At the Computex 2014 expo, Dell also showcased two new Inspiron laptops that feature 2-in-1 designs. The Inspiron 11 3000 is a 11.6-inch option, while the 13 7000 is a 13.3-inch notebook and they both can be converted to tend and tablet form factors through the hinge design that allows you to rotate the display up to 360 degrees.
Both options also have 10-finger capacitive touch displays and 20GB of free Dropbox storage. The Inspiron 11 3000 is the low-end of the two. It comes with a dual core Celeron processor or a quad core Pentium chip accompanied by HD Graphics. The IPS display offers 1366 x 768p HD resolution, while the bottom half has a spill resistant keyboard and a gesture-enabled trackpad.
The hardware on the inside comprise of 4GB RAM, a 500GB HDD, an optional DVD reader and a 3-cell a 43WHr battery which can deliver around 8 hours and 18 minutes of activity life. The Inspiron 13 7000, on the other hand, can be configured with either a Core i3 processor or a Core i5 CPU from the 4th generation Haswell lineup. The notebook has options of HD and FHD displays and also choices of 4GB or 8GB of RAM.
Graphics processing is left to the integrated HD 4400 from Intel, while storage comes in the form of a standard 500GB HDD or a 500GB hybrid drive with 8GB cache. Other features include a 43WHr battery, a full-size spill-resistant backlit keyboard and a precision touchpad amongst others. Dell also unveiled the Inspiron 20 3000 which is an entry-level AIO PC offering an HD display, a quad core Intel Pentium processor and various entertainment features.
The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 will be available in September, while the Inspiron 11 3000 will go on sale starting June 19 for $449.99 and above. No price has been provided for the former laptop as yet.