Dell has introduced two new Inspiron Plus series laptops. The Inspiron 14 Plus and Inspiron 16 Plus models are powered by 12th Gen Intel Core H processors, DDR5 RAM and optional discrete graphics. Both options come with Windows 11 preinstalled.
The Inspiron 16 Plus model received a 16-inch display with a resolution of 3K (3072 × 1920 pixels) supporting Dolby Vision technology (the laptop also supports Dolby Atmos sound). True to its name, the Dell Inspiron 14 Plus sports a smaller 14-inch display with a 2.2K (2240 × 1400 pixels) resolution. At the same time, both laptops support ComfortView Plus technology to reduce eye strain for users.
Buyers can choose options with DDR5-4800 RAM up to 64GB for the 16-inch and up to 40GB for the 14-inch model. Both laptops are offered with integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics as well as discrete graphics cards. A larger one might have an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 or GeForce RTX 3060, while a smaller one might have a GeForce RTX 3050 Ti.
Intel processors up to Intel Core i7-12700H with 14 cores and a clock frequency of 4.7 GHz are new to the range. They are equipped with M.2 SSD up to 1 TB, Wi-Fi 6E and a camera with Full HD resolution. According to Dell, the air vents have been increased by 15% in order to handle resource-intensive tasks without overheating.
In addition to the Plus series models, Dell also introduced the regular Inspiron 14 and 16, as well as new convertible portable laptops. The Inspiron 14 2-in-1 and Inspiron 16 2-in-1 can be used as tablets and also support active styluses, which are sold separately from Dell. The price for new products will be announced later.