Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Review –

The Dell Inspiron line of laptops has been around for years, so we were pleased when we saw a new model updated with the latest hardware from Intel.

It’s a lovely laptop, too, with a brushed metal finish on the lid. We can’t wait to see this show among the Black Friday laptop deals on Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday 2018.

Dell Inspiron


Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Review –

The metal lid and clever Dell logo get this machine off to a good start, and the look continues to the sides and base, where more metal is placed on top of Dell’s plastic skeleton to add a bit of sparkle. However, this is not a particularly expensive notebook, so don’t expect the metal to cover all surfaces. The bottom of the base is only out in metal in the areas where it will be visible, and the keyboard, wrist rest, and display bezel finished in an unappealing matte black plastic. Build quality is a bit more consistent. The wrist rest barely moves, the screen feels sturdy, and the underside has a bit of stretch, but all interior components are well protected. We’d have no qualms about tossing the Inspiron inside a backpack and hoping it would survive the rigors of the road, and you’ll only have to wear a protective case if you’re concerned about cosmetic damage. Port selection is no surprise, with a trio of USB connections, an HDMI, and Gigabit Ethernet output along with an SD card reader.

Interior access is decent – the base panel pops up after removing just two screws, and the memory, hard drive, battery, processor, and wireless card are easily accessible. That’s good, although there’s no room for additional hardware. That is not an Ultrabook or a convertible machine, which means thicker than its two main rivals. At 0.9in (23mm) thick, it’s slightly wider than the 0.78in (20mm) Lenovo ThinkPad X250 and the 0.86in (22mm) Asus Transformer Book Flip TP300LA, and tips the scales at 4.4lbs (2kg). ), almost 2 pounds more than the Lenovo and about half a pound more than the Asus.


Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Review –

The Scrabble-tile keyboard has a numeric keypad. However, which is a boon for productivity, and its layout is, for the most part, correct. We’re not thrilled to see a single-height return key, but that’s our only quibble. It’s a good start, but the keys themselves don’t lend themselves to serious writing. The base is not firm enough. The keys do not have enough travel, a combination of symptoms that makes the keyboard unsatisfactory.

Without the movement and conviction of better and more expensive machines. It’s okay for browsing, instant messaging, and writing emails, but that’s about it. The trackpad is initially overly responsive, which can set in the Control Panel. And that’s fine elsewhere – the surface is smooth and responsive, and the buttons are light and consistent.


Launched in September 2018, this new addition to the Inspiron 15 5000 laptop range base on a new case (5580 series) with a Full HD screen.

The Dell Inspiron 15 5000 tested embeds an 8th generation quad-core Intel Core i5-8265U processor, 8 GB of RAM, and a 256 GB SSD. On the manufacturer’s site, it can well-known for its unique code CN55502.

Operating System: Windows 10

With its speedy processor and SSD, this computer boots up quickly and delivers top-notch performance. Its 8 GB of RAM allows you to run demanding applications simultaneously. The integrated graphics circuit in the processor (Intel UHD Graphics 620) allows perfectly smooth playback of ultra-high-definition videos and enables you to play games from the Windows Store correctly. On the other hand, it scratches out for demanding 3D games.

Its metal case gives it good strength while remaining thin and light (23 mm thick, 1.75 kg). The matte panel Full HD screen presents a beautiful image with good viewing angles on both axes (vertical and horizontal). In use, the keyboard is pleasant, but the absence of a numeric keypad is surprising and will be a prohibitive point for some users. We were also a little upset by the autonomy of its battery (capacity 42 Wh): 4:18 in video playback, 4:34 in Internet browsing via Wi-Fi.

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