatter

The folks over at Gizmodo think they've stumbled across some new upcoming Dell products for the holiday season, and have posted some pics and details about the Inspiron Z series.

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We popped by to see our pals at Dell earlier and get a behind-closed-doors sneak peek at some interesting upcoming holiday systems. Coincidentally, the folks over at Gizmodo say they've stumbled across some new upcoming Dell products for the holiday season, and have posted some pics and details about the Inspiron Z series of laptops, of which they say: "It's the "thin and light" take on Dell's budget Inspiron line using Intel ULV chips."

The Gizmodo post specifically mentions a system called the 11z, which is described as looking, "more like a follow-up to Dell's Inspiron Mini Netbooks." Perhaps that's why Dell recently pulled its 12-inch Mini Netbook .

See the original Gizmodo post, and more pictures, here .

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