The newly released Dell Inspiron 5000 T7M54 packs a surprisingly amount of performance into a price that isn’t too far from budget range. This 15.6 inch model has a bit for every type of user from home, business and even gamers and at first glance appears to be one of the better guys currently available on the market. We can’t always go by first glances though and today we will review this laptop a bit closer and find out what some of its biggest benefits and downsides are.
Processor: Intel Core i7
Memory: 16 GB of RAM
Storage: 256 GB SSD
Screen: 15.6 Inches
OS: Windows 10
– With a powerful Intel Core i7 processor and plenty of memory at 16 GB this system is easily able to handle high end workloads without suffering from poor performance
– For those that like to have a bit of fun as well on their laptop devices the AMD Radeon R7 M445 graphics card can handle the demands of modern games with its 4 GB of dedicated memory
– 3 USB ports are available with 2 of these running on the newer and faster 3.0 technology
– The SSD drive helps give this laptop an extra boost of performance beyond what the already powerful processor and memory combination provides
– Something a little bit different than many of the new laptops is that the optical drive is still included and will be a big plus for those that still use physical media
– With 10 hours of battery life staying on the go for the full day on a single charge is a very real possibility
– This model is slightly heavy at 2.3 Kg and part of this is due to the fact it has left the optical drive included which adds a little bit of bulk
– With the smaller 256 GB SSD drive you don’t get as much storage space as some other models even though the performance from the SSD helps make up for this
Overall the Dell Inspiron 5000 T7M54 seems to be one of the better laptops we have recently reviewed as it holds its own in just about every category from high end performance to long lasting battery life. About the only improvement we could really see was a lighter weight design but even this is average among many of the other new 15.6 inch models available.