The Innovative Twist of Dell

Dell first came onto the computer scene offering an innovative twist on the usual method of selling PCs. Instead of selling only out of the box PCs, like most manufacturers, Dell built its computers to order. One of the most popular was a desktop PC, the Dell Dimension. Unlike some previous models, it was specifically targeted to the home PC market. In the middle of 1997, the Dimension was replaced by the Dell Inspiron series. Its incarnations so far include the Dell Inspiron 530, 530s, 531 and 531s. The s after the name denotes that this computer model is a “slim” style, and has a small footprint ideal for computer setups in a relatively limited amount of space.

You can build these affordably priced computers to your preferences and needs, from operating system to processor. Dell plans to include Windows XP as an option on its computers until 2010, along with the current Vista OS. Also customizable are the motherboard, graphics card, hard drive, and installed software options from Microsoft Office to Quicken. These mid-range price and performance computers are built mostly for home users, rather than the higher priced models meant for business users. While those who need the performance, higher end options are available, the Dell Inspiron offers just about everything needed by the average home user and is reasonably priced enough to be easy on the budget.

Slim design Dell Inspiron models aren’t always able to incorporate all the features of full sized models. Graphics cards in these computers, for instance, are half the size of those used in a full sized model. However, these slim computers are able to incorporate most of the basic PC functions at full capacity, just like their large cousins. Since you’ll go through a detailed questionnaire as part of your computer buying experience, it’s easy to see which functions can and can’t be included with a given model. If you’re going to lose an important function with the slim design, you’ll quickly be able to see that and choose the full sized model instead.

Dell Inspiron desktops are known for being remarkably problem free. Some notebooks produced by Dell have had a tendency to overheat or shutdown suddenly. This is because of a design flaw that made solder between motherboard and chip break easily. This doesn’t happen with the desk tops, and these computers are generally sturdier and less easily broken than laptops.

Newer versions of Dell Inspiron (530, 530s, 531 and 531s) are also much quieter than previous computers. In fact, their fans operate at barely audible levels so that noise is almost nonexistent. This has not been true of previous computer models (including Dell’s), where fan and even hard drive noise was troublesome enough to be distracting to users. For an affordable computer that can’t be beat for the price, try a Dell Inspiron desktop computer. Its plug-and-play features also make setup very easy, so that even the most novice users should be up and running in no time.

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If you are interested in buying a powerful new Dell Inspiron, make sure you purchase from a reputable Dell Inspiron vendor.

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