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Movies, games, music and Web chat come to life with amazing visuals and incredible sound - all powered by the latest Intel processors. Its top-of-the-line adaptable speed and responsiveness make the 2nd-generation Intel Core processors the ideal choice for visibly smart performance.
The thinnest 15-inch PC on the planet, the Dell XPS 15z (model XPS15z-72ELS) delivers the power you need while keeping things light (just 5-1/2 pounds) and easily portable. Housed in a luxurious, eye-catching, and elegantly crafted case that's less than an inch thick, it features a backlit keyboard with adjustable brightness. Rounded contours and precision-crafted lines give XPS 15z the illusion of floating just above every surface. It also offers a smooth-textured, comfort-designed palmrest and touchpad.
It's powered by a second-generation Intel Core i5 dual-core processor ("Sandy Bridge"), which provides breakthrough digital media management, content creation, and 3D gaming capabilities. And you'll enjoy a rich set of new features for a stunning and seamless visual PC experience with no additional hardware. It's complemented by NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M graphics with 1 GB of dedicated DDR3 video memory and NVIDIA Optimus technology.
This Dell laptop features two speedy USB 3.0 ports--the latest development in USB data transfer technology. Perfect for transferring and retrieving large files between your PC and an external hard drive or digital camera, USB 3.0 offers the speediest, most efficient way get what you need from external devices. (It also comes with a combo eSATA/USB 2.0 port, plus the two USB 3.0 ports are backward compatible.)
You also get Dell's innovative Stage software, which provides a one-stop entertainment hub. Download movies, play games, listen to your favorite songs, and stream radio stations with RadioTime. Connect with friends on social networks, and view their Facebook and Flickr photos together in a real-time photo stream (learn more below).
This package contains the Dell Inspiron XPS15z-72ELS notebook PC, AC adapter, rechargeable battery, and printed documentation.
McAfee SecurityCenter with Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware, Firewall (6-month subscription); Microsoft Office Starter 2010
Dell Support Center
The centrally located, easy-to-use Dell Support Center application offers provides personalized support resources. Conveniently located on your PC's desktop with quick links to service, support and system resources. You'll be able to keep your system up-to-date and running efficiently through automated fixes for common configuration issues.
Dell DataSafe Online
This optional online backup service (additional charges applicable) offers data protection by enabling you to back up data to a safe, remote storage site using a broadband connection. Dell DataSafe Online is designed to be easy, flexible and secure. After setup, it will automatically back up data and help protect against software, hardware and catastrophic failure.
Dell Stage 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 applications (photos, videos, music, Web pages and more) with ease, all from Stage's sleek, movie-reel style interface.
With Stage, you can easily edit and crop your photos, then share them with family and friends on Facebook or Flickr--no extra software required. Want to find that song you love? MusicStage lets you search your music collection by artist, title or even genre. And when you're ready to share your home movies, PhotoStage makes it easy to play and upload video files to Facebook.
When you buy a Dell system equipped with Stage software, you get a one-stop entertainment hub. Download movies, play games, listen to your favorite songs and stream radio stations with RadioTime. Connect with friends on social networks, and view their Facebook and Flickr photos together in a real-time photo stream. Stage delivers the things you need, right where you need them.
Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music. You can even watch, pause, and rewind TV or record it to watch whenever and wherever you want. For the best entertainment experience, choose a PC with Windows 7.
Simplifies everyday tasks, works the way you want, and makes new things possible.
Windows 7 and Windows Live bring it all together for free. Get the free set of programs that make it simple to create and share amazing photos and movies, organize mail, and stay connected with your closest friends.
Windows Live is available for free at download.live.com.
|Item model number||XPS15z-72ELS|
|Operating System||Windows 7;|
|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10.40 x 1.30 x 15 inches|
|Computer Memory Type||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive Rotational Speed||7200 RPM|
|Optical Drive Type||Dual layer DVD Burner|
|Audio-out Ports (#)||1|
This laptop sucks. That's an all encompassing statement.
I thought I was getting a deal when I purchased it online from the Dell outlet as a refurbished unit. Read more
I have owned about 10 Dell computers , 6 Desktops and 4 Laptops.
I have a prior model XPS with Xp on it that still runs great and is built to last 10 yrs or more. Read more
I bought this laptop a year and a half ago for my daughter on her way to college. I liked the low weight, backlit keypads and the fact that it is a Dell. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amy L. Henning
Purchased in 2011 and what a ride. Let me state that this is the 5th Dell system in my home. I have owned a desk top purchased in 2001 and it was a little workhorse. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Hudson
if you surf the web you will find many, many, many users with the same problem. Most of us have replaced the battery, motherboard, adapters, upgraded bios, etc. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Peter
I bought one of these computers new with just about all the options in May of 2012. It was a great unit until the motherboard had to be replaced. Dell took care of it the next day. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Phil C.
Remember how you used to make fun of Pabst Blue Ribbon? Remember? Tastes like tap with a bitter beer finish? Read morePublished on August 14, 2013 by melissa hall
This laptop has created endless problems for me from the day I bought it directly from Dell to the day it died a few months after warranty expired. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by Martin
This is my second laptop from Dell and the last one! After a bit more than a year (14 months to be precise), right after the warranty expired, I got the battery issue (I had the... Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Zhu