Sleek, stylish and fun to use with Dell Stage's one-click access to your favourite music, videos and photos
An extension of Dell's thin and powerful suite, the Inspiron 13z and Inspiron 14z deliver what's important, to you
SYDNEY, Australia, August 12, 2011 - Dell today announced the new Inspiron 13z and Inspiron 14z laptops, extending the company's emphasis on thin and powerful computing, and broadening the ultra-mobile "z" distinction to Inspiron, Dell's best-selling Consumer laptop brand. The new Inspiron 13z and 14z combine sizzling performance, rich features, and chic design in a sleek, take anywhere laptop, whether it's for taking notes in class, or communicating with family across the country[i].
No matter the application, the new Inspiron z laptops are packed with some of the latest technology, and can handle the task. Combining 2nd generation Intel® CoreTM i3 and Core i5 processor options, HD (720p) display, and excellent battery life, the Inspiron z series is ideal for school assignments, company reports, mobile entertainment, keeping in touch with friends and pursuing your passions.
The Inspiron 13z and 14z are the latest in a series of rolling introductions of Dell's thin and powerful mobile products launching through the end of the year. Beginning with the XPS 15z, an ultimate blend of performance and style, the Inspiron z series makes this "uncompromising" concept more accessible than ever, with prices starting at just $699 for the 13z.
"The new Inspiron 13z and 14z are two of the most powerful, ultra-thin Inspiron laptops we've ever offered," said Sam Burd, vice president of Dell's Consumer and Small/Medium Business product group. "Today's 'on-the-go' lifestyle demands portability and power, so your favourite content is always at your fingertips."
Accessible Style On-the-Go
When it's time to kick back and relax, the Inspiron z laptops are the perfect portable entertainment devices. Both the 13z and 14z feature brilliant high-definition displays and built-in SRS Premium Sound HD. For a theatre-like experience, they can stream full HD movies and video wirelessly with Intel Wireless Display technology[ii] or by connecting via HDMI cable to a compatible big-screen HDTV.
All of this is packed into a stylish design that's thin, lightweight, and is available in standard Diamond Black or optional Fire Red LCD back and matching palmrest, full-size chiclet-style keyboard and HD webcam.
Inspiron z models are available with blazing fast 2nd generation Intel Core i processors, Microsoft® Windows 7 operating system, and high-performance on-processor graphics allowing for long battery life. A built-in media card reader, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 and the newest USB 3.0 technology for faster content transfers are also available as standard.
The Inspiron 13z comes with a bright, 13.3-inch widescreen HD (1366-768dpi) display. Other optional features include up to 4GB of memory[iii], a choice of a 320GB or 500GB hard drive or 128GB of solid state storage[iv]. The Inspiron 14z is equipped with a 14-inch widescreen HD (1366-768dpi) display, and optional features including up to 4GB memory[v] along with an internal tray-load DVD combo for playing and recording DVDs/CDs.
Dell Inspiron laptops also come with the Dell Stage user interface, which offers one-click access to your favourite content including music, photos and video, and SyncUP powered by Nero can keep content and personal information synched with other Stage-enabled Dell PCs within your home Wi-Fi network.
Availability and Pricing
The Inspiron 13z is available beginning today on http://www.dell.com.au for $699 AUD. The Inspiron 14z will be available through Dell's Australian and New Zealand retail partner JB Hi-Fi in the coming weeks.
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