It’s another Dell in the list. They have been consistently delivering quality products for some time now. Today we are gonna look at another mid-tier laptop, Dell Inspiron I7579-5588GRY-PUS. Let’s start then.
- CPU – Intel Core i5 Dual-Core (7th Gen), 2.5 GHz
- GPU – Built-in Intel HD Graphics 620
- Memory – 8 GB DDR4, extendable up to 16GB
- Storage – 256 GB SSD
- Screen – 15.6 inch full HD IPS display with multi-touch screen (1920×1080)
- OS – Windows 10 Home edition
- Speed – This laptop is almost lightning fast with its 7th gen Intel Core i5 processor and 8 gigs of DDR4 RAM. Even while running multiple programs, it lags almost next to nothing, living up to its name. It comes with a super fast SSD instead of a standard hard disk drive; a small trade-off between storage and the speed, I guess.
- Price – It isn’t one of those extremely costly fancy laptops. It touts a reasonable price tag knowing that it is a mid-range laptop.
- Feel – The computer comes with a backlit keyboard which, in my opinion, is a pretty cool feature to possess. It can be folded 360° effectively making it a tablet and letting the user take advantage of the 10-point multitouch screen. The touchscreen is pretty sensitive to even the slightest touch.
- Sound – Confession time!! The sound quality of the speakers in this laptop is not up to the mark; even though Dell claims it’s from the famous Bang and Olufsen. Some users even complain that it gives static and screeching noises sounding like some cheap speaker.
- Weight – Even though it’s not a monster among the laptops, it sure is a bit heavy. It weighs around 4.8 lbs; not way too heavy, but not very light either.
- No Optical disk drive – Sadly, Dell didn’t think it would be a wise idea to include the optical disk drive. As a result, you have to buy it separately if you need one.
Truth be told, it’s not a rockstar performer. It’s one of those ‘get-your-job-done’ laptops. It performs pretty efficiently at an affordable price. If you need a computer for your project work or your presentation maybe, then Dell Inspiron should be your go-to thing.