The notebook is powered by AMD Ryzen and a Radeon Vega GPU and starts at Rs 38,990.
In a move to trigger the notebook industry with an entertainment efficient machine, Dell has unveiled the Inspiron 15 (5575) which is the latest addition to the company’s Inspiron-series. The Inspiron laptop will be powered by AMD’s Ryzen processor that’s coupled with AMD’s own Radeon RX Vega graphics for smoother response and performance. The Dell Inspiron 15 (5575) has been priced at Rs 38,990 for the R3 model while the R5 sells at Rs 49,990 in India. Both these laptops will be available for purchase in Recon Blue, Platinum Silver and Sparkling White variants across Dell stores as well as local retailers from April 25 onwards.
Dell is offering three different variants of the Inspiron 15 (5575) for its users with separate configurations in each of them. First off, the most expensive of the lot is powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 2700U Mobile Processor with a Radeon RX Vega10 Graphics card. Other options include the Ryzen 5 2500U Mobile Processor + Radeon Vega8 Graphics and Ryzen 3 2200U Mobile Processor + Radeon Vega3 Graphics, the latter being the cheapest available configuration.
Weighing in at under 2.2 kg, the Inspiron 15 laptop features an anti-glare touch screen which along with Waves MaxxAudio Pro gives users an immersive experience. Dell claims that the laptop will offer precisely 7 hours and 26 minutes, which we’d believe once we see it. The notebook comes with SupportAssist, which is a Windows software that detects and identifies faults in software or hardware in order to catch an issue firsthand.
Dell India’s Product Marketing Director, Alen Joe Jose said “The combination of Dell and AMD Ryzen will be a game changer in the category of mainstream notebooks. AMD brings a legacy of high-performance computing, graphics and visualization technologies and with this league of Ryzen’s powerful processing capabilities, personal computing will be more enjoyable. These are exciting times - as users demand more out of real entertainment, an immersive experience, and responsive performance. We’ve got it all!”
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