[Comparison] Dell Inspiron 15 3511 vs Inspiron 15 3501 – what are the differences?

The Dell Inspiron family of laptops offers a lot of bang for the buck. Their most recent one, the Inspiron 15 3511 can be a fantastic daily driver device, with as much power as you want. The laptop uses a modern design, which actually helps it perform better.

It also comes in two variants with either an integrated or a discrete GPU. Today we will draw a quick parallel between it and its predecessor, to see what are the differences.

Full Specs: Inspiron 15 3511 (Integrated) / Inspiron 15 3511 (Discrete) / Inspiron 15 3501

The laptop has been redesigned from the ground up, with a plastic unibody that comes in a good-looking carbon black color. The laptop has sharp edges and rounded corners, including a flat lid with a Dell logo, debossed onto it. In terms of dimension, the new device is more than 200 grams lighter, while also being a millimeter thinner.

The display selection has remained the same with two 15.6-inch panels, with either a 768p TN panel or a Full HD IPS panel.

Lastly, the specs have been upgraded. The older Ice Lake chips are gone in favor of the Tiger Lake G-series of processors. You can choose between Core i3-1115G, Core i5-1135G7, or Core i7-1165G7. In terms of graphics, there are the integrated Iris Xe units, which perform great, being able to even handle some light gaming. The discrete MX350 is also available.

All Dell Inspiron 15 3511 (Integrated) configurations:

All Dell Inspiron 15 3511 (Discrete) configurations:

All Dell Inspiron 15 3501 configurations:

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