Dell Inspiron computers are made by Dell, an American multinational computer technology company as an affordable line of computers. They come in laptops, desktops and all-in-one computers. They were originally released in the mid 1990’s in the U.S. and marketed as a home office/consumer line of computers.
According to Forbes, Inspiron computers have a range of specs, from basic to gaming computers. They come in three series, the 3000, 5000 and 7000 series. Some of the features in the higher end Inspiron 17 7000 include a long battery life, quality audio and 8th generation processors, while the budget friendly Inspiron 3000 series offers the Celeron processor and only 4 gigabytes of RAM so it’s not capable of heavy editing work but will work well for most general purposes.
T3 reviewed the latest Dell computers of 2020 and three of the best were from the Inspiron line, including the Inspiron 7000 series, Inspiron 5000 series and Inspiron 3000 series. In terms of specifications, the 7000 offers up to 8th-gen Intel Core i7-8565U (8MB cache, up to 4.6 GHz), up to Nvidia GeForce MX150 with 2GB GDDR5, up to 16GB DDR4 2,666MHz, up to 15.6-inch, up to FHD (1920 x 1080) and up to 512GB PCIe SSD. The 5000 series has the same options as the 7000 series for the CPU and Graphics but up to 16GB DDR4 2,400MHz RAM, up to 17.3-inch, up to FHD (1920 x 1080) screen and up to 2GB SATA HDD storage. The 3000 series, offers up to 7th-gen Intel Core i5-7200U (3MB cache, up to 3.1 GHz) CPU, up to Intel HD graphics 620 graphics, up to 8GB DDR4 2,400MHz RAM, 15.6-inch HD (1366 x 768) screen, and up to 1GB SATA HDD storage.
Dell Inspiron laptops can be identified by locating the model number which is typically printed on the bottom cover, in the battery compartment, or around the keyboard.
For more help with identifying your Dell Inspiron laptop, visit Dell’s support page here.