Today we are looking at a budget-friendly laptop suitable for business and educational purposes – the Dell Inspiron 15 3567. Here are the top 5 reasons why you should give it a go or maybe consider another alternative.
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3 reasons to buy Dell Inspiron 15 3567
1. Energy efficient CPU
Now let’s take a look at what the notebook has to offer under its hood. We were pleasantly surprised by the Intel Core i5-7200 processor which provides low consumption (15W TDP) that doesn’t come at the expense of power efficiency so you can get all your tasks done seamlessly.
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2. Able to maintain very good surface temperatures
The cooling design also proves to be pretty efficient. During our extreme tests, the surface temperatures rarely exceeded 30°C which is a nice surprise given the plastic body.
3. PWM is of a high frequency, making it far less harmful
Although the screen of Dell Inspiron 15 3567 is PWM-adjusted, the pulsations are of a very high frequency making it relatively comfortable for prolonged periods of use. You could also install our Health-Guard profile which not only eliminates PWM but also reduces the negative blue light emissions while keeping the colors of the screen perceptually accurate.
2 reasons NOT to buy Dell Inspiron 15 3567
1. Poor Full HD display
Unfortunately, the 15.6-inch Full HD TN display offers uncomfortable viewing angles, a rather low maximum brightness – 172 nits, mediocre contrast ratio – 300:1, and only 50% sRGB coverage, however, this is justified to a certain extent by the budget nature of the panel. We highly recommend using our custom profiles that noticeably improve the color accuracy, white balance, and gamma.
2. Limited storage options
We were also disappointed with the limited storage options – an M.2 slot is missing which means that if you want to upgrade with a 2.5-inch SATA SSD, you have to sacrifice the hard drive.