DELL is about to launch two new laptops: to unveil it was Microsoft which, in a post on its blog, mentioned several specifications of the renewed Inspiron 14 Plus and 16 Plus.
Burning the partner on time, Microsoft has unveiled two new notebooks from the American DELL which, represented by the Dell Inspiron 14 and 16 Plus, have quite a few differences from each other.
Both animated on the software side by Windows 11 (Home, with the brand that recommends the Pro for companies), the two Dell Inspiron 14 and 16 Plus indeed also share different specifications, so that they can be considered “different twins”: in particular, the two notebooks use displays with the benefits of ComfortView Plus and anti-reflection (so as not to tire the eyes) but also Dolby Vision (perhaps to better enjoy Netflix series such as Daredevil and Stranger Things), characterized by a peak of 300 nits of brightness, rendered in a 16:10 format with more vertical space.
The webcam is FullHD (1,080 pixels at 30 fps) and is accompanied by a dual microphone array: noise reduction is present both in video and audio capture. In the audio field, it is possible to benefit from an immersive sound according to the Dolby Atmos standard and from Waves MaxxAudio Pro proprietary optimizations.
The RAM provided on board the two Dell Inspiron laptops 14 and 16 Plus is of the DDR5 type with a speed of 4800 MHz, ipso facto with a bandwidth of 1 and a half times greater than the 3,200 MHz DDR4 RAM mounted on the Inspiron 14 and 16 Plus still on sale in Italy (respectively. for 1,050 and 1,250 euros ivati): the storage, SSD NVMe M.2, can reach a maximum of 2 TB. Another common denominator concerns some connectivity, including Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, USB 3.2 of 1st gen Type-A, HDMI 2.0 and (in the case of Intel) Thunderbolt 4.
In the Dell Inspiron 14 Plus there is a 14-inch display that can reach a resolution of 2,240 x 1,400 pixels, so in 2K: in the big brother DELL Inspiron 16 Plus you can go up to 3K, or 3,072 x 1,920 pixels.
The smaller model, at the processing level, allows you to choose between 12th generation Intel processors (precisely of the H series) or AMD Ryzen 5000 (presumably the 12-thread 5625U hexacore): the integrated GPU, in the case of Intel, oscillates between an Intel UHD and an Iris Xe, with the AMD version taking advantage of its AMD Radeon. As for dedicated GPUs, you can go as far as the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, equipped with an amount of 4 GB of reserved GDDR6 memory. The RAM can go up to a maximum of 40 GB.
Moving on to the larger Inspiron 16 Plus, there is the only Intel option, with the possibility of going up to the SoC with 14 cores (4.70 GHz in Turbo Boost) and 20 threads i7-12700H, with a TDP that can go up to 115W. There is always the possibility to choose between the Iris Xe and UHD iGPUs but, if you opt for a dedicated GPU, the relative series of options is also added, which culminates (also in consumption: 60 watts) with the GeForce RTX 3060 implemented with 6 GB of reserved GDDR6 memory: in this model the RAM can be up to 60 GB.