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Dell Inspiron 15 i15RV-6144BLK 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black Matte with Textured Finish)

Dell Inspiron 15 i15RV-6144BLK 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black Matte with Textured Finish)

Dell Inspiron 15 i15RV-6144BLK 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black Matte with Textured Finish)

  • Intel Core i3 3227U 1.9 GHz (3 MB Cache)
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM
  • 500 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
  • 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Display, Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • Windows 8

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Inspiron 15 Touch Laptop: Big on features, not on price.Manage daily tasks with the affordable Inspiron™ 15 — a 15.6″ laptop with the latest Intel® Core™ processors, a thin design and 10-key number pad.Processor: 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i3-3227U processor (3M Cache, 1.9 GHz)Display: 15.6 HD (720p) Touch screen with Truelife (1366×768)Memory (RAM): 4GB, DDR3L, 1 DIMM, 1600MHzStorage (hard drive): 500GB 5400rpm HDDOptical Drive: 8X CD / DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)Color: Black Matte with Textured FinishDell P/N: i15RV-6144BLK
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3 Responses to “Dell Inspiron 15 i15RV-6144BLK 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black Matte with Textured Finish)”

  1. YSC says:
    130 of 135 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Touch-screen, Easily Upgradeable, Looks Good, Feels Solid, September 5, 2013
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    This review is from: Dell Inspiron 15 i15RV-6144BLK 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black Matte with Textured Finish) (Personal Computers)
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    - The black textured plastic finish is very nice, and is used as top-side panels (top cover, palm rest). I like this better than the two-tone metallic finish since it looks more integrated, more business-like, and less as a “tack-on” like the metallic sheet accents in the 15RM. It also means the side and bottom plastic isn’t a silver painted variety, but a hard ABS plastic that when scratched, will stay the same color and harder to detect. In my opinion, it is more practical and unpretentious, and the textured finish makes it no less aesthetically appealing–and in my opinion more so–than the metallic trim edition.

    - Windows 8 is apparently a very touch-centric OS. I suspect that may have caused some initial complaints and awkwardness with mouse and keyboard users (myself included). Having a touch screen really alters the experience. It’s really more like a tablet with a keyboard than a PC with touch screen. In that sense, it is also more intuitive for users who are not tech-savvy or uncomfortable with computers. With a fairly large and vibrant glass touch screen, this laptop offers the full Windows 8 experience. I know this is a controversial issue, but while I still miss the start button, I grew to like the user experience, as did my family–especially my parents who were really uncomfortable of PCs in the past.

    - The overall build quality feels solid, with hard ABS plastic tub as the main chassis that’s fairly durable. The touchpad is very responsive, and the keyboard has a good tactile feel. The glass touch screen apparently have enhanced the lid’s rigidity as well, reducing flex which can often be an issue with large screen plastic shell laptops.

    - The i3 may seem like a low end processor, but to my understanding the i5 offers in addition “turbo” mode and virtualization. The former offers a small gain (a few hundred MHz in the lower end models) in clock speed for single thread applications (such as encoding), which isn’t terribly common in daily tasks that are often multithreaded. The virtualization is used for Virtual Machines, XP Mode, VMWare, etc., which I suspect is probably not terribly useful for most of us. In that sense it’s really the best bang for the buck, and it excelled at daily tasks like browsing, movies, Office, and the like. It handled everything we threw at it very smoothly.

    - The battery on this machine actually lasts longer than I expected for this screen size. With around medium usage like playing music and video, I was able to get 3-4 hours. If I try to use it mostly to encode a video or do some 3D gaming, I could still get 2-3 hours. It would last longer, such as 4-5 hours, if you were just doing light tasks like office or browsing.

    - The onboard Intel 4000 integrated graphics isn’t the fastest or the most powerful, but other than 3D gaming, it really handles everything else with aplomb. It plays full HD videos without any issues, and the HDMI out can also let you connect to a larger monitor and TV with even higher resolution than the laptop monitor. It worked with my 27″ 2560×1440 monitor just fine. Connect a bluetooth/usb keyboard and mouse, it can be an affordable and versatile energy efficient desktop as well.

    - It’s easily upgradeable. This cannot be overemphasized especially seeing how the “ultrabook” concept often eschew upgradable ease for aesthetics. Both the hard drive and the two SO-DIMM memory slots are easily accessible through the bottom hatch cover with a few screws. It can house two SO-DIMM chips so the maximum capacity would be 16GB of RAM (it comes installed in both slots with 2GB each). The SATA drive can also be replaced with a SSD drive easily as well.

    - Good Connectivity- comes with bluetooth built in, something that can be appreciated when there are more bluetooth enabled portable devices/peripherals than ever: mice, keyboards, speakers, etc. 4 USB Ports (2 of which are USB 3.0) and HDMI makes for very updated connectivity. The built in multi-card reader as well as DVD burner drive also wouldn’t hurt.

    Some Potential Issues:
    - The aforementioned black textured top cover (on the back of the top lid and palm rest), while looking more expensive than it is, still manages to pick up and show oil mark from palm where it is handled. Similar issue with the touchpad and palm rest area. The black just shows oily smudges and lint/dust a bit easier. However, that largely depends on how it is used. A little cleaning easily takes care of that.

    - It’s not the most portable computer at over 5 pounds. With a 15.6″ screen, you probably shouldn’t expect it to be. This is probably more suitable for infrequent relocation where you get a larger screen and full size keyboard as a trade-off.

    - The screen resolution is only 1366×768 (good enough for 720p), with no optional upgrades apparently. In the era of ultra high resolution displays (e.g. Retina),…

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  2. EuReka says:
    77 of 82 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect Everyday Computing, September 2, 2013
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    EuReka
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    This laptop really packs a punch! It will do all of the web surfing, email, itunes, music, etc that you can throw at it! I’ve even done a little low end gaming and a little video editing on it and it even works smoothly for that! I’m gonna try to touch a little on each aspect of the laptop and how it has performed to me so far..

    Webcam

    Pretty Solid, It appears to be better than the iPhone cameras and my old laptop one, or so say my callers :P

    Hard Drive

    Nice and speedy, is not a 7200rpm though but I’m sure people don’t move copious amounts of data on their laptops though.

    DVD Burner

    No blanks, burns fast and isn’t as annoyingly loud as my previous laptops drive.

    Media Card Reader

    A great feature to have, It works and no more draining my cameras battery life in order to get pics off of it!

    Processor

    Is a new Core i3 dual core and this beats my old laptops core2duo hands down. Much snappier, never lags and even works great to render some small videos, I was surprised how well it performs compared to my farm more expensive Core i7 in my gaming rig I just built.

    RAM

    4GB? That’s more than you will ever need in an “Everday Lappy”

    Windows 8

    I was so worried about trying Win8 – The new start menu and everything seemed like such a turn off but it’s actualy fairly pleasant because you have a touchscreen so it really does feel more natural. Just like Win7 – Win8 is smooth and very efficient unlike that “Vista” mishap *cough*

    Touchscreen

    The screen is very bright, crisp and clear. Give it a nice wipe down with a microfiber at the end of each day in order to prevent smudging and fingerprinting. It’s very responsive and it smooth to the touch as well. Something I never thought we would see in this price range for awhile!

    Audio/Speakers

    It’s okay, again it is a laptop so don’t expect excellent quality bass and everything with the built in speakers. For everyday use and some light gaming it is more than adequate though.

    Battery Life

    Laptop seems to be energy efficient, I am getting at least 5-6 hours with surfing use on a single charge. Charging time is pretty snappy as well.

    Touchpad

    Smooth but a light textured feel to it so there is no “skidding” of your fingers when you are trying to scroll fast, Responsive.

    Bluetooth

    I do not own any bluetooth devices but this should be handy for those of you who like the wireless headphones or have that wireless data cards.

    Wireless

    This thing gets some pretty strong signal range. Our router is kept up in the attic and I get full signal anywhere in the house, and even out to the edge of our property in both the front and back yards. It’s been nice sitting in the shade outside as summer winds down and be on skype calls or the like outside.

    Build Quality

    Weighs in at around 5 pounds, Have a nice solid feel to it although it is made with a plastic shell. The screen has a little flex to it, It’s fairly thin but it shouldnt be a problem unless you really “try” to flex it. I would imagine that it would survive many falls from your lap onto the floor though. The outside texture/design is pretty cool too. Nothing fancy, but it’s better than just a smooth and plain texture.

    Graphics

    The build in Intel graphics look pretty sweet. Playing some of my DVD and Bluray collection on the laptop looks amazing. It can even be used as a “player” when hooked up to your HD tvs via the HDMI connection. This plays my favorite games at around medium settings with shadows turned off (shadows are the hardest on the graphics processors to process) and it has performed well even after hours of playing.

    Software/Bloatware

    Just say no, Make it a habit to remove all of the factory included software. :]

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  3. Dr. XYZ says:
    54 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nicely done, August 29, 2013
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    This review is from: Dell Inspiron 15 i15RV-6144BLK 15.6-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black Matte with Textured Finish) (Personal Computers)

    Being a Windows 8 hater really forced me to carefully choose a laptop for a friend as Win7 laptops are sparse and usually only the over priced models are available.

    With that said, this laptop has a touch screen, which is pretty much required to make the best use of Win8, it has the ivy bridge processor which is best for power management. Some laptops in this price range don’t have DVD/CD players in them but this one does.

    It worked perfectly out of the box, is fast, and allows Win8 to achieve its greatest potential.

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