Dell launches the new Inspiron 5000: equipped with 11th generation Core, 72% NTSC color gamut

As Intel’s 11th-generation Core processors are available in large quantities, major PCs are gradually updating their own notebook product lines. According to official Dell news, the Inspiron 5000 series 14 has been updated to a product equipped with an 11th-generation Core processor, equipped with i5-1135G7 16GB memory and 512GB solid-state hard drive, priced at 4699 yuan (USD $671) .

Compared with the previous generation, the new Dell Inspiron 5000 fit 14 has an upgraded screen. The current model is equipped with a 1080P IPS screen with 72% NTSC color gamut, which complements the biggest shortcomings of screen quality.

Now the memory of Inspiron 5000 fit 14 also supports expansion. There are two SODIMM memory sockets inside. Two 8GB DDR4 3200MHz memory is pre-installed at the factory. Users can expand to 32GB memory by themselves. In order to achieve the effect of opening the lid, the Lid-Open Sensor chip is added to the Inspiron 5000 fit 14, which can be turned on when the lid is turned off.

The whole machine uses a metal body with a thickness of 17.09mm and a weight of 1.43kg.

On the left side of the fuselage is the DC power jack, HDMI1.4b, USB-A and full-featured Type-C interface. On the right side of the fuselage is the TF card slot, USB-A interface and 3.5mm headset interface.