Summary: The $1,099 Dell Inspiron 15R SE has a lot of things to offer multimedia mavens, including an attractive design, a glare-free full HD screen and plenty of audio oomph. While this notebook doesn't offer best-in-class performance, its third-generation Intel Core i7 processor and AMD GPU can handle any workload along with the most popular games. In this price range, we prefer the Lenovo IdeaPad Y580 and ASUS N56VZ , both of which offer more battery life.
Pros: Attractive design with customizable lids, Skullcandy speakers, Good graphics performance, Fairly fast boot time
Summary: The Dell New! Inspiron 15R Special Edition starts at a price tag of Rs.50,490, which is the cost of the model we reviewed. It feels a little bit expensive and perhaps a higher resolution screen would have balanced it out a bit. If you don’t care about the Skullcandy branded speakers then the standard version of the 15R is also a very good choice as you get a similar configuration (Core i5-3210M, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, AMD HD 7670M) for just Rs.42,500.
Summary: Oh so special. Dell introduces the new and completely redesigned Inspiron notebooks - including two SE (Special Edition) models - the Inspiron 15R SE and 17R SE. Aluminum accent panels for the chassis, a more powerful graphics card and a better display all help differentiate the SE models from the standard.
Pros: interchangeable display lids, sturdy surfaces, 4x USB 3.0 and Blu-ray optical drive, 1 year in-home service, solid input devices, brigth, non-glare HD-Display, decent speakers, The great display and the well-designed input devices
Cons: so-so built quality, heats up under load, short battery life, A few more Switch-display covers for Special Edition
Conclusion: This new breed of 15 series, Dell Inspiron 15R N7520 special edition laptops performance is very impressive in every aspect of working. This stylish laptop amazes you with brilliant display and advanced technology. Truly, this accessory adds to your persona.
Pros: This high performing special 15 series laptop from Dell is pact with multiple features for advanced connectivity, faster browsing and impressive multimedia. The only thing you will not getting is the affordable price tag.
Cons: This high performing special 15 series laptop from Dell is pact with multiple features for advanced connectivity, faster browsing and impressive multimedia. The only thing you will not getting is the affordable price tag.
Conclusion: The Dell Inspiron 15R SE reminds us of the fat, ugly kid in the class. Y'know, the one that had all the brains too? We may not find the 15R SE the laptop that we're most drawn to, but boy does it deliver on the power front considering the price. Battery life is a letdown, but otherwise this affordable laptop could make an ideal desktop replacement or all-round family computer.
Pros: Full HD (1920x1080) resolution screen, affordable, USB 3.0, 8GB RAM, 2GB graphics card
Cons: Plastic build quality, bulky construction, feels cheap, can be slow to load, bloatware
Conclusion: Notwithstanding a handful of gripes, the Dell Inspiron 15R SE 7520 delivers a power-packed punch for you to breeze through your workday like a dream and enjoy loads of sheer quality time to chase passions close to your heart. All said and done, the Dell Inspiron 15R SE 7520 is a pretty sophisticated laptop proffering astounding multimedia and connectivity together with an excellent overall performance.