Dell Inspiron 14Z
: The Inspiron 14z has an unconventional design along with a lot of interesting features. Whether or not this 14 inch notebook with a 13″ format powered by an Intel Core i5 2430M could be a success, can be discovered in this review.
|Dell Inspiron 14Z
The Inspiron 14z
is touted by Dell for being especially thin and light, while also having a lot of processing power. It belongs to the consumer series Inspiron, which provides entry level and mid-range notebooks with colorful designs. Dell describes its especially thin models with the abbreviation ‘z’, such as for example the thin XPS 15z. Although the latter is considerably more expensive, and has a lot more processing power than the Inspiron.
From a construction standpoint the Inspiron 14z has the most in common with the Vostro V131, with which it shares the same keyboard, battery, and AC adapter. The Vostro V131 belongs to the entry level business series from Dell, and has slightly smaller dimensions, while also being lifted upwards at the back by the battery. The Vostro V131 however only has a 13.3 inch display, and in this instance a feature that is not explicitly advertised by Dell becomes obvious: The Inspiron 14z has a relatively narrow display frame, and can be classified as a 13 inch device due to its display dimensions. Therefore anyone who is currently looking for a subnotebook, could also take the Inspiron 14z into consideration.
Drivers Dell Inspiron 14Z (N411z) Download For Windows 7 (64bit):
Audio – Sound Drivers
- Intel Rapid Storage Technology : Download
- Atheros AR8152 : Download
- Wireless 1702 802.11 b/g/n, BT3.0+HS : Download
- Intel WiMax Link 6150 : Download
- Intel Centrino Advanced_N 6230 Bluetooth : Application
- Intel Centrino Advanced_N 6230 : Download
- Dell Intel PROSet-Wireless BT Software Intel Intel 6230 : Download
Video – Intel Drivers