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8:29, 23 December 2017

Dell XPS 15 FHD 1080P – 9560 Intel Core i7-7700HQ X4 2.8GHz 16GB 512GB SSD 15.6″ Win10, Silver


Dell XPS 15 FHD 1080P – 9560 Intel Core i7-7700HQ X4 2.8GHz 16GB 512GB SSD 15.6″ Win10, Silver

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Dell XPS 15 FHD 1080P – 9560 Intel Core i7-7700HQ X4 2.8GHz 16GB 512GB SSD 15.6″ Win10, Silver

Price: $1,519.00

  • Intel Core i7-7700HQ 2.8GHz; 512GB SSD; 16GB DDR4
  • 15.6″ LED display; 1920 x 1080; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Graphics
  • 802.11AC; Bluetooth 4.1; Microsoft Windows 10 Home
  • Backlit Keyboard; No Optical Drive; 8 Hours Battery Life
  • Dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Graphics(4.0GB Dedicated Video Memory)

Helpful Tips About Laptops That Simple To Follow

You don’t want to take buying a new laptop lightly. You are going to need to consider a lot of different facts. Fortunately, this article is full of ideas and information you can use. Continue reading for helpful advice.

If you have been contemplating getting a tablet and a laptop, think about a convertible laptop. These type of laptops can be converted to a tablet, usually by folding over the screen. They are somewhat bulkier than regular tablets, but may be right for you.

Prior to purchasing a laptop, develop a budget. Carefully consider what kind of laptop you want when making a budget. Do you like Macs better than PCs? Will you play a lot games? Will you just use the laptop for web surfing or checking email?

Look at testimonials and reviews before buying a laptop. New laptops are gorgeous and exciting, and you might be surprised when something goes wrong later. This is why you should see what others say about it.

If you’re not a heavy gamer, don’t believe that you need some heavy duty laptop in order to get the job done. Most medium range laptops work well on lower level and mid level game platforms. Extra expense for features such as the highest quality graphics is a loss unless you actually use them. Keep that cash.

Look for discounts online before purchasing a laptop. There might not be any out there, but you need to search first. The worst feeling in the world is to make a purchase only to find that you spent more than you needed to.

Test out the laptop you’re interested in buying. Many people overlook one of the most important features of a laptop – how it physically fits you or the ergonomics. However, all of those other features will pale if the machine you chose causes you physical discomfort or pain when you use it.

There should be a few USB ports on your laptop. This is an important aspect that is often ignored. You may want to connect a laptop, mouse, memory card and other things that need a USB port at the same time. Four ports is a solid number, but more cannot hurt.

When thinking about how much you will spend on a laptop, consider the essential accessories in the final price. Items such as a wireless mouse or a carrying case can increase the price of your purchase. Find the best price for these accessories and include their costs in your budget.

Don’t get too confused when looking at netbooks. Lots of folks believe netbooks to be small versions of laptops, but that is not entirely accurate. Netbook users can enjoy surfing the Internet and using email, but a netbook is not as powerful as a laptop. Don’t get a netbook if you’re after a laptop when all is said and done.

You have many things to consider about purchasing a laptop. You should know what you are looking for now. These tips can really help you land the right laptop for you.


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  1. user8054 says:

    84 of 88 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A smooth experience with an excellent machine, June 9, 2017

    By Waleed Mian

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: Dell XPS9560-5000SLV-PUS 15.6″ Ultra Thin and Light Laptop with 4K Touch Display, 7th Gen Core i5 ( up to 3.5 GHz), 8GB, 256GB SSD, Nvidia Gaming GTX 1050, Aluminum Chassis (Personal Computers)

    One Month Update 07/10/2017:
    Everything still running very smoothly with this machine. Battery life just as good as when I first booted it up. Spotty wireless here and there is the only complaint I have for now. Still an excellent purchase.

    Let me start by saying I was almost scared off of buying this laptop due to the abundance of bad reviews on the product page.
    I was in the market for a reasonably thin, lightweight and good looking laptop, one that didn’t scream: “look at me with my excessive red trim! I’m a gaming laptop and I want to make sure everyone knows it!” That being said, it needed to be able to play some of the latest titles on at least medium-low settings at 1080p. I needed something that would be equally at home in class taking notes and playing Battlefield 1 while I was shirking my responsibilities. After a lot of research, I just couldn’t find any other laptop that hit that sweet spot between good looks, portability, and performance. And that’s why I decided to pull the trigger on this one. I was expecting some headaches with it, but the fact that I’d bought it from Amazon and had legendary customer service available to me in the event of a less than optimal experience, I decided it’d be worth it.
    The first thing I did as soon as I received the laptop was install all the latest drivers and remove some of the very minimal Dell bloatware that comes with the Signature Edition which I was lucky to receive. The device came with a fingerprint scanner which was also a nice surprise.
    Now I’ve been using this laptop quite heavily for 3 days, playing Netflix, playing some Battlefield 1, running some benchmark tests and it’s been performing as smoothly as I’d expect from a device at this price point. There have been no crashes or flickering at all, not while using Google Chrome or anything else. To me, that might be due to one or more of three reasons:
    1) I got lucky and received one of the good products (unlikely, I have terrible luck)
    2) Dell has sharpened up their game somewhat when it comes to QA (slightly more likely)
    3) Some of the most common problems noted for this device have been due to driver issues that I resolved when I immediately installed the latest drivers available from Dell (most likely in my mind since it’s been completely smooth sailing for me)

    Now on to the actual review itself:

    1) Build Quality: This laptop is supremely well built. You can feel the quality as soon as you take it out of the box. The laptop is sturdy and extremely well put together. It doesn’t quite match the build quality of the laptops Apple puts out, but for a Windows laptop, this, in my opinion, is the best you’re going to get.
    It looks beautiful all around, the thing bezels look even better in real life, and the carbon fiber on the inside is a nice touch. It’s a unique choice that works out well, feels smooth to the touch and looks quite good.
    The hinge is stiff and sturdy, and wobbles very little when using the touchscreen, which in my mind is another hallmark of excellent build quality.

    2) Keyboard: The keyboard is perhaps the weakest part of this laptop. That’s not to say it isn’t good, but it’s not something that you particularly enjoy using. It gets the job done but no more. Perhaps regularly using a mechanical keyboard has spoiled me, but even as I’m writing this review on the XPS 15, I’m yearning to write it on my desktop with my mechanical keyboard instead.

    3) Touchpad: The touchpad is good. If I’ve been spoiled in the past by using mechanical keyboards, the touchpad is the opposite situation. I had an ASUS N550J before this, and the touchpad on that meant you always needed to carry around an external mouse to use. With this, I feel no such need. It gets the job done, again not as good as the touchpad on a Mac, but for a Windows laptop, I’d place it somewhere along the top. The gestures are useful and you get used to utilizing them to get around quicker. It’s got a nice smooth feel to it with just a little bit of friction.

    4) Audio: The audio as pointed out by many users is sub-par. I was expecting it to be absolutely horrible, but since I use headphones all the time anyway, I didn’t feel like it’d be a big deal. I was pleasantly surprised however. The audio quality, the bass, the mids the highs are actually quite decent. What’s bad is the actual volume. It doesn’t get very loud at all. Unless you’re in a quiet room, you’ll need to plug in some headphones.

    5) The Screen: Absolutely gorgeous. The bezels somehow make it even better. This is my first 4k screen and it’s something you might take for granted once you’ve used it a bit, but as soon as I use the 1080p screen on my desktop, I immediately feel like something is missing. My desktop monitor has a 120Hz refresh rate and that’s awesome for gaming, a 4k screen is awesome for everything else. Both features are ones that…

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  2. user2772 says:

    76 of 82 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A few issues, but most seem fixable., April 21, 2017

    By ramma

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: Dell XPS9560-7001SLV-PUS 15.6″ Ultra Thin and Light Laptop with 4K touch screen display, 7th Gen Core i7 (up to 3.8 GHz), 16GB, 512GB SSD, Nvidia Gaming GPU GTX 1050, Aluminum Chassis (Personal Computers)

    I’m a bit surprised by the number of poor reviews already. While I’ve experienced many of the same issues, they’ve mostly been easy to resolve. The only physical hardware issue I’ve had is the Killer WiFi card. Its drivers simply don’t work. Any network use over loading a small website completely halts any data being sent or received, sometimes for 5 or 10 minutes at a time. I’m waiting for Dells service folks to get back to me with a solution, but from the support forums it sounds like they’re sending Intel WiFi cards out since those drivers work just fine. Pretty silly considering the Killer card works perfectly in Linux now, but those versions only come with the Intel card. Past the Killer card any other issues I’ve had are software related.

    The most common issue seems to be the periodic freezing, even with really light use. It seems to be caused by the integrated Intel card not playing nice with the GTX 1050. For instance, Chrome will cause locks every so often while browsing, presumably from hardware acceleration kicking in and Winderps trying to use the 1050. The issue is easily fixed by forcing the latest Intel driver to install. It will give an error using Dells support page exe, but there’s a zip file that you can install from by extracting and using the find drivers locally option from the properties page in device manager. Doing it that way also stops the update from being reverted besides in a few situations(supposedly).

    Another oddity is the disk configuration. Despite being one SSD the drive is in RAID0, so getting dual boot going isn’t nearly as simple as it could be. Updating the bios and messing with a few settings will supposedly let you maintain the Windows install when installing Linux alongside it. I’ve yet to try it but will try to report back on what works. The easy but time consuming option seems to be making a recovery image then wipe the drive and install both OS’s.

    It is disappointing to see such a new laptop with such poor pre-installed driver choices, and I’m sure I’m forgetting one or two other things I had to fix. Despite that the laptop is significantly better than most other options, and with Amazon prices it’s really not that much more. In fact, I first ordered the previous years Razer Blade refurbished with the high res screen. In the end the XPS was about $100 was cheaper. The XPS has a significantly weaker dedicated GPU, but it makes up for that in better cooling, faster CPU, much better build (albeit not quite as sleek), and most importantly the massive difference in display quality. The Blade and XPS both use igzo tech, but somehow the Blades high res screen is completely unusable to me (grainy and w/ terrible colors). You also get more screen real-estate with the XPS for only a tiny bit larger profile thanks to the tiny bezels. The battery life between the two just doesn’t even compare either, the XPS wins.

    Ultimately the XPS 15 is a pretty great laptop. It does just about everything you’d want from a relatively portable laptop. It’d be nice to have a bit more GPU power, but with reducing resolution and slightly lowing graphics presets it plays moderately intensive games well enough, and never turns into a hairdryer fan wise. If you primary use is less graphically intensive and more memory and CPU reliant like video editing then the XPS is a good balance of CPU speed to GPU speed for smoother editing and faster rendering. The software issues do knock a star off, but since they’re all solvable there’s little reason to run from the XPS.

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  3. user2563 says:

    139 of 150 people found the following review helpful

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Great laptop at first sight, terrible quality assurance, March 16, 2017

    By No Bueno

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: Dell XPS9560-5000SLV-PUS 15.6″ Ultra Thin and Light Laptop with 4K Touch Display, 7th Gen Core i5 ( up to 3.5 GHz), 8GB, 256GB SSD, Nvidia Gaming GTX 1050, Aluminum Chassis (Personal Computers)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 0:18 Mins

    The XPS 15 9560 4K is a beautiful laptop for work, and with the dedicated GTX 1050 GPU even a good gaming laptop. Unfortunately this laptop has too much quality assurance problem and has large community of people seeing defects.

    Pro/Con overall:
    + Beautiful screen
    + Carbon fiber chassis feels great while typing.
    – Webcam placement makes it unusable while typing as the webcam picks up your fingers up close
    – Unstable drivers, my chrome browser froze twice while writing this review. This is solvable with right software drivers, but you need to be tech savvy to install them when I wrote this review as they are not officially supported.
    – Software based headphone jack switching is fancy yet terrible, constantly need to run a software to increase volume after using headphones.
    – Terrible QA causing me to return 2 laptops.

    First laptop problem:
    – Mild coil whine noise while scrolling
    – Screen flickering irregularly to black, this is my deal breaker (see video)

    Second replacement laptop (thanks amazon for sending this hassle free in 2 days):
    – Bent chassis, up arrow key was not pressable b/c the chassis underneath was popped up so high.
    – Screen flickering irregularly to black again
    – Dell warranty shows up as “out of warranty” and they won’t talk to me until that is resolved

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