Dell Introduces Inspiron Micro Desktop, A Cost-Effective Competitor For HP Pavilion Mini
Dell Inc. has introduced a new Windows 8.1-based Inspiron Micro Desktop. The miniature computer is powered by Intel Celeron or Pentium processors.
The Inspiron Micro Desktop encases a 2GB of RAM and 32GB solid-state drive. Buyers, who find the internal memory insufficient for their storage purposes, will be given the option to expand it either through an external SD card or an external hard drive; it can support up to 500 GB hard drive.
Other specs of the Inspiron Micro Desktop include: HDMI outlet, SD card reader, an Ethernet port, and a DisplayPort. As for the USB, Dell has featured one 3.0 port and three 2.0 ports in its computer. In addition, Wi-Fi connectivity feature is available in the device.
The miniature computer comes in two prices that depend on the incorporated processors. One version which comes equipped with Intel Celeron processor–models including J1800, J1900– is priced at $179. The other variant is powered by J2900 Bay Trail chipsets and costs its buyers an additional $50.
One of the most significant feature of the Inspiron Micro Desktop is its support for 64-bit Windows 8.1 with Bing which will, presumably, be upgrade-able to Windows 10.
The latest device from Dell is being compared with the HP Stream Mini. The latter offers much better features including twice the RAM as Dell (4GB versus 2GB) and comes equipped with more powerful Intel’s Pentium or Core i3 processors. However, the better features will cost, greater amount, not less than $319.99.
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