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Lenovo unveils the US$399 CULV Inspiron 11z

Written by IT News on 9:59 PM

Dell has recently updated its range of portable computer systems with the introduction of the new Inspiron 11z, which is intended for users with another Culver-based laptop. Boasting a 11.6-inch screen, the new machine is located somewhere between a netbook and ultra portable laptop. Given the technical specifications, the new ultra-portable system capable netbook fans with an alternative to a higher performance laptop combines some of the netbook and ultra-portable system specs.

At first glance is Inspiron 11z looks like an option for users who are planning for a new Inspiron Mini 12, PC-supplier recently quit. But in a later post on the company blog, Dell claims that the new system is the first outbreak in Culver market, is proud of the results and features of Intel's much hyped platform for thin and ultra portable laptops.

The internal specifications of the Inspiron 11z a low power 1.2GHz Celeron processor with 2 GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive and a HD (1366x768) 11.6-inch display. Additional features include built-in Wi-Fi networks, 1.3MP webcam and a 28WHr battery that is said to be in a position to provide end users with as much as 3 hours of driving. The system comes with Windows Vista system with a free upgrade kit for the highly anticipated Windows 7 OS.

More configurations are expected from Dell because the company plans to expand its presence in the rapidly growing market for ultra-portable computers powered by Intel's Culver platform. For now, users will have to do with this new 11.6-inch Inspiron 11z, which comes at a starting price of just U.S. $ 399, making the PC affordable segment of netbooks.

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