Good day, everyone! Today I'd like to share another superb product with you guys, Dell Inspiron 15 i5558-5718SLV, which is a signature edition 15.6-Inch laptop outfitted with an Intel Core i5-4210U 1.70 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.70 GHz, 8GB DDR3L 1600 MHz, 1TB 5400 RPM HDD, 15.6 in Full HD LED-backlit touchscreen with Truelife (1920 x 1080), and Intel HD Graphics 4400 with shared graphics memory. Sure, it has become a hot new released laptop at Amazon (price as reviewed: $509), loads of people are crazy about it, so I think it's right time to share it with you guys today.
The Dell Inspiron i5558-5718SLV laptop highlights DVD +/- RW optical drive, HD webcam, Waves MaxxAudio, 10-finger multi-touch support, Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, 1 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, HDMI, SD card reader, and 4-cell 2750mAh battery. The laptop is preinstalled with Windows 10 Home 64-bit operating system, which delivers outstanding performance.
If you are looking for a decent 15.6″ laptop with affordable price, I think this one could be an ideal choice. Besides, the Dell Inspiron 15 series is famous for its quality, you can't go wrong by choosing the i5558-5718SLV. The configuration is good enough for any kind of use, the price is so charming.
As a long-time Mac user and a very, very reluctant Windows user, I have to say I could almost switch back to Windows based on my experience with this Dell laptop. I was a bit worried as the whole sum of instructions consists of a five panel pamphlet about the size of a CD and mostly pictures and not words. As I was girding myself for the interminable suffering of online search for anticipated help needs because it's Windows, and rearranging my schedule in my head to carve out the time, this little Dell quietly finished the set-up and was ready to begin. Dell really did their homework and made this crazy easy right out of the box.
This laptop comes pre-installed with Windows 10, which for many may be a deal-breaker, but I found I was able to get going and navigate around the OS immediately and with extreme ease. Having read the reviews and rants, and this being my first go-around with Windows 10, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I easily installed some apps, got them onto the task bar and home screen (or whatever it's called) and once the housekeeping was done (connecting to the WiFi network, printers, other devices, etc.), I was off and running.
The keyboard is just the right set of responsiveness, not too touchy nor does it require a firm press. And for a laptop, the keys are spaced well enough for my hands. Someone with large hands may find it too cramped, but hey, it's a laptop and you can always plug in an external keyboard.
It's lightweight and slim enough to easily tote around all day, and indeed it did not become a horrible burden on my shoulder during a recent business trip. It starts up quickly, runs smoothly and quietly.
So what do you think about the Dell Inspiron 15 i5558-5718SLV Signature Edition 15.6-Inch Laptop?