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Softlogic Information Technologies (Pvt) Ltd., one of the premier IT companies in Sri Lanka and a pioneering subsidiary of Softlogic Holdings announced that the company has introduced the New Dell Inspiron R 14R/15R in Sri Lanka.
The two new Inspiron laptop models, N5110 and N4110 is available in 14”, 15” and 17” with 2nd Gen Intel Core processors and optional switch lids, creating a new dimension in user experience through appearance and performance.
With stylish designs to fit every personality, and 2nd Generation Intel Core processors for fast performance, Inspiron R is the full-featured laptop series catered to the different needs of customers. Through the switchable lid designs individuals can personalize their laptop with SWITCH introduced by Dell Design Studio. Customers will be able to change the look as they please with optional interchangeable lids according to Dell International. The SWITCH by Design Studio collection includes 25 new eye-popping lids sporting vibrant colors and unique designs. Start the day with a Peacock Blue lid, and switch it out for a design-inspired look at night.
Softlogic Information Technologies Director and CEO Roshan Rasool commenting about the new laptop range introduction reiterated the pioneering and innovativeness in the information technology industry in Sri Lanka, “It is our passion to provide our customers the best of the breed in technology; we pride ourselves in connecting innovative solutions which will enhance lives of many Sri Lankans. The introduction of the new Dell Inspiron N5110 / N4110 product range will not only appeal emotionally to the Sri Lankan community, but also enrich their usage through high performance.”
The Inspiron R laptops is produced with sleek form factors, up to 13 hours of battery life on the Inspiron 15R with the optional 9-cell battery and incorporate the latest USB 3.0 technology to make transferring photos, videos, music and other graphics-rich files faster. The Dell Inspiron R laptops will be available across all Softlogic outlets in Sri Lanka for purchase.
Dell, one of the global giants in the IT industry, has recognized Sri Lanka as a strong emerging market for information technology in the Asian region. In 1993 they chose Softlogic, which established their operations in 1991, as their sole authorized dealer in Sri Lanka. Over the years, Softlogic Information Technologies has won several awards from DELL for achieving and over Achieving its Sales Targets. Notably, Softlogic Information Technologies recently received the prestigious ‘Most valuable partner in Asia Pacific’. Softlogic Information Technologies received this award in recognition of their trusted and valued relationship of 18 years with Dell and as an appreciation of its commitment to expand the DELL brand in Sri Lanka.
Softlogic Information Technologies is regarded as one of the pioneers and innovators of the information technology industry in Sri Lanka. Through its partnership with Dell, Softlogic Information Technologies can today, claim to be the largest IT solution supplier to the corporate sector, as well a leading player in the ever expanding consumer range market.
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