Dell Inspiron 15: NVIDIA GPU Brings The Game

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Performance Summary and Conclusion

As we mentioned at the beginning of this review, the Dell Inspiron 15 7537 walks a very fine line between mainstream and high-end system. It costs way too much to not provide a great experience, but it’s also not expensive enough to have all the bells and whistles of a flagship machine. Overall, the Dell Inspiron 15 7537 succeeds – but it’s not going to be a fit for all users.


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We like the Dell Inspiron 15 7537’s design for its comfort as much as its looks. Sure, the aluminum frame looks sharp, but it’s the comfortable keyboard and large trackpad that you’ll really appreciate after hours of use. The display responds well to touch and it’s reasonably bright and sharp enough for a typical user. The 7537 comes off as a laptop that is both comfortable to use and tough enough to handle the bumps and bangs that your day-to-day system is likely to encounter.

And, the 7537 is a powerful laptop. The Intel Core-i7 4500U and Nvidia GeForce GT 750M are a formidable team and provide more than enough power for typical tasks. Whether the discrete graphics are really necessary probably comes down whether you play video games on your laptop. If you don’t, the 750M may well be overkill. But if you do (or you want to), this laptop is going make you happy. Either way, the Inspiron 15 7537 is worth a look.

  • Discrete graphics provide a good mobile gaming experience
  • Aluminum body looks great and is sturdy
  • Strong performance and battery life
  • The price tag will put this system out of reach for some shoppers
  • The display, while good, can't compete with top-shelf displays. If that's important to you, the XPS line might serve you better.

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