If you’ve read the rest of this review then you should know by now that the Inspiron 15-7559 delivers fantastic bang for your bucks. For several hundred dollars less than the ASUS ZenBook Pro UX501JW or the Acer Aspire V 15 Nitro, you can get your hands on a Windows 10 notebook that delivers much of the same or better gaming performance. This notebook makes a great family PC for general use even if you aren’t a gamer; we can imagine most college students would be happy with the Inspiron 15-7559 as long as they don’t need to haul their laptop to class.
In a perfect world we would have liked to see this notebook wrapped in a metal alloy or carbon fiber chassis along with a fast 256GB SSD for the same price, but realistically it’s hard to fault Dell for delivering this much performance for no more than $800.
At the end of the day, if you are looking for a basic gaming notebook that is both less expensive and more subtle than Dell’s Alienware 15, then the Inspiron 15-7559 is an excellent choice.
- Excellent gaming performance for the money
- Good Full HD display
- Nice keyboard
- Slow boot and application launch times
- Plastic construction
- A bit too heavy