Dell's Inspiron 15R is an attractively priced budget consumer laptop with a welcome set of up-to-date features and design options, but beware of the cost of customizations.
Dell's updated Inspiron line has a slightly revamped design, but more importantly still offers workhorse performance for a minimal investment.
Dell's mainstream consumer laptop, the Inspiron 15R, is an attractively-priced budget computer with a welcome set of up-to-date features and unique swappable lids.
Dell looks to continue its reign over the world of affordable yet oddly classy laptops with a couple of new additions to the Inspiron range
Deciphering the specs in a retail store sales flier takes some careful reading and the right background info.
If you need maximum screen size at a minimum price, the basic 17-inch Dell Inspiron 17R is powerful enough for everyday tasks, but the lower screen resolution is a constant reminder of its budget origins.
Dell's updated Inspiron series has a few new design tweaks and a wide variety of configurations to choose from. We've reviewed two models from the series to see what's new.
Intel's new high-end chips get picked up by Dell's multimedia line.
We go hands-on with the new Dell Inspiron 15R and look at some of its most stylish swappable lids.