One of the prominent computer manufacturers introduced two new lines of laptops in their Inspiron series last year. Dell kicked off with the Series R and followed up with the Inspiron Series Z. Dell continues to market the R and Z series this 2012. No new lines or models of Inspiron have been unveiled yet this first quarter.

Dell Inspiron R Series

Targeting techies with a fetish for style, the Series R of the Inspiron laptops captures that Dell quality with an added flair. Released on March last year The Series R comes in three variants: 14-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch model. They come with swappable lids with 13 original designs under copyright from artists and designers of Design Studio – and I’m pretty sure more designs will available soon.

The R-Series is equipped with the new Sandy Bridge processors of which the customer can choose among Core i3, i5, or i7. And still coupled with these latest processors is the capacity to accommodate up to 8GB of RAM – more than enough to smoothly run the system with tab-crowded browser, bunch of apps running actively or on the background. The line comes with 1.0MP integrated webcam with HD resolution. The battery is expected to last up to 13 hours.

Another attractive feature of these new laptops is their budget-friendly price. One can avail of the 14R version at only $529.99, and of the 15R and 17R variant both at $579.99.

Get a glimpse of the R Series on this video:

 

Dell Inspiron Z Series

Dell proves that power does not necessarily come with size in this thin, sleek and stylish line of laptops. And comparing to the R Series’ vibrant colors and shades, this line of computers is more on the subtle elegance of diamond black or fire red aluminum. Unveiled on the 3rd quarter last year, both the 13z and 14z versions feature brilliant high-definition displays and built-in SRS Premium Sound HD.
The models support i3 and i5 Intel processors, up to 8GB of RAM, can choose storage capacity from 128GB, 320GB and 500GB.

Price for the Series Z starts $599.9 for the 14-inch model.

Get a glimpse of the Z Series on this video: