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Dell Inspiron 14Z 14.1" - Core i7 Ultrabook (Silver - 5423 - 3517U)

PKR 81,899

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  • Intel Core i7 3517U (1.90 GHz)
  • 8 GB Memory 500 GB HDD 256 GB SSD
  • Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • 14.1" 1366 x 768
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
  • 13.66" x 9.45" x 0.81" - 0.83" 4.12 lbs.










Moon Silver

Operating System

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit


Intel Core i7-3517U 1.9GHz






500GB HDD + 256GB SSD

Optical Drive

8X Tray Load CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)

Graphics Card

Intel HD Graphics 4000

Video Memory                                      

Shared memory





Dimensions (W x D x H)

13.66" x 9.45" x 0.81" - 0.83"


4.12 lbs.

CPU Type

Intel Core i7

CPU Speed

3517U (1.90 GHz)

CPU Support

4MB L3 Cache


Max Turbo Frequency 3 GHz

Screen Size


Wide Screen Support



1366 x 768

LCD Features

LED backlight


256 GB


500 GB


5400 RPM




Inspiron 14z has a truly premium look and feel. Both the lid and the deck are made from dark gray brushed aluminum, ringed with a matte silver molding and matte silver sides. The bezel is a plain dark gray plastic, while the bottom of this space cruiser-esque design is a simple soft-touch black plastic.

At 13.66 x 9.45 x .83 inches and 4.2 pounds, the Dell Inspiron 14z is one the thinnest and lightest 14-inch notebooks on the market, especially when you consider that it has an optical drive. The new model easily eclipses 2011's 4.4-pound, 0.94-inch thick Inspiron 14z.

Keyboard and Touchpad:

The Inspiron 14z's island-style, spill-resistant keyboard is a mixed bag. The 3.5-inch deep, brushed aluminum palm rest was more than large enough to support our wrists and stayed cool and comfortable throughout our use. However, though the keys are fairly responsive, they offered less vertical travel than a typical notebook, forcing us to be more deliberate in our strokes. The keyboard base also suffered from a small amount of flex when we pressed hard on the middle or top keys.


The Inspiron 14z stayed pleasantly cool throughout our testing. After streaming a video at full screen for 15 minutes, we measured the touchpad at a 85 degrees and the keyboard at a mere 83 degrees Fahrenheit. The underside reached a much warmer 98 degrees. We consider temperatures above 95 degrees uncomfortable and those above 100 degrees disturbing.


With its Waves Maxx audio software enabled, the dual front-facing Skull Candy speakers on the Inspiron 14z provided solid audio playback that's loud enough to fill a room. When we tried streaming bass-heavy tunes like Patrice Rushen's "Forget Me Nots" and Kool and the Gang's "Summer Madness," sound was accurate and pleasant, though not overly rich. However, guitar-heavy songs like the Allman Brothers' "Ramblin' Man" and Motley Crue's "Too Young to Fall in Love" sounded a bit harsh at maximum volume.

When we hit the Waves Maxx audio button in the upper right corner of the deck, a small menu appeared in the lower right corner of the desktop. With press of the button, the Waves Maxx menu cycled through the audio software's audio presets for music, movies, games and other types of content. We found that songs sounded best when the system was set to music mode. Unfortunately, we didn't find a way to configure the audio for different types of music or to manually control the equalizer.

Ports and Webcam:

For an Ultrabook, the Dell Inspiron 14z has a reasonable selection of ports. On the right side are a SD Card reader, an audio jack, a single USB 3.0 port and a DVD burner. On the left side, the notebook has two different port covers. The first cover hides an Ethernet port and the second protects an HDMI port and a second USB 3.0 port. We'd like to see more than two USB ports on a 14-inch chassis, but we were more annoyed by these flaps; they just get in the way.

The 720p webcam captured bright images even in low light. In our conference room, with light streaming in through a window about 15 feet away, our face was both sharp and colorful. In a dim area of our office and, in our dark living room, our face was equally bright and detailed, though there was a little bit of noise. Considering how poorly most webcams work in these environments, the Inspiron 14z's output is impressive.

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