Dell Inspiron 14Z offers an optical drive type DVD and optionally also a dedicated video card AMD Radeon HD 7570M. Both notebooks also have hard drives of 320 GB or 500, a choice that aims to offer a very large storage space, but that is obviously a negative effect on their weight and size. The bigger version still does not give up performance, because it combines a traditional SSD 32 GB drive, so speed up boot, standby, and output from the execution of major programs, but missing feature in Inspiron 13Z.
The two models differ, then even for the diagonal of the display, that in both cases has a HD resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, but that version Inspiron 14Z measures 14 inches and 13.3 inches in the second. The two new Inspiron will also be equipped with either this or Intel Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge next generation will be built in the last case of a default Core i3 with a 1.4 GHz clock rate, but will be optionally available processors Core i5 and i7.
6 GB of DDR3 1600 MHz RAM, USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4a, Ethernet LAN and audio jack, a 1 megapixel webcam, speaker and Skullcandy audio system with support for Waves MaxxAudio technology and WiFi and Bluetooth will complete the equipment. Dell Inspiron 14Z and 13Z are available in the U.S. and Canada from June 19 respectively at a price of 699.99 dollars and 599.99 dollars for the base configuration. We have not yet confirmed information for the Italian market, but the Dell Inspiron 14Z ultrabook should be on sale from July.