Review Dell Inspiron 15.6 Touchscreen Laptop

Dell Inspiron 15.6 touchscreen laptop can be used as a desktop CPU replacement with 10th generation Intel Core i5-1035G1, 12GB DDR4 RAM, Intel UHD Graphics graphics card, and 512 SSD storage capacity All for an official price under $700.

Of course, there are many multimedia laptops or cheap gaming laptops, but the Inspiron 15-3000 has proven to have a very satisfying performance for the price.

Dell Inspiron 15.6 touchscreen laptop specifications and reviews

Processor10th Gen Intel Core i5-1035G1 Processor 1.0GHz
Graphics Intel UHD Graphics
Display15.6″ Touchscreen LED-Backlit FHD (1920 x1080) Display
Memory12GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM
Storage512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
ConnectionsQualcomm DW1810 802.11 Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.2
Ports / Accessories 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1
1x USB 2.0
1x Wedge-Shaped Lock Slot
1x HDMI 1.4b
1x RJ-45
1x Combo Headphone/Microphone Jack
1x Media Card Reader
Stereo Speakers with MaxxAudio Pro
Item Dimensions14.96″ x 10.16″ x 0.89″
Item Weight4.83 lbs
Operating SystemWindows 10

Design and Material Dell Inspiron 15.6 Touchscreen

When it comes to laptops with the latest technology, most people will not mention this 15-inch Dell. It’s a shame, because the Inspiron 15-3000 offers high performance.

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The Dell Inspiron 15.6 touchscreen laptop has its pros and cons. The advantages, first of course, are cheap, second, this laptop conducts heat in a different way than metal, so you can run heavy programs without overheating.

The downside is, the plastic makes this laptop look like a cheap thing, the hinges can wobble, and they make a sound if you put pressure on the screen.

The previous generation of the Inspiron 15 had aluminum like the MacBook Pro, but the current generation uses plastic which allows Dell to lower the price of its laptops a much lower price.

The rubber base that extends along the bottom of this laptop keeps it stable on the table. If you’re interested in upgrading the RAM, wireless card, or hard drive, all you need to remove is one main Philips screw to open the entire panel on the bottom of the laptop.

Ports and Connectivity

Dell Inspiron 15.6 touchscreen laptop has various types of plugs. On the left there is a power jack, Connect an Ethernet (RJ45), HDMI port, and two USB 3.0 ports.

Meanwhile, on the right, there is an SD-card slot, headset port, one USB 3.0 port, and Optical drives (CDs and DVDs). and Security-cable slot.

Speaking of wireless, this laptop supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi for high-speed internet access and Bluetooth 4.0 for connecting an external keyboard, wireless mouse, headset, or another Bluetooth device.

Display and Speaker

The 15.6-inch 1080p IPS display offers wide viewing angles and stunning color accuracy.

As mentioned earlier, Dell offers the option of upgrading to a 15.6-inch UHD (3840 x 2160) Truelife LED-backlit Touch Display upon purchase, but that high resolution and touchscreen will impact battery life.

Anti-glare (matte) on this 1080p screen means reflections from other light sources won’t be a problem, you can also use this laptop in direct sunlight without glare or reflections that are often a problem on regular screens.

The Dell Inspiron 15.6 touchscreen laptop has Waves MaxxAudio Pro, software to process sound from two stereo speakers above the keyboard, and a subwoofer located at the bottom of the notebook.

For a laptop under $700, the speakers owned by the Inspiron 15 are quite good. The sound is clear, with a wide tonal range, and without interference, except at the maximum volume setting.

Keyboard and Touchpad

The Dell Inspiron 15.6 touchscreen laptop keyboard feels much better than the previous Inspiron 15 series. The chiclet-style keyboard is made of the same matte material as the laptop chassis and has ample space between keys.

The keys on the keyboard are equipped with LED backlighting with two brightness settings and an “off” option which is triggered by pressing FN+F10.

The movement of the cursor with the touchpad is quite accurate, but gesture recognition is not always precise, and sometimes this laptop can mistake left-click for right-click.

In addition, the large touchpad allows for accidental input from the wrist; which means you may occasionally find the cursor moving as you type.

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