Dell Inspiron 15 ReviewThe Dell Inspiron 15 is aimed at the competitive sub £400 laptop market, offering a decent specification, with an Intel Core i5 2430M 2.4GHz processor, 500GB hard drive and 4GB RAM, all encased in an understated black exterior. Connectivity includes a DVD RW, Webcam, and three USB ports, all running on Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. If you're after a functional and practical laptop, then the Inspiron range from Dell could be the answer - read on for our review.
Below is our review of the Dell Inspiron 15, a 15.6" laptop, featuring 4GB RAM, 500GB hard drive and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit.
Inspiron 15 Pros and Cons
Pros: Great build quality, feels solid, and a pretty good specification.
Cons: Weighs quite a bit, no numerical keypad and battery life is relatively poor.
Our Verdict for the Dell Inspiron 15To conclude - if you're after a laptop for using around the house, then the Dell Inspiron 15 could be ideal - it will be as solid as any other laptop on the market that we've tested, and so less prone to breakage.
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Reviewed by Techdesigns Staff on . Rating: 4.0
Dell Inspiron 15 Specification
Model: Inspiron 15
Screen size: 15.6"
Processor: Intel Core i5 2430M 2.4GHz
DDR3 RAM: 4GB
Hard drive: 500GB
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
Extras: DVD±RW and Webcam