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: 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.
A big and roomy notebook for the home that features a 4K screen
Good Gear Guide.au
21 June 2015
Excerpt: Dell’s 15.6-inch Inspiron 15 7000 Series (Inspiron 15-7548) is a notebook for a home that doesn’t require a traditional desktop PC. It’s also rather slim considering its size, and at 2.13kg is not overly heavy to lug around when portability is needed.
Pros: Slim and relatively light for a 15.6-inch notebook, Soft and backlit keys
It's a mixed bag, but it offers a strong core configuration that some might find appealing
Good Gear Guide.au
17 September 2012
Summary: The Dell Inspiron 15 5547 is a mainstream, 15.6in laptop with a strong central configuration. It's good enough for students, families, and anyone who wants a reasonably fast, yet affordable, laptop with a Full HD screen.
Pros: Full HD, IPS screen, Core i7 CPU, Discrete graphics
Cons: Could use some refinement, 10/100 Ethernet, 1x1 802.11ac
Summary: The new Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series will set you back a cool Rs 68,990, which is quite expensive for what’s on offer. We say this, because the HP Envy Touchsmart 15 has the exact same configuration but with more RAM (8GB) and storage (1TB) for Rs 64,000.