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July 7, 2022

Keep connected and creative with Dell’s new Windows 11 Inspiron Plus laptops

Dell’s new Windows 11 Inspiron Plus PC laptops are designed for boosting creativity and connection while providing immersive visuals and crisp audio.

With Windows 11, they’ll be able to tap into many features that help them connect faster, be creative and/or productive and bring them closer to what (and who) matters most.

The Inspiron 16 Plus features the latest 12th Gen Intel Core H-series processors and optional NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics for quick photo and video editing. When configured with a GeForce RTX 3060 GPU, it provides access to a powerful suite of NVIDIA Studio tools including Broadcast and Canvas apps.

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Inspiron 16 Plus

In Windows 11, you can search the Microsoft Store to find favorite apps, movies, shows and steaming services. Load and switch between apps effortlessly with Dell’s new 4800 MHz DDR5 memory, which has 1.5x more bandwidth than the previous generation of 3200 DDR4 memory [1]. Another improvement over the previous generation: a 15% increase in the area of air outlet vents [2] so the laptop can circulate out more air, keeping it running fast and smooth.

The Inspiron 16 Plus has a larger 16:10 aspect ratio active area with up to a 3k resolution display to help you see more content while working and playing. With Windows 11’s Snap Layouts, you now have many ways of snapping your windows on your screen. Video chats through Microsoft Teams get even better with Inspiron’s latest technologies, such as a built-in FHD webcam with temporal noise reduction and wide dynamic range. Dual microphones capture voices distinctly, while echo cancellation and AI-based noise reduction cuts down on background noise.

For those who want a smaller version, the Inspiron 14 Plus is a new member of the Inspiron family.

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Inspiron 14 Plus

The new Inspiron laptops and 2-in-1s include more options to meet diverse needs, with 12th Gen Intel Core processors or AMD Ryzen 5000 Series processors with AMD Radeon Graphics.

The new portfolio has an immersive front-of-screen experience, with products featuring a 16:10 aspect ratio and 4-sided narrow borders for more viewing room. Panels start at FHD+ resolution and offer DC dimming and low blue light solutions such as optional ComfortView Plus hardware [3] helping ensure comfort even when viewing the screen for extended periods.

For added flexibility, the new Inspiron 14 2-in-1 features a 14% larger touchpad that provides extra room for navigation. An optional active pen offers a natural and accurate writing experience with no pairing required, which will also work well with Windows 11’s ability to help you create content the way that works best for you: through writing, drawing and/or taking notes.

New Inspiron 16, 14, 13 and the Inspiron 14 2-in-1 are now available. Find out more about them at Dell.

[1] Based on Dell internal analysis vs. the previous generation, April 2022.

[2] Configurations with Intel UHD Graphics, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, or NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 or 3050 Ti graphics have an 11% increase in vent outlet area vs. the prior generation. Configurations with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics have a 15% increase in vent outlet area vs. the prior generation. Based on Dell’s internal analysis vs. the previous generation, April 2022.

[3] Inspiron 14 2-in-1 does not feature ComfortView Plus.