Dell Inspiron 7570

Dell Inspiron 7570
Posted: 9 months ago ( 5 comments )

The Dell Inspiron 7570 has been designed for the mobile multi-tasker or a multi-user home office environment, the new Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 line, are available in 13 and 15 inches in a stylish modern gray brushed aluminum case.

The Dell Inspiron 7570 features a narrow border and FHD IPS touch display supporting active pen for digital drawing, writing and note taking. On the 15 inch model an optional 4K UHD IPS touch display covers 100% AdobeRGB standard and an optional NVIDIA GeForce 940MX graphics adaptor enhances the visual experience.

All the 7570 range utilise the latest generation Intel Core processors, high performance DDR4 memory; and extensive connectivity options with USB Type-C with support for DisplayPort and Power Delivery.

The Dell Inspiron 7000 has a longer battery life and quiet performance with standard SSDs as standard across the range.

James Taylor 9 months ago

This Inspiron 7570 is my first Dell laptop, I have always been reluctant to buy Dell, because although you get a lot of laptop for your money, I have several friends who have had problems with them. Well I have had the 7570 for 3 months now and no problems at all, i am delighted with it. For the money the build quality is excellent. Great connectivity and I am getting full strength wi-fi all around my house, which is unusual here because we have very thick walls.

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Tom Nevins 8 months, 4 weeks ago

I am enjoying using the Dell 7570, I have only every got about 2 and a half hours out of the battery, but it's not a problem for me because I am never that far away from a power outlet.

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Brian Laws 8 months, 4 weeks ago

The Dell Inspiron 7570 is a really good looking laptop, if you covered the Dell logo on the lid, nobody would guess it was a Dell!

I am using it with a Targus Universal Docking station at home and work, The 7570 is easily powering it's own display and 2 x 24 inch external displays.

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Dellboy 8 months, 3 weeks ago

This is my 4th dell laptop in the last 10 years and I a enjoying using it. The Dell Inspiron 7570 is fast, and has a decent battery life, and none of the overheating problems that i had with my previous dell laptop - I think the overheating problems were probably caused by excessive use in a very dusty environment, and had it been cleaned with an airline it would have ran fine again, but it was a couple of years old and I fancied a new machine, so I purchased an Inspiron 7570. I won't be using the Inspiron 7570 in that dusty environment, i have learned my lesson from the previous laptop.

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Ru Doggins 7 months ago

I needed a new laptop and was impressed by the reviews of the new Core i7 8550U cpu chips. When Sams Club advertised this cpu in this Dell 7570 15in (1920 x 1080) display laptop with 8gb of DDR4 for $699 I thought it might be worth taking a look. As with any Windows laptop getting the system updated is a huge undertaking, this one was worse than normal because it was two versions behind the 2017 Fall creators update 1709. Adding to the update problems was a 1tb 5400 rpm Seagate drive that was very slow, probably due to Dell setting Bit Locker encryption as the default. Anyway, a day a half later, the system was updated and the look and feel of the system were ok, but that clickety drive, and occasional slow response was noticable. After reviewing the online manual as to expansion possibilites I decided to upgrade the drive to a PCIe Samsung 960 Pro SSD drive and also add another stick of 8gb to double the memory to 16gb. A quick trip to Fry's Electronics for the parts, and a couple of hours porting Win10 to the new drive and this computer is one of the nicest laptops I have ever used, very quick and responsive and the screen readability and vivid color a excellent. I do some enthusiast level photography and use darktable as my editing software, and so far there have been no issues in processing large raw images from my Nikon. Also the USB 3.1 and USB-C port are very nice to have with more fast storage devices available. I think this is a pretty good value for the money and a good example of why you may want to wait for a good deal on a Gen 8 CPU laptop.

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