The Dell Vostro 3590 is an adequate business machine that is affordable and at the same time, it can be configured with a decent 10th gen Intel Comet Lake processor. It doesn’t feature soldered memory as many other new and slim laptops but unfortunately, it has a bit dated design. As you may know, the design isn’t the most important thing for a machine like that. People who are buying similar devices just want a working notebook that will do the job in every moment. If you haven’t already checked our in-depth review regarding the Dell Vostro 3590 you can find it here.
Here are our Top 5 picks about the Dell Vostro 3590.
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3 reasons to BUY the Dell Vostro 3590
1. Good keyboard
The keyboard is comfortable for long typing sessions because of its long key travel and clicky feedback. There is a NumberPad too.
2. A good amount of ports
Port-wise, the device is fine. On the left – an HDMI connector, an RJ-45 connector, two USB Type-A 3.1 (Gen. 1) ports, and an audio jack. On the right – optical drive, a VGA port, a USB Type-A 2.0 port, and a MicroSD card reader.
The upgradability options of this laptop are ok, especially for that kind of price. You have two RAM slots, a 2.5″ SATA slot for HDDs (and SSDs), and an M.2 slot.
2 reasons not to BUY the Dell Vostro 3590
1. Bad screen
Well, that’s a TN panel. You know the drill – bad viewing angles, mediocre contrast, low maximum brightness, and just 50% sRGB coverage.
2. Questionable build quality and design
The design is so 2017 – thick bezels, thick profile, VGA port (ok this is not a con but its a bit strange to have this port in 2020), and an all-plastic build. Additionally, the lid cannot be opened with a single hand.