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3.5 / 5 stars (14 reviews) - Good performance decent batter life
Latest review: November 24, 2018 | Model: Dell Inspiron 15 i5575-A217SLV-PUS
You cannot beat this laptop for the money. It has a solid APU, good batter life, decent screen. One issue I found is the M.2 slot does not support SATA SSD. Only NVME. This should be clearly stated as I wasted $90 on a SATA M.2 SSD. I would have returned the SSD but I am overseas and will not be back in time to return/replace it. The 5300 rpm 1TB disk is OK for storage but too slow for having the OS on it. I recommend getting a 256G NVME SSD.Reviewed by: erhan | Read Dell Inspiron 15 5575 reviews...
81% - Dell's Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753 offers solid performance figures and good input devices for everyday tasks. Review date: February 2, 2017 | Model: Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
The Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753 is a multimedia device with a simple and unobtrusive design. However, scratches can eventually become a problem for the glossy lid surface, which will not look very good. Our 15.6-inch test sample is equipped with a modern and powerful Intel Kaby Lake processor. The Core i7-7500U offers sufficient performance for everyday multimedia purposes, and the dedicated graphics card ensures that you can still play many modern games, even though the native resolution is too challenging. Our test model is currently available for 719 Euros (~$776) in several online shops... The choice of the storage solution ultimately depends on how much storage you actually need. You will quickly have a problem when you plan to play some games, and it might make sense to get an SSD with a higher capacity. This is possible since you can remove the bottom panel, even though the procedure is a bit fiddly.Reviewed by: Sebastian Bade | Read full review...
4 / 5 stars - Its build quality and battery life aren't the best we've seen, but the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 is still decent value. Review date: September 29, 2016 | Model: Dell Inspiron 5558
In a few ways, this year's Dell Inspiron 15 5000-series is a step down from last year's model. Build quality and battery life have both dipped, which is not something I'd typically expect from Dell. However, the compromises the company has made has allowed it to reinstate the DVD drive, which some users will be happy about, install a Full HD screen and bolster both the processing and graphics performance of this mid-range laptop. While it's lost some of its desirability, the Inspiron 15 5000 is still good value, although the Acer Aspire V3-574G is only £40 more and has significantly better 3D performance.Reviewed by: Michael Passingham | Read full review...