Jayesh MansukhaniJun 29, 2007 11:00:00 IST
Dell today killed off its famous Dimension range and in its place has launched a new line of desktops which will now be marketed under the Inspiron brand-name.
The new launches that are available straight away are the 530/531 series and the 530s/531s series. The 530/531 will be fully customizable with processors starting from the low-end 1.6 GHz Sempron to AMD‘s dual-core offerings like the 4400+ processor. For their graphics these desktops will be able to use from variety of cards ranging from Intel’s onboard 3100 series to the Nvidia 7300 LE /8600GT/8300GS cards. The machines will also be capable of memory expansion to 4 GB of RAM, storage space of 1 TB, 17-19 inch LCD monitors, a DVD burner and will use Windows Vista.
The 530s/531s series as compared to the 530 series, will use Intel’s range of processors from Celerons to the Core 2 Duo. The rest of the system specifications will be similar to 530. Both ranges will start at $349 and will scale up to $1200 depending on the customer’s choice.
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