Dell has upgraded its core Inspiron line with not only good looks, but also some extras never seen before with Dell. They now sport a full ‘chiclet’ keyboard and some unique color options. The underside of the keyboard can be color-matched, and HP-style imprints can sit on the palm rest.
The display has a Mini 10-style hinge that can bend further back than the previous design. They ship with 14, 15 and 17 inch displays with either Core i3 or Core i5 processors. Integrated graphics are standard, but you can upgrade to a 1GB dedicated Mobility Radeon HD graphics chipset or Intel’s Wireless Display and up to 8GB of RAM and a 640GB disk.
It should cost as little as $449.