Dell Inspiron 15 5575: Detailed Review
It is finally the season for AMD powered Ryzen laptops and Dell shipped their newest Inspiron 15 5575 to us for review. There has been a lot of excitement around AMD’s Ryzen chips for the laptop, with expectations that we would finally get a viable competitor to Intel. Currently, there are three processors in AMD’s mobile CPU line, the Ryzen 3, Ryzen5 and the Ryzen 7, all aptly designed to compete with Intel’s Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 chips, all at a slightly lower power consumption added advantage of Vega graphics and of course, a lower price point. If there’s anything we’ve learned from the past, its that every time there is a lower price tag involved, it has served as an excuse for manufacturers to remove crucial, essential or even standard features from their product. With the Dell Inspiron 15, the goal is to find out whether Dell is leaving out basics and essentials or not. Just a point of clarification, Dell offers the Inspiron 15 in both AMD and Intel flavours. The AMD versions have the model number 5575 while the Intel variants have the model number 5570. Our review covers the Dell Inspiron 15 5575.
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