I'm Dan Ackerman and we recently got to take a look at Dell's re -- Inspiron laptops that's -- least expensive.
-- most mainstream laptop line although they've done a pretty good job of making the system look pretty good -- last couple generations.
Of this new said.
They've got to -- lives are there a gun metal gray with a brushed metal finish war corporately color plastic contrast against the -- border.
And then that brush metal look extends onto the keyboard tray in the keyboard the backlit which is always a plus and isn't the other not Alter -- then.
A but the mid size in front just a very thin looking -- at some of their ports hidden behind little flaps.
So there even legal looking I'd go as far as to say when you look at them side by side with XPS laptops.
-- kind of like the look better a little bit especially if you take into account that these are a lot less expensive.
You'll start seeing these in a variety screen sizes in the regular aren't -- -- easier the more upscale SE a special edition.
Later this summer.
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