Dell Inspiron

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Dell Inspiron
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Logo since 2018
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TypeLaptop, desktop computer
Release date1997 (laptops)
2007 (desktops)
Operating systemWindows
CPUx86, Intel/AMD
GraphicsIntel/AMD integrated, or ATI/AMD Radeon/NVIDIA GeForce discrete
Marketing targetConsumer / Home purpose
PredecessorDell Dimension (desktops)
RelatedDell Vostro, Dell Latitude, Dell XPS
WebsiteDell Inspiron

The Inspiron (/ˈɪnspɪrɒn/ IN-spirr-on, formerly stylized as inspiron) is a line of consumer-oriented laptop computers, desktop computers and all-in-one computers sold by Dell.[1] The Inspiron range mainly competes against computers such as Acer's Aspire, Asus' Transformer Book Flip, VivoBook and Zenbook, HP's Pavilion, Stream and ENVY, Lenovo's IdeaPad, Samsung's Sens and Toshiba's Satellite.[citation needed]


A 2005 Dell Inspiron 6400
A black 2017 Dell Inspiron 7472

The Dell Inspiron lineup consists of laptops, desktops and all in ones.


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Dell's Home Office/Consumer class product lines:

  • Studio (mainstream desktop and laptop computers)
  • XPS (high-end desktop and notebook computers)
  • Studio XPS (high-end design-focus of XPS systems and extreme multimedia capability)
  • Alienware (high-performance gaming systems)
  • Adamo (high-end luxury subnotebook)

Dell Business/Corporate class product lines:


  1. ^ Rodríguez, Betzabé; Aydın, Göker (May 2015). "Pricing and assortment decisions for a manufacturer selling through dual channels". European Journal of Operational Research. 242 (3): 901–909. doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2014.10.047. ISSN 0377-2217.

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