Wrapped in curvy edges, smooth lines and available in four colorful finishes with chrome accents, the Dell Inspiron R laptops area available in 14-inch 15- and 17-inch versions.
For those who choose the optional Intel Wireless Display feature, the Inspiron R makes it easy to project what is on the laptop display on a nearby HDTV without the need for cables.
Students have the option to purchase any version of MicrosoftOffice 2010 pre-installed on their Inspiron R laptops, to ensure they have the tools they need to kick off the school year.
Dell Inspiron 14R, 15R and 17R Specification Highlights:
Touchpad with integrated scrolling and gestures makes using the laptop
more intuitive and simple to use
Dedicated 10-key number pad on the 15-and 17-inch systems that gives
gamers additional keys for more shortcuts
Dell Dock organizes music, videos and photos and puts most commonly-used
apps right up top
DataSafeOnline data backup & recovery keeps data & memories secure outside
of the system
DataSafeLocal, a secure, simple and reliable way to create backup copies
of the factory image
Prices for Inspiron R laptops begin at $449 on Dell.com.
The new Inspiron R laptops are also available through authorized retailers, including Dell’s newest retail partner in the U.S., Fry’s Electronics. Select Inspiron R laptops will be available in all 34 Fry’s Electronics stores starting June 25.
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