4.5 / 5 stars (2 reviews) - Fast and functional
Latest review: December 20, 2018 | Model: Dell Inspiron 24 I5477-7491SLV-PUS
Inspiron Line have been for years reliable workforces. This is no exception. This model comes with a current generation Intel Core i7, Intel graphics, 24-in 'Borderless' Screen that is touch enabled, and can also be used as a TV or monitor, nice integrated speakers, a 7200 RPM, 1 GB hard disk, 12 GB DDR4 RAM. I think this is a great value for a daily use home, dorm or office PC. While the Inspiron line has several options to choose from, this configuration seems to be the current sweet spot... Things to consider: I wish it had a thunderbolt 3 port to be able to connect external video cards, but that would make it more expensive and I realize many people would not use it. Also there is only one USB-C port, which is probably fine now but more new devices like USB sticks and faster external drives are coming with USB-C connectors. The pedestal could be a bit more flexible. If you plan on using it for gaming, this PC does not have an external video card, so it's good for casual gaming. These points are minor for most people. Dell has been making Inspiron PCs for a long time and it shows they know what they're offering. I'd be happy to recommend this for anyone looking for an all-in-one desktop for daily use for years to come.Reviewed by: E. F. Panighetti | Read Dell Inspiron 24 5477 reviews...
3.5 / 5 stars - The Dell Inspiron 24 5477 features a 23.8-inch touchscreen and a pop-up webcam
Review date: October 4, 2018 | Model: Dell Inspiron 24 5477
The Inspiron 24 5477 would have been a complete package had Dell included an SSD in addition to the high-capacity hard drive. This would have made the experience so much better, right out of the box. Optane Memory is too expensive if you’re buying it separately. For example, a 16GB module will set you back by about Rs. 3,500. Instead, you could pick up a 240GB M.2 SSD for about Rs. 4,000 and reinstall Windows on it, for a significant speed boost. With taxes, the price of this AIO goes up to almost Rs. 93,000, which is still fairly competitive, as it’s hard to find any other AIO at this price which matches it in terms of specifications. If gaming is what you’re after in an AIO, then the Inspiron 5477 is something you could consider. Just invest in an SSD and you should be good, while still staying within a budget of Rs. 1,00,000.Reviewed by: Roydon Cerejo | Read full review...