In the last few weeks Dell has expanded its consumer line up with additional Ubuntu machines: both the economical Inspiron series as well as the high-end, XPS 13 developer edition.
The new economical Ubuntu laptops are made up the Inspiron 14 3000 and Inspiron 15 3000 (14 & 15 denote the screen size) which each offer four configs. All configs of both the 14 and 15 are non-touch.
Here are the specs:
- Celeron/2GB/500GB: $219.99
- Celeron/2GB/500GB + optical drive from SAPP: $259.99
- Pentium/4GB/500GB: $279.99
- Pentium/4GB/500GB + 2 year mail in service (the above all come with 1 year mail in service): $329.99
- Celeron/4GB/500GB: $249
- Celeron/4GB/500GB + optical drive from SAPP: $279.99
- Pentium 4GB/500GB: $279.99
- Pentium/4GB/500GB + 2 year mail in service (the above all come with 1 year mail in service): $349.99
XPS 13 developer edition
The XPS 13 developer edition, which in the states has been available only to businesses, is now available to consumers as well. The four consumer configs are a bit different than those in business:
- i3/128GB/4GB/Non Touch FHD: $799.99
- i5/128GB/8GB/Non Touch FHD: $949.99
- i5/128GB/8GB/ Touch QHD: $1,249.99
- i7/256GB/8GB/ Touch QHD: $1,549.99
Check them out, you may find one just right for you.
Pau for now…