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Dell Inspiron 14Z Unboxing

by Jon Rettinger | December 17, 2009

With more power than a netbook but without the bulk of a standard laptop, CULV (consumer ultra-low voltage) processors offer a fantastic mix of portability and performance.  Built from Intel’s Core Duo or Core 2 Duo architecture these power-sipping chips are finding their way into machines from virtually every manufacturer.   They are more than capable of ripping through a Hulu HD show and even some light gaming.  Dell’s foray into the CULV game is the Inspiron 14Z.  Prices range from $650 all the way to $900 depending on how you spec it out.

I have been quite impressed with the performance of the CULV chips in the past, I’m anxious to see how Dell’s offering stacks up.  Anyone out there rocking one of these?


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Jon Rettinger

Jon, perhaps best known by his YouTube alter ego Jon4Lakers, has a love for technology that can never be quenched, no matter how hard he tries. If...Jon, perhaps best known by his YouTube alter ego Jon4Lakers, has a love for technology that can never be quenched, no matter how hard he tries. If...


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