Dell Inspiron 560 review: Dell's entry-level Inspiron desktop PC can only be used for basic tasks
Good Gear Guide.au
5 August 2013
Summary: The Dell Inspiron 560 would be reasonably well suited to a family or user that only has the most basic computing needs. It's significantly less powerful than other models in the Dell Inspiron lineup despite only costing a little less. Basic users will find it acceptable, but we'd go for a more expensive model.
Pros: Acceptable power for basic computing tasks like word processing and Web browsing, four case colour options
Cons: The Inspiron 580 is more powerful at only slightly more expensive, only powerful enough for basic computing and media playback