Dell-EMC rolls out new high-performance laptops for modern users

By Espie Angelica A. de Leon

The Philippine office of computer maker Dell-EMC has unveiled its newest suite of laptops whose major features are designed to bring the best experiences in audio and visual computing, virtual reality, and gaming across a spectrum of consumers with various lifestyles.

Dell-EMC officers led by consumer head Jay Ranola (left), country general manager Ronnie Latinazo (middle), and consumer market development manager Michelle Umali (2nd from right) have a toast during the launch of the latest Inspiron 7000 laptop series in Bonifacio Global City on Dec. 4

Dell-EMC officers led by consumer head Jay Ranola (left), country general manager Ronnie Latinazo (middle), and consumer market development manager Michelle Umali (2nd from right) have a toast during the launch of the latest Inspiron 7000 laptop series in Bonifacio Global City on Dec. 4

Launched on Dec. 4 at the Yes Please Bar and Restaurant in Bonifacio Global City were the New Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 Laptop series with new 8th Generation Intel Core processors and the New Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop series.

The Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 comes in 13 inches of Era Gray brushed aluminum with narrow border and FHD IPS touch display supporting active pen for digital drawing and writing.

It boasts of a SmartByte streaming technology which allows uninterrupted movie viewing and video chat. Its Intel core processors, DDR4 memory, and flexible connectivity options with USB Type-C with support for DisplayPort and Power Delivery provide the device with powerful performance capabilities.

Meanwhile, its standard SSDs or optional PCle NVMe SSDs provide the laptop with longer battery life and a more quiet performance.

The device is also available in its more traditional version, the Inspiron 13 7000 Laptop: a slim, light, and thin-bezel design in Platinum Silver or Pink Champagne with a brilliant FHD IPS display.

Its 8th Generation Intel core processor allows for high performance, responsiveness, and security bolstered by its password-free biometrics login with Windows Hello and infrared camera or fingerprint reader. It also offers a range of storage options including PCle NVme SSD.

The Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 and its traditional version are perfect for digital nomads, fitness buffs, and video bloggers who have specific requirements for their devices as they work, exercise, and have fun.

The devices are more conveniently carried around, easy to set up and position, get the work done faster and easier, and have 180- and 360-degree hinge designs which make them easy to handle. They also have the capability to handle the rigors of editing and rendering video blogs regularly, even daily.

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Meanwhile, the Inspiron 15 7000 gaming laptop features NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 discrete graphics and NVIDIA Max Q Design technology, 7th Generation Intel quad-core CPU options, and dual fans, as well as anti-glare IPS wide viewing angle FHD or 4K UHD display options for visual clarity and Waves MaxxAudio Pro software for great audio.

The laptop also comes with a 2×2 WiFi antenna design for superior wireless performance, SmartByte software to keep games and video smooth even during large file downloads, quick-charge battery, Thunderbolt 3 multi-use port, fingerprint reader enabling Windows Hello for safe, easy login and protective features against accidental damage from spilled liquid, drops, falls, and the like.

“We are tapping the mainstream gamers… who like to play hard but they also work hard. So we have devices that not only feature gaming heavy features but it’s also about productivity,” said Dell-EMC consumer market development manager Michelle Umali.

All of these devices come with Dell-EMC’s Premium Support service package. They are available in the market at a starting price of P63,490 for the Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1; P51,990 for Inspiron 13 7000 Laptop; and P73,990 for Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop.

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