It seems Dell has given into the requirements of Gen Y who simply don’t want a well configured laptop today but need one that suits their taste, choice and makes them feel different while on the run. What companies like Sony had done quite a while back with VAIO, DELL is set to do it with more than a variety of colored lid covers.
With the Inspiron N4110, DELL pulls in numerous designs and colors and forms a series of mosaic and puts it up for the customers to choose. While DELL laptops have always been a little different from the likes of HP, ACER and SONY, they were always considered as a professional’s notebook and not really something for the vibrant youth. Can the picture change? Let’s find out!
Dell Insprion N4110 Is Today’s Laptop That May Not Turn Old In Recent Future
With two processors at discretion – Intel Core i3 and Intel Core i5, and two Operating Systems to choose from – Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit and Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit, option of having up to 6 GB DDR3 SDRAM and Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology aided with Intel Hyper Threading Technology, the new Dell Inspiron N4110 is a device of today.
Add to that Intel WiDi – for you to connect your laptop to the TV wirelessly and Blu Ray 3D Movie Playback that allows you to source content from the Dell Inspiron N4110 and get a 3D output on a compatible Television screen, and you have a Laptop that is also for tomorrow.
Besides normal Bluetooth and Wi-Fi functions, Dell Inspiron N4110 has WiMax feature that enables you to access 4G networks and you would never cry need for speed on the cloud.
Standard Features Of Inspiron N4110
While Dell has ensured to amaze potential buyers with astonishing features certain standard features leave you asking for more if you look forward to own the next best thing in the world of computing. The 14 inch LCD screen though comes with True Life Panel and a HD display of 1366 by 768 pixels, doesn’t stand a winner compared to LED Backlit displays.
The maximum hard disk space of 640 GB doesn’t entice either and especially when that is not a normal feature in the Dell Inspiron N4110 but comes in only should you want to opt for upgrade. A mere 1.0 Megapixel camera doesn’t turn on at all nor do the absence of security features that Toshiba and the likes are so good with.
The availability of 2 USB 3.0 ports and the 8 in 1 card reader are some attractive aspects however the graphics accelerators disappoint again with the included card being an Intel HD Graphics 3000 and AMD Radeon HD 6470 with 1 GB dedicated memory only as an upgrade option (albeit at extra price).
The Mobile Intel 6 Series HM67 Express Chipset doesn’t really make or break the deal. With a 14 inch display, 2.2 Kg sounds a little on the heavier side and close to 1.3 inches thickness doesn’t make it very sleek either. Hence the style quotient is more on the color and designs of the lid cover than the overall appearance.
Dell Inspiron N4110 Wins The Game With Its Price
Priced at 549.99 USD, Dell Inspiron N4110 definitely seems to be on the right track and is a good buy. As a small quick comparison, HP 630 with mush less inside the case is selling at similar prices, as a watcher the Dell Inspiron N4110 definitely wins the game for Dell.