Conclusion: The Dell Inspiron 1545 performs well within its limits. If you’re in the market for an entry-level notebook to perform basic tasks such as word-processing, web-surfing and just watching DVDs then it could be worth a look – because of its price. However, if you plan to upgrade to the more expensive models, you need to be a little careful.
Affordable all-purpose notebook with 15.6in display and 3GB of RAM
Good Gear Guide.au
4 September 2013
Summary: There's nothing spectacular about the Dell Inspiron 1545 notebook -- until you take its price into account. With an RRP of just $999, it's one of the best-value all purpose notebooks we've tested.
Pros: High quality keyboard, 15.6in display, excellent specifications for the asking price
Cons: Drab design (unless you pay to spruce it up), heavy and not very portable, integrated graphics
Excerpt: While it's unlikely to turn heads with its pedestrian style, this Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop remains a perfectly serviceable notebook that punches well above its weight. (We use the term figuratively, as it is far from a petite notebook.
Summary: A lot of features are missing from this model, that lowers model of this range have such as Bluetooth and Webcam. But in terms of component spec wise this laptop improves on a lot of things. The key to this laptop is to weigh up if you need those features, or you could just buy off Dell directly and pay extra for those items to be added in.
Conclusion: Ya sea que usted es un fan de la música, pertenece a la generación de MTV o ninguna de estas, el Dell Inspiron EMA 2009 Edición Limitada, no logró convencer completamente. Mientras el fabricante promueve un producto con estilo de vida con revestimiento artístico colorido, más bien obtendrá un portátil de 15,6 pulgadas con equipo por debajo del promedio. Con un precio menor a los 500 euros, la competencia ofrece portátiles más robustos y comparativamente configurados.