Dell showcased its new line of laptops running Windows 10 at the Computex 2016 and the devices show premium-level features at less than spicy price points.
Dell's Inspiron 7000 line comes with advanced facial recognition, a feature that makes use of the on-board infrared camera and Windows Hello to allow you to sign in by looking at your screen. The Windows Hello facial recognition technology is so advanced that it can even tell twins apart.
Alongside the ability to login easier into your device, the new Inspiron 7000 laptops pack the following features, regardless if you are looking at the 13-inch, 15-inch or 17-inch device.
- An aluminum chassis that screams high-quality build
- A Windows 10 certified, precision touchpad
- A touchscreen able to display a resolution of 1080p, which also bends into a tablet configuration
- A backlit keyboard, making typing in dim environments easier and faster
- An Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor and DDR4 memory
- Connectivity enabled via 802.11ac Wi-Fi
- A USB-C port, which users may put to work when charging the laptop
- One USB 2.0 port, one USB 3.0 port, a full-size microSD card reader and one HDMI jack
What is more, the smaller laptop variants (13 and 15-inch, respectively) are packed with SSD storage units, making them faster and more responsive during multitasking.
However, the crème of the crop is the 17-inch Inspiron.
First off, it is the first 17-inch laptop able to transform into a touchscreen tablet. Should users request it, the 17-inch Inspiron 17 7000 can be equipped with a discrete Nvidia GeForce 940MX, suitable for low-intensity gaming.
The manufacturer touts that no less than 10 hours of battery life are in store for the device, which is notable as it beats most of Dell's Inspiron 7000 series.
The starting price for the 17-inch Inspiron 7000 is $899. Meanwhile, Dell announced that the 13 and 15-inch Inspiron 7000 models will start selling for $749.
The devices will go on sale on June 2 in China and the United States.
It should be mentioned that Dell aims to pack facial recognition support in its Inspiron 5000 line as well, and the 13 and 15-inch devices from the series will also go on sale on June 2 for a basic price of $529.