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. It’s also quite a bit lighter as well at 2.1kg. The Dell 7000 does make a good case for itself with an excellent build and industrial design, good gaming performance, decent audio and long battery life.
Excerpt: The Dell Inspiron business laptop is just about as entry-level as you can get. With less-than-stellar standard features and plenty of room for upgrades, this device can be as powerful or as lowbrow as you want. Its memory and storage options are slightly above average in the base model, but a few weak features and lacking connectivity options keep it from being a top-ranked option for a business laptop.
Pros: This device features a good amount of RAM, and has four USB 3.0 ports.
It's a mixed bag, but it offers a strong core configuration that some might find appealing
Good Gear Guide.au
4 March 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