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Dell Inspiron 15 7559 Review

Discussion in 'Tech Corner' started by ★ iamPK ★, May 15, 2016.

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    Dell Inspiron 15 7559 Review

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    Dell's Inspiron series has long been the safe choice for those looking at budget laptops. Every year, we see a slight refresh in the design in order to keep it up to date, and nearly two years ago, we had the new 7000 series which elevated the Inspiron name to a more premium standing.

    The company has now added a gaming-oriented subset to the current Inspiron 7000 series, and it's is based on the latest Intel Skylake platform. Currently, there are just two SKUs in this series in India, of which we have the premium one. The Inspiron 15 7559 currently competes with the likes of the MSI GE62 6QD, which is also priced close to this Inspiron's Rs. 1,20,990 price tag.

    Look and feel
    The design is very similar to the older Inspiron 7000 series, except for the fact that Dell has traded in the aluminium for a plastic chassis with a matte rubber finish. Coupled with a red motif around the trackpad, speakers, exhaust vents and the logo on the lid, you're looking at a very striking yet understated laptop. The aggressive look is more stealth than flashy, which is something we approve of. It's quite a chunky laptop though, measuring nearly 17mm in width (when closed) and weighing in at 2.72kg. The Inspiron 15 7559 is certainly not going to be easy to carry around.


    Battery life
    The Inspiron 15 lasted for only about 1 hour and 16 minutes under Battery Eater Pro, which is a bit too light for a 6-cell battery. We made sure that only the integrated Intel GPU was active, and not the discrete one. When used for everyday tasks like Web surfing, listening to music, watching videos and working with Office documents, we got a little more than three and a half hours of battery life.

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    Price (MRP): Rs. 1,20,990

    Pros

    • Sharp UHD display
    • Good overall performance
    • Speakers are loud and clear
    Cons

    • A bit expensive
    • No optical drive
    • Heavy and bulky
    • Battery life isn't great
    Ratings (Out of 5)

    • Design: 4
    • Display: 4
    • Performance: 4
    • Software: 4
    • Value for Money: 3
    • Overall: 4
     
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