Planet’s thinnest 15.6 inches Dell XPS 15z notebook

Dell XPS 15z is a thin stylish looking 15.6 inches notebook. It is only 0.97 inch thick and weighs just 2.51 kg. It is claimed as the planet’s thinnest 15.6 inches notebook. This article will show you the exciting factors of this light weight notebook.

Experience the fast:

You can experience the fast performance computing in this notebook with its second generation Sandy Bridge Intel Core i5-2410M 2.30 GHz (up to 2.90 GHz) processor or i7-2620M 2.70 GHz (up to 3.40 GHz) processor. It allows you to play high quality graphics enabled games with the help of NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M graphics (1 GB or 2 GB).

Easy to work:

You can easily complete your work faster through the help of Stage software. This software helps you in providing your favorite movies, music, photos, and more stuff with its easy to use interface. It also helps you to share, edit, and as well as view your photos in the high definition mode. With its spacious backlit keyboard, you can work even faster.

Huge storage place:

This ultrathin device will bring you the speed computing performance with the dual channel DDR3 memory (up to 8 GB 1333 MHz). It also provides you the huge memory storage SATA HD (up to 750 GB 7200 rpm).

Wireless connectivity choices:

You have got a lot of wireless connectivity choices in this thin notebook like Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/n, Intel Wireless display ready, and Bluetooth v3.0. Other than the wireless connectivity, it also boasts HDMI 1.4 port, two USB 3.0 ports, and USB 2.0/e SATA Combo along with Power Share.

Extended battery life:

Generally, every person will like to have a notebook with a long lasting battery life. Then the XPS 15z notebook will be the right pick for you because it delivers an extended battery life (up to 8 hours 22 minutes) with its 8 cell lithium polymer battery.

Price:
Dell has launched this notebook on 24 May 2011 for a starting price of $999.

Overall, Dell XPS 15z notebook will be the better choice for its thin design and fast performance.

 

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