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Feature packed Dell Inspiron3567 Now From Drive Control

May 22, 2017 • Gadgets and Gaming, Sponsored

The new Dell Inspiron 3567

The new Dell Inspiron 3567

The new Dell Inspiron 3567, available from official distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC), is Dell’s first 3000 series laptop to feature Intel’s latest 7th Generation Core i7-7500U processors while also incorporating a rich set of standard features.

The 15.6 inch Inspiron 3567 is bundled with Windows 10 Pro from and includes a realistic Truelife display, available in HD (1366 x 768) for high resolution clarity coupled with an anti-glare finish. The competitively priced laptop comes with two memory slots which means it can be upgraded to 16GB of memory for improved performance.

Comments Heinrich Pretorius, Dell consumer product specialist at Drive Control Corporation: “The Dell Inspiron 3567 is a true workhorse, offering great features for both consumer and business users. One of its main differentiators is that comes standard with great features such as Intel’s 7th Gen processors and Windows 10 Pro which means it can be readily used in an business environment without the usual price point.”

The Dell Inspiron 3567 includes the following features and benefits:

Intel 7th gen processors (Core i7-7500U) can easily handle tasks, offering responsive performance for surfing the web, editing videos and writing reports;
Waves MaxxAudio Pro provides audio controls and tuning for improved dimensionality to music and videos;
HDMI port allows you to connect your laptop to an external monitor or big-screen TV and two USB 3.0 ports for 10 faster transfer than USB 2.0; and
Standard full size spill-resistant keyboard.

The Dell Inspiron 3567 ships with a one-year collect and return warranty.

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