Last week, Dell launched four new notebooks on Dell.com featuring high-performance AMD Ryzen™ Mobile Processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics or 7th Generation AMD A-Series Processors.
These new devices mean big things for Dell consumer and business customers alike. Notebooks powered by the new AMD Ryzen™ Mobile processors deliver the performance for today’s fast-paced and demanding world.
“All versions of the notebook get a 256-GB SSD. Some might have trouble fitting everything they need on that amount of space, but we’re happy to not see a sluggish hard-drive-only variant,” Tech Report said of the new 13” Inspiron 7000 2-in1. “All AMD-powered Inspiron 7000 13 2-in-1s get the same 1920×1080 IPS touchscreen display.”
They’re built to handle all your day-to-day activities with ease and speedy precision, no matter what you do, from streaming to editing, or where you do it. You get desktop-class performance fit into an attractive ultrathin chassis.
AMD Ryzen processors feature true processor level intelligence. The built-in AMD Sense MI technologies are a collection of learning and adapting algorithms enabling these new Dell systems to deliver the power-efficient performance required for a true performance ultrathin notebook.
With Dell notebooks powered by the AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor with Radeon Vega Graphics, consumers no longer need to switch to a desktop system in order to perform tasks that were not previously possible with an ultrathin. Delivering a no-compromise system, the Ryzen 7 2700U delivers smooth, playable framerates in games, like you’ve never expected from an ultrathin.
With 13” and 15” models available, you can find the Dell Inspiron 5000 and Dell Inspiron 7000 with up to AMD Ryzen 7 2700U performance today on Dell.com. The Inspiron 7000 was the first notebook with the AMD Ryzen 7 2700U to reach retail and launched is available now on at Best Buy.
Two new 11” notebook models featuring 7th Generation AMD A-Series processors round out this launch. Both of these systems are exclusively powered by AMD processors and enable customers entry price-point options in exciting clamshell and 2-in-1 formats.
- Inspiron 5000 15 (launched April 3)
- Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 (launched April 3)
- Inspiron 11 3000 and 5000 2-in-1 (launched April 3)
- Inspiron 11 3000 (launched April 3)
- Inspiron 22” All-in-One (launched February 2018)
- Inspiron 24” All-in-One (launched February 2018)
Reaction to our previous systems with Ryzen has been good. Our first offering using these chips was the Inspiron 17 5000, which Digital Trends wrote about last month:
“…the Dell Inspiron 17 will provide a good platform for entry-level gaming, able to run some older titles at 1080p as long as you turn down the graphics detail and to run less-demanding recent titles like eSports and the like. At the same time, the notebook should provide better performance in creative apps like image and video editing than you’ll get with machines that rely solely on Intel’s integrated GPU.”
Ryzen was also noted by FastCompany as one of the reasons they selected AMD as one of their “World’s Most Innovative Companies 2018.” As we continue to invest in PC innovation here at Dell, we’re excited to work with partners who share that vision.