About Dell Inspiron Notebooks
Dell Inspiron notebooks are geared towards the home user with built-in web cams and other consumer-related features, and the Inspiron line has been around for many years. Research Inspiron notebooks by Dell with information from the CEO of a computer and video service company in this free video on computers.
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Hi. My name is Roger. I'm with R-Tech Computers and we're going to briefly talk about Dell Inspiron Notebooks. The Inspiron family of notebooks is really geared towards the home user, consumer and small business. Primarily towards the home user. And they're a great set of notebooks that Dell has made over the years. The line goes back a number of years. The product line that is has been around for quite a while. And they're just a well designed notebook. They've got a good set of features built in as far as having web cams on some of their models and so forth. All the features that you would want to use in a consumer environment. You want to be able to have a web conversation with your friend across the country and do a video conversation. And you can do that because it's got a web cam built into the unit. The Inspiron Notebooks are available in both Vista and Windows XP. Though I think they may have phased out the Windows XP at this time. I'm not a hundred percent sure, but they have definitely been offered with Windows XP in the past. And over the years obviously you know that's changed. I don't know if the line goes back far enough to where Windows 98 was our millennium edition was available, cause I'm not sure when the line came into existence. But at this time they're currently, primarily pushing the Vista operating system. Though as I said, they were available with XP.