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Fun just got a whole new look. The InspironTM 17 laptop is more refined - from its streamlined thin and light design down to its powerful features.
Introducing the Inspiron 17R laptop. With a 17.3-inch display and 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ processor, you get the performance you need.
Meet your everyday computing needs with Intel® 2nd Gen Core™ processors and Genuine Windows® 7.
An HD display, webcam, and Intel® Wireless capabilities help keep the fun going wherever you are.
Dell Stage software on your Inspiron 17R delivers the things that matter to you right to your desktop, with your most recent content always front and center. Seamlessly toggle between your favorite music, videos, applications and more, all from a sleek, movie-reel-style interface.
The battery was wrong ......just when the garantee finished.Published 6 months ago by Carolina Garcia
The battery came bad. And not under warranty. Now I buy the battery separately. It seems a mockery to sell the equipment and the battery is bad, then you must pay $ 38 more to... Read morePublished on January 20, 2013 by Andres Lara
It has everything we need, for a great price. My daughter is a gamer and she hasn't complained yet! We skype a lot and the picture and speed is great.Published on January 17, 2013 by Mavis Pais
I was hoping this would be a good replacement for my current Dell, but as it turned out it wasn't as nice as the one I already had.Published on January 16, 2013 by The Redhead
This laptop is fantastic. It's fast, huge, and heavy, but you know that going into it when you buy a 17" laptop. Unfortunately, it shipped with a dead battery. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by David Tabachnick
This Laptop is excellent, the color, speed and the price is fit for my wallet. I will buy one more for my Son very soon.Published on January 9, 2013 by heineken
battery life kept it from getting the 5th star, but other than that it exceeds expectation. The set up directions could have been a little clearerPublished on December 31, 2012 by cathy thiel