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
Excerpt: We're big fans of Dell Inspiron 15 5000 and it's now better value than ever, having recently received a £50 price drop. This means the top spec is now available for under £500, making it one of the best laptops you can buy today without breaking the bank.
Summary: The new Dell Inspiron 15 is a 15.6in value for money all-purpose budget laptop. The Dell Inspiron 15-1564 we tested is based on Intel's "Arrandale" Core i3 processor, has a full-sized keyboard, good looks and overall performance.