Saturday, March 29, 2008
Dell Introduces Sub-$1000 Blu-ray Laptop
Noticing the Changing environment of technology Market Dell has announced that they have added a Blu-ray drive (with reading capability for Blu-ray Discs, and read/write capability for DVDs and CDs) to their award-winning Inspiron line of laptops. More impressive, the Inspiron 1525 with Blu-ray drive will only set consumers back a mere $879. The computer features a 15.4" 720p screen and HDMI output.
Blu-ray disc decoding will be accomplished via a dedicated Broadcom decoder located in the laptops mini-card slot. And for those consumers who want to watch Blu-ray movies on-the-go, Dell has available a slim travel power adapter and IR remote control for quick access to Blu-ray menus.
These laptops are available today directly from their website, and come in a variety of colors and configurations to match any Blu-ray fan's needs.
Posted by SANJIDA AFROJ at 7:15 AM