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Dell Inspiron 15 5575 Touchscreen Laptop: FHD, Ryzen 5 2500U, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD

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Walmart has Dell Inspiron 15 5575 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop (i5575-A347SLV) on sale for $499. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Full HD Touchscreen Display
  • AMD Ryzen 5 2500U w/ Radeon Vega 8 Graphics
  • 16GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM (up to 32GB supported)
  • 1TB 5400 RPM SATA III Hard Drive
  • DVD R/W Drive
  • Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi (1x1) | Bluetooth 4.1
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 3-Cell 42WHr Battery
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Weight: 4.80 lbs
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen1
    • 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (w/ PowerDelivery & DisplayPot)
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x headphone / mic jack
    • 1x Ethernet (10/100)
    • SD Card Reader
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Our research indicates that the Dell Inspiron 15 5575 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop (i5575-A347SLV) is $61.99 lower (~11% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $560.99.

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Dell Inspiron 15 5575 Laptop: AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p Touchscreen, 16GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Radeon Vega 8, Type-C, Backlit Keyboard, DVDRW, 3-cell, Win 10 (Platinum Silver) $499
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dell-i.../881859481

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Have this laptop and am happy with it. (Payed way less for refurb)

- TN screen is fine.
- Bezels and heft though...
- installed 512gb NVME and clean install of Windows and it's like a different beast. Very capable.
*** Oh you need to install the video drivers from AMD's website for better performance and it installs the graphics control panel. OEM blows.
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seems like a decent deal... but I'm concerned with so many reviewers commenting on the loud fan... Frown
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Have this laptop and am happy with it. (Payed way less for refurb)

- TN screen is fine.
- Bezels and heft though...
- installed 512gb NVME and clean install of Windows and it's like a different beast. Very capable.
*** Oh you need to install the video drivers from AMD's website for better performance and it installs the graphics control panel. OEM blows.
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Weird that pics dont show usb-c as described.
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Weird that pics dont show usb-c as described.
They're using images of the lower end model that was going for $330 a few days ago. No touchscreen, only 4 GB RAM, and no USB-C. The service manual on Dell's support page for the 5575 indicate there is also some versions with a fingerprint reader on the power button. They give full instructions for installing it but I don't think I'm going to bother.

I'm putting in 16GB RAM for $80, a 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD, and I'm still undecided on whether to keep the hard drive or replace it with a SATA SSD. I've been setting it up for a couple hours now and with the stock RAM and HD it's painfully slow, especially if you've been accustomed to running Windows 10 from at least a SATA SSD all along. Reports are that putting in the SSD, especially an NVMe model, makes a night and day difference.

I'd get just the RAM and M.2 SSD and wait for a really irresistable deal for the HD replacement but unlike the way laptops used to be, this unit is a pain to open up. You have to remove a LOT of screws and then pry open the plastic like a phone. In fact, the tools they sell for cell phone repair are well suited to this. So I may settle for just a 500GB SATA SSD to do all three upgrades at once and not have to open it up ever again. At least not before the battery craps out.
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One important thing to note: Although the integrated GPU is far better than anything Intel offers in a low end system, the screen is the big limiter. As a quick test I installed Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3 from my Steam account. This is a game originally created for the PS2/GameCube/Xbox generation of consoles, so it performs fine but the limited contrast of the screen means many scenes with low light and lots of shadow are very hard to play. Connecting to an external monitor for gaming would be recommended, though many titles should fully playable as they don't depict the kind of scene described above. This is also noticeable during some video playback and the viewing angle is fairly narrow, limiting the usefulness for multiple viewers unless they're very friendly.

Update: I had the time to connect a cheap HDTV this morning. The difference for playing the game is huge. The screen is definitely the greatest weak area of the unit and something that cannot be easily replaced. You could still have plenty of fun with the right kind of game but something heavily dependent of subtle contrast is going to be difficult at best.
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Hm, I wonder how this would handle Dark Souls Remastered. Haven't kept up on gaming with laptops for a few years now.
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Looks like a good workhorse laptop. I'm though looking for a more portable laptop that I can take it to travel and use in hotel rooms. (maybe connect to the hotel TV for larger display)
Reviews say it's quite heavy so it may be more suitable for at home use or schoolwork.
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Reviews say it's quite heavy so it may be more suitable for at home use or schoolwork.
It's like 4.5lbs. So heavier than my ultrabook and Surface, but that's to be expected. I don't think it's too bad for 15.6.
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seems like a decent deal... but I'm concerned with so many reviewers commenting on the loud fan... Frown
Fan is loud when at its loudest speed. Normally the laptop is quiet, barring the HDD's obnoxious sounds.
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Weird that pics dont show usb-c as described.
As EricP28 pointed out the 5575 comes in a variety of flavors. Mine includes: 8GB DDR4, internal DVD drive, x2 USB 3.1 SS ports, USB port, HDMI, SD slot, ethernet, and audio jack.
I imagine the USB C port would've gone where the DVD drive is.
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Hm, I wonder how this would handle Dark Souls Remastered. Haven't kept up on gaming with laptops for a few years now.
Possibly. It can play Sekiro or whatever at 720P low.
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Hm, I wonder how this would handle Dark Souls Remastered. Haven't kept up on gaming with laptops for a few years now.
This is not a gaming laptop.

More like a laptop with high end integrated graphics that can do low end gaming...
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They're using images of the lower end model that was going for $330 a few days ago. No touchscreen, only 4 GB RAM, and no USB-C. The service manual on Dell's support page for the 5575 indicate there is also some versions with a fingerprint reader on the power button. They give full instructions for installing it but I don't think I'm going to bother.

I'm putting in 16GB RAM for $80, a 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD, and I'm still undecided on whether to keep the hard drive or replace it with a SATA SSD. I've been setting it up for a couple hours now and with the stock RAM and HD it's painfully slow, especially if you've been accustomed to running Windows 10 from at least a SATA SSD all along. Reports are that putting in the SSD, especially an NVMe model, makes a night and day difference.

I'd get just the RAM and M.2 SSD and wait for a really irresistable deal for the HD replacement but unlike the way laptops used to be, this unit is a pain to open up. You have to remove a LOT of screws and then pry open the plastic like a phone. In fact, the tools they sell for cell phone repair are well suited to this. So I may settle for just a 500GB SATA SSD to do all three upgrades at once and not have to open it up ever again. At least not before the battery craps out.
Don't think the m.2 is takes SSD. I tried two different ones and it wouldn't recognize them. NVME showed right up...

PLEASE clean install Windows. It's night and day different and OEM drivers blow. AMD driver for processor/graphics is a must!
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If you don't want the touch screen, https://slickdeals.net/f/13039666-dell-inspiron-15-5000-5575-laptop-15-6-amd-ryzen-5-2500u-with-radeon-vega8-graphics-1tb-hdd-4gb-ram-i5575-a403blk-pus-329?src=catpagev2#commentsBox + $80 16 gb RAM would be cheaper and the same thing right?
That's out of stock and also no backlit keyboard
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