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Dell announces new Inspiron R laptops – 13R, 14R, 15R

· Intel Core i3 and i5 mobile processor options for outstanding everyday performance with Microsoft Windows 7

· Choice of models offering bright 13-, 14-, 15-inch displays, with High Definition (HD) resolution offered on all systems

· Choice of optional colors on select models: Obsidian Black, Peacock Blue, Tomato Red and Lotus Pink

· Built-in wireless connectivity

· Optional Intel Wireless Display that allows for a cable-free connection to most HDTVs when paired with a separate third party Intel Wireless Display TV adapter

· SRS Premium Sound provides an excellent stereo surround soundstage

· Built-in media card readers speed up transferring photo and video files

· Up to 1GB ATI graphics provide realistic video effects

· Up to 640GB hard disk drives on select models for storing large photos, music and video collections

· Up to 8GB DDR3 memory performs tasks faster than prior-gen DDR2 memory

· Built-in Webcam enables Web chats on the go

· Touchpad with integrated scrolling and gestures makes using the laptop so much more intuitive and simple

· Dedicated 10-key number pad on the 15-inch system that gives gamers additional keys for more shortcuts

· Dell Dock organizes your media and puts your most commonly-used apps right up top

· DataSafeOnline data backup & recovery keeps your data & memories secure outside of your system

· DataSafeLocal, a secure, simple and reliable way to create backup copies of the factory image


Prices begin at S$1,099 for Inspiron 13R and 14R, and S$1,199 for Inspiron 15R at the Dell website and authorized retailers.


Dell Inspiron R laptop links:

Inspiron 13R

Inspiron 14R

Inspiron 15R


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