The Dell Inspiron 5593 is a decent-priced device with an IPS panel and it can be configured with the latest Intel Ice lake CPUs. If you haven’t checked our in-depth review regarding the Dell Inspiron 5593 you can find it here.
Today we are presenting to you our Top 5 picks about the Dell Inspiron 5593.
You can check the prices and configurations in our Specs System: https://laptopmedia.com/series/dell-inspiron-5593-5594/
3 reasons to BUY the Dell Inspiron 5593
1. The keyboard
The keyboard of the Dell Inspiron 5593 is good for long typing sessions because it has long key travel and clicky feedback. There is a NumberPad section too.
2. The I/O
For that kind of price tag, the port selection looks fine. On the left side, we have an optional USB Type-C 3.1 (Gen. 1), an HDMI connector, an RJ-45 connector, two USB Type-A 3.1 (Gen. 1) ports, and an audio jack. On the right – a USB Type-A 2.0 port and an SD card reader.
The upgradability is (again) more than ok for a device in this price range – two RAM DIMMs and the max supported memory size is 16GB DDR4 RAM (up to 3200MHz). There is a 2.5″ SATA drive slot and an M.2 slot too.
2 reasons not to BUY the Dell Inspiron 5593
1. Battery life
Nothing special about battery life – just a bit over 5 hours for Web browsing and videos.
Our test device is equipped with Intel Core i5-1035G1 and NVIDIA GeForce MX230. This combo doesn’t dissipate much heat but the hot air that is blown away by the inside fans heats up the entire keyboard – not very comfortable if you have to use this laptop for a whole day. On top of that, the noise levels under load are on the high side.