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Refurb Dell Inspiron Laptop 5558 black Core I7 4GB 1 TB 5th Gen


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Item specifics Condition: New: A brand-new, unused and undamaged item.  Brand:DellFamily Line:InspironModel:Inspiron 5558Dual Boot:YesMPN:I55582144SLVType:NotebookOperating System:dosGraphic Card:4 GBScreen Size:15.6″Dedicated Graphics Memory:4 GBProcessor:Intel Core i7 (5th Generation)Graphics Card Description:intelProcessor Speed:2.40 GHzProcessor Brand:IntelGraphics Processing Type:sharedRelease Year:2015Memory:4 GBTouch Screen:NoHard Drive Capacity:1 TBUtility:BusinessWarranty:3rd Party WarrantyDuration:1 yearSSD Capacity:Not Specified (Others)   DELL INSPIRON 5558-W560242TH 4GB/1TB HDD/ Graphics INTEL CORE I7 5th Generation 15.6″ windows 8 professional loading can be  free . english keyboard . no thai .    NOTEBOOK DELL INSPIRON 5558-W560242TH WHITE – W560242TH   CPU Intel Core i7-5500U (2.40 GHz, 4MB L3 Cache, up to 3.00 GHz) Display 15.6 inch (1366×768) HD Main Memory 16 GB DDR3L(4+4) Unused Slot 0 Storage 1 TB 5400 RPM Optical Media Drive DVD/R Graphics intel hd graphhics Web Camera HD Webcam USB USB 2.0 x2USB 3.0 x1 D-Sub/VGA – e-SATA – HDMI Yes Card Reader SD/SDHC/SDXC Express Slot – Finger Print – Connection 802.11b/g/n (1×1) Bluetooth(R) 4.0 combo Battery 4-Cell Battery Operating System comes dos windows 8 professional loading can be  free  Weight 2.40 Kg Dell Inspiron 15 5000 (5558) review Michael Passingham 29 Sep 2015   Our Rating      Price when reviewed  549 inc VAT Its build quality and battery life aren’t the best we’ve seen, but the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 still offers decent value   Dell’s Inspiron laptops has always been hard to beat in terms of pure value, thanks to their mid-range processors and modest dedicated graphics cards at reasonable prices. Last year’s Dell Inspiron 5000 won a Best Buy award, thanks to its bargain price, great performance and decent battery life, so I was keen to have a look at this year’s model. Dell has gone back to the drawing board with this general-purpose laptop, keeping similarly powerful components but completely redesigning the chassis and installing a new screen. There are several Inspiron 15 5000-series models available; our review unit is the second-most powerful model, with an Intel Core i5 processor and dedicated graphics. A Core i7-powered version with dedicated graphics tops the range. There are two less powerful machines, with Core i5 and Core i3 variants, both without dedicated graphics. In place of the 1,366×768 screen used on last year’s model, the new Inspiron now has a 1,920×1,080 panel, which finally suits the high-spec components you’ll find elsewhere on the laptop. Overall image quality is acceptable, although you shouldn’t expect accurate colours from an sRGB coverage figure of just 58%. I’d much rather have a slightly-drab Full HD screen than a better but cramped 1,366×768 panel, though, although some buyers may disagree.     Not for you? See our full list of the best laptops you can buy today It’s not a particularly bright display, with our calibrator only measuring a maximum 210cd/m2 white level at the screen’s brightest setting. This is offset slightly by the screen’s matt coating, which means bright overhead lighting and sunlight don’t affect the panel as badly as they would a glossy display. The laptop doesn’t feel quite as solid as last year’s. The new model is a couple of millimetres thicker at 22mm with the lid closed, which bucks the trend of laptops getting thinner. This makes room for the DVD drive, which was omitted from last year’s model. The whole device weighs around 60g less, though, at a little over 2.3kg. It’s not light then, so you might want to look elsewhere if you tout your laptop about everyday. The laptop’s lid will divide opinion, with a textured silver plastic that gives the effect of a robust build, but it doesn’t look as good as last year’s smooth, faux metal coating. The silver plastic used for the rest of the chassis doesn’t feel like quality stuff, either, and there’s a small gap between the palm rest and the keyboard tray, making a happy home for crumbs and hair. All in all, last year’s model felt a lot better built, which is a surprising change in form for Dell. Windows 10 feels silky smooth on this laptop thanks to a combination of the dual-core Intel Core i5-5200U processor and the responsive touchpad, which works seamlessly with swipes, taps, clicks and two-fingered scrolling. The laptop managed an overall score of 35 in our benchmarks, including an impressive 58 in the single-threaded image editing test. You’ll want to keep the fairly chunky 300g charger with you at all times, though, as the laptop’s battery life is mediocre. I saw just 3h 28m from a single charge in our moderate usage test; you’ll need to ramp up the power saving settings to get the most out of it. The laptop’s Nvidia GeForce 920M graphics chip provides a fair amount of graphical grunt, with 4GB of dedicated memory. It’s by no means a fast


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