Updated on 27 September 2018: Added details on local availability and pricing.
Originally published on 3 September 2018:
Dell’s Inspiron 7000 line is getting a new and more premium design and the latest processors from Intel. At IFA 2018, Dell announced its refreshed Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 series, which is available in 13-, 15-, and 17-inch flavors.
For starters, the notebooks ditch their plastic build for a more premium machined aluminum chassis. The bezels have also slimmed down on the 13- and 15-inch models, so they look much more like their cousins in the XPS series. However, Dell managed to make room for a webcam in the top bezel, so you don’t have to put up with awkward camera angles.
The company says it could do this thanks to a new, miniaturized 2.7mm webcam that it’s using with the Inspiron 7000 systems. The 4-element lens webcam also supposedly offers better performance in low light, thanks to a technology called temporal noise reduction. In a nutshell, this technology employs an algorithm to differentiate between noise and useful detail in an image in order to produce a clearer image.
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