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Dell Inspiron 11Z Laptop Charger Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelInspiron 11z
DateJan 2010
Processor frequency1.3 GHz
Processor familyIntel® Celeron® M
Processor model743
Processor cores1
Processor threads1
Processor cache1 MB
Processor socketBGA 956
Processor cache typeL2
Motherboard chipsetIntel GS45 Express
Processor front side bus800 MHz
Processor lithography45 nm
Bus typeFSB
Processor codenamePenryn
Thermal Design Power (TDP)10 W
Processor seriesIntel Celeron M ULV 700 series
FSB Parity
Tjunction100 °C
Number of Processing Die Transistors410 M
Processing Die size107 mm²
Conflict Free processor
ECC supported by processor
Internal memory2 GB
Internal memory typeDDR2-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory4 GB
Memory clock speed800 MHz
Memory layout (slots x size)1 x 2 GB
Optical drive
Optical drive type
Display diagonal29.5 cm (11.6")
Display resolution1366 x 768 pixels
Aspect ratio16:9
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity3
HDMI ports quantity1
DVI port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
Headphone outputs1
Microphone in
S/PDIF out port
Docking connector
DC-in jack
ExpressCard slot
CardBus PCMCIA slot type
SmartCard slot
TV out
Weight & dimensions
Weight1.39 kg
Width292 mm
Depth214 mm
Height (front)2.35 cm
Height (rear)2.58 cm
Networking featuresEthernet, Fast Ethernet
Total storage capacity250 GB
Card reader integrated
Number of hard drives installed1
Hard drive interfaceSerial ATA
Hard drive speed5400 RPM
Compatible memory cardsSD
Operating system installedWindows 7 Home Premium
Bundled softwareMicrosoft Works 9.0
Trial softwareMcAfee Security Centre 10.0
Colour of productBlack
Discrete graphics adapter
Discrete graphics adapter modelGS45

Dell Inspiron 11Z Laptop Charger Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2010-05-25
Dell's Inspiron 11z is one of the cheapest Intel CULV-based machines on test this month and, as a result, looks aren't its forte. Open its plasticky lid, however, and you'll find one of the nicest screens this month.The panel boasts a native resolution...
Reviewed on 2010-03-10
Thin and light despite reasonable processing power, high resolution displayPoor touchpad design, glossy screen is annoying and has minor backlight issues
The Dell Inspiron 11z notebook has a low price tag, a thin profile and an 11.6in screen — it could easily be mistaken for an Intel Atom–powered netbook. Its dual-core Pentium processor is significantly more powerful than a netbook's CPU, and its high-resolution 1366x768 screen makes it a good choice for Web browsing and viewing high-definition videos.As an 11.6in laptop, the Dell Inspiron 11z sits in the company of high-end netbooks like the MSI Wind series and ultraportable notebooks like t
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Reviewed on 2010-03-02
The line between laptop and 'netbook' has been blurring for a while now and the Dell Inspiron 11z sits firmly in the middle ground of the two and could be argued to be either. Extending the Dell range that started with the Mini 9, then the Mini 10 and...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-16
Intel's Atom processor has grabbed all the headlines over the past 18 months, but the firm's range of CULV processors has quietly made waves too: many budget ultraportables now sport these low-power chips.Dell's Inspiron 11z is the latest to pack one, ...
Reviewed on 2010-01-26
One of the most immediately noticeable things about Dell's Inspiron 11z is its huge battery which props up the laptop at an angle. This not only makes it chunkier than other ultraportables we've seen, it also acts as a stand at the rear. Some may find ...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-25
Good keyboard feel, Very good CPU performanceMediocre battery life, Practically unusable touchpad
The Dell Inspiron 11z is an attempt to rectify the biggest drawback of current netbooks--low processing power--by using Intel's ultralow-voltage Celeron and Pentium CPUs. The 11z--which starts at $379--is available with either the single-core Celeron 7...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-19
Following the critical success of its Inspiron Mini netbook range, Dell has built on its foundation with the CULV Inspiron 11z (£439 inc. VAT). Built around a similar chassis to its predecessors, it provides power, usability and a great battery life a...
Reviewed on 2010-01-15
Nice finish, Satisfying performance levels (dual core), Keyboard comfortable to use, Good autonomy, Plays HD videoPoor quality panel (contrast of 152:1!), Glossy panel and black plastic, The battery sticks out the back, Imprecise touchpad
The screen This screen is a typical example of what not to do. It’s glossy with a TN panel and a ridiculous contrast ratio. We know Dell can do better than this and hope that what we’ve got here is no more than an isolated error. The screen resolution...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-24
Good build quality, appealing looks, multi-touch trackpad, comfortable keyboard, HDMI, loud speakersSlight touch-pad flaw, 6-cell version is slightly bulky, no VGA port, price could be a bit lower
These days, we're seeing these new in-betweener devices amid netbooks and regular laptop sizes. They have emerged out of the desire to have a bigger screen and a little more performance than an Intel Atom powered 10-incher netbook -- while maintaining ...
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
Great screen, Intel CULV processor, loads of hard drive spaceSticky and hard to use trackpad, Windows Vista
Lay your mitts on a small laptop these days, and doubtless it’ll pack in a none–too–nippy Intel Atom, a Lidl–esque price tag and a decent enough 160GB HDD. Thankfully though, the Dell Inspiron 11z is no netbook, with the specs and the grunt to put i...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-15
When running, temperatures stayed within acceptable limits but of course with more processor-intensive tasks, hotspots soon develop but nothing that you would noticed too much if sat in your lap.Noise is minimal from the heatsink. Battery life is arou...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-11
Great battery life, Decent amount of power, Very portableScreen could be better
Following the critical success of its Inspiron Mini netbook range, Dell has built on its foundation with the CULV Inspiron 11z. Built around a similar chassis to its predecessors, it provides power, usability and a great battery life at a very affordab...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-10
Wide range of color and design options, Very good audio quality, Decent HD video playbackExpensive, Below-average battery life, Oversensitive touchpad, Underside runs hot
The 11-inch notebook category is heating up, with all the major manufacturers now offering netbook alternatives with bigger screens and keyboards. The sleek 11.6-inch Dell Inspiron 11z joins the party with a wide range of personalization options, along...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-09
Clearly higher performance than netbooks, HDMI, Small, quiet and light, Low power usage, Good worksmanship, Multitouch function, Hardware installed in the laptop is typical for its classGlossy display, Delicate lid, No VGA (important for those users who use older peripheral devices), Only moderate battery life, Difficult to upgrade the internal components
by: Tobias Winkler 11.17.2009 The Dell Inspiron 11z was released a few weeks ago and its release is the first sign of new development in the 11 inch notebook class. Dell designed the laptop with mobility in mind so that the laptop would give the user ...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-23
Intel's Atom processor has grabbed all the headlines over the past 18 months, but the firm's range of CULV processors has quietly made waves too: many budget ultraportables now sport these low-power chips. Dell's Inspiron 11z is the latest to pack one,...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-06
Slim and light; excellent screen; long battery life from the optional six-cell batteryTrackpad is made of fail
The 11.6-inch laptops that constitute Dell's Inspiron 11z range sport ultra-low-voltage Intel processors, which qualifies them as thin-and-light ultra-portables, rather than just large netbooks. The range starts at about £350. For this review, Dell ...
Reviewed on 2009-11-04
Review Update: Dell Inspiron 11z Article ContentsReview Update: Dell Inspiron 11z After our less-than-enthusiastic review of the Dell Inspiron 11z, we decided to take a second look at this budget-priced ultraportable notebook. The "new" Inspiron 11z ...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-04
Product Code: NM1101 The Dell Inspiron 11z laptop sports an 11.6in screen and low-power processor, and hits a modest £399 price point. Dell's first netbook was the Dell Inspiron Mini 9, followed shortly after by the inch-bigger Mini 10. The Dell Ins...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-30
It may look and feel like an oversized Dell Mini 10 but this machine is all laptop. The use of Intel’s new CULV processor means you’ll find all your favourite apps load and run smoothly. Then there is the screen, which is an absolute belter wi...It’s not all great news as the Dell has Windows Vista pre-installed - we’d suggest making sure it comes with a free Windows 7 upgrade. However, the most disappointing aspect of this laptop is the trackpad. It’s got a nice widescreen aspe...
The Dell Inspiron 11z isn’t a netbook, it’s a laptop, and just to prove it you’ll find Intel’s new CULV Celeron 723 processor, a whopping 250GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM and Windows Vista all in a portable 1.5kg size. For your money, you also get a full-s...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-08
Compact Design, Nice Bright LCD Display, Improved Integrated GraphicsCeleron Processor Is Too Slow, Small Battery With Limited Runtime
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