Lately, Dell has been categorizing their laptops pretty well. Their Inspiron brand initially consisted of plain, mainstream, low-priced laptops. Their premium XPS range included sleeker models with better looks and additional features -- at a premium, of course.
But the Inspiron range has followed the story of the ugly duckling, and is catching up with its prettier cousin in terms of looks as well as features.
We're reviewing the Inspiron 1525 today. This 15.4-inch mainstream model seems like a multimedia monster at an enchanting price, so...
An eye-catching designer top design...
The four USB 2.0 ports are a welcome addition. So is the HDMI port.
-- Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop
-- Battery charger
-- Dell Media Remote
-- Drivers and software CDs and DVD
-- Instruction manual
-- Cleaning cloth
-- Dell wireless stereo headset
The bundle has a lot of extra goodies -- like the headset and the remote