Summary: - Dell's design philosophy for the Inspiron 15 7000 seems to be a nice stylish system that focuses on efficiency rather than performance. This is apparent in the choice of a lower voltage processor that helps extend but makes the system underpowered given its size and competitors.
Summary: The "invention" of the Ultrabooks is not a bad one, and without question it caters to the current needs of users: the devices are small, powerful, and recently have become also quite affordable. The Dell Inspiron 15z, priced at approx.
Pros: simple design and good workmanship, solid equipment, very good brightness distribution
Summary: Cutting corners. A new day, a new notebook with Bing Windows. This low-price model has no fan and offers good battery life. On the inside, not surprisingly, the laptop has an Intel Bay Trail CPU.
Pros: Runs quietly, Barely heats up, Good battery life, The laptop runs quietly and has low temperature emissions.
Cons: No USB 3.0, No Ethernet, No Bluetooth, No optical drive, Only 12 months warranty, Dark panel with poor contrast, A better display with a matte surface, USB 3.0 and Ethernet.
Summary: Decent all around. The Inspiron 15 3542 is an inexpensive allrounder-notebook. Thanks to a powerful Core i5 processor and dedicated GeForce graphics card, even gaming is not out of the question. The battery life is very decent as well.
Pros: Not very noisy most of the time, Doesn't get very warm, Low power consumption, Long battery life, Maintenance cover, The good battery life and the low power consumption.
Cons: Glossy and dark display with low viewing angle stability, A brighter, non-glare display
Summary: Dell has a history with their laptops, and they are known for making laptops that suit user productivity and lifestyle. With the Dell Inspiron 15 3000, they are aiming to entice the home users, students and even the working individuals.
Pros: Lightweight, Beautiful display, HD camera, Long Battery life
Cons: Numpad is spaced too closely, Poor max volume, Plastic build
Summary: Minimalistic, yet captivating? You'd like to purchase an affordable multimedia laptop with a sleek design and decent gaming capabilities? In that case, Dell might be onto something with its Inspiron 15-5547.
Pros: Slim, lightweight chassis, Aluminum lid, All ports located at the rear part of the sides, Decent input devices, Dual band Wi-Fi (802.11 ac), Decent application performance, Great maintenance options, Quiet operation, Good battery life, Low energy consumption, The slim, rather lightweight chassis ...
Cons: Build quality not always perfect, Clickpad sometimes not too precise, "Throttled" GPU, Hot under full load, Only 12 months of warranty, No Gigabit Ethernet, Display with strong bluish tint, Glossy, highly reflective screen, Mediocre vertical viewing angles, Below-average speakers, Better innards:...
Conclusion: Notebooks like this are often dubbed desktop replacements. In this case, unless you're an avid gamer or intensive video or animation editor, the phrase fits. As a consumer-grade computer, the Inspiron is powerful, capable, and good-looking enough to be a first-class choice.
Pros: Well-built and attractive, Great-looking high-res display, Nvidia discrete graphics, Decent sound, Ample RAM and storage, Long battery life
Summary: As one of the top-shelf systems in the company's mainstream line-up, the Inspiron 15 7537 is in an interesting position in Dell’s extensive family of laptops and ultrabooks. This laptop is too pricey to be considered affordable by most consumers, and yet it’s not quite in the same class as and...
Conclusion: The Inspiron brand name, which is typically reserved for Dell’s entry-level systems, doesn’t do the Inspiron 15 7000 Series justice. This system is undoubtedly the reason why the XPS 15 is so expensive.
Pros: Sturdy chassis, Large touchpad and keyboard, Solid 1080p touchscreen, Long battery life, Strong performance from CPU and GPU, Good value
Cons: Heavy, Display could be brighter, Fan can be loud at load