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|6th June 2012, 08:41||#1|
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True to Form, Dell Updates the Inspiron Line
While refresh season is generally a little underwhelming for press and end users alike (surprise surprise, vendors are using the newest generation of processors!), there can be diamonds in the rough. Dell's updated Precision lineup suggested a sleeping giant slowly waking up, but where the refreshed Inspirons are a bold move in form and Dell is clearly getting more aggressive again, the updates can seem underwhelming.
We're looking at three Inspiron lines, which in many ways seems to run contradictory to the simplified branding Dell was preaching about back when they launched the XPS 13 ultrabook. Complexity creep may be an issue that affects more than just game designers.
As far as the hardware itself goes, most of the systems are being updated to Ivy Bridge, although Dell did let slip that some of these are using the dual core, standard voltage Ivy Bridge processors that haven't been outed yet.
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