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  • Intel Core i5-1035G1 Processor
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Anti-Glare Display
  • 8GB DDR4 2666MHz Memory
  • 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Qualcomm DW1810 1x1 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.1
  • 3-Cell 42WHr Battery
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports
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Dell Inspiron 15 3593 Laptop: 10 Gen Intel Core i5-1035G1 Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, 3-Cell, Win 10 + $100 Visa Prepaid Card $538.99 + Free Shipping
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Dell Inspiron 15 5593 Laptop: 10 Gen Intel Core i5-1035G1 Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, 3-Cell, Win 10 + $100 Visa Prepaid Card $587.99 + Free Shipping
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If this has the same power connector as my 2016 Inspiron 15 5000 then it's a problem. There's a 3rd pin in the middle of the barrel connector. The way it's designed, any strain on the cord breaks the wire to that pin. That tells it how fast to charge, so when plugged in the computer throttles the speed to its lowest possible setting, then proceeds to keep that battery at whatever level it was at when first plugged in. I've had to repair 3 or 4 of these connectors.

Also the power port is held on with a flimsy piece of plastic. Any force in, such as setting the laptop down on the power cord side accidentally, and it breaks off and sits too deep in the laptop. The second time it happened I filled in the whole area around the port with hot glue so it doesn't go anywhere.

My display's hinge detached from the monitor on one side. It's a strong hinge, but a flimsy plastic connection to the display. I ran screws through it and have nuts on the back of my monitor.

Finally, a piece of software keeps crashing. Tech support says to update the video driver. It's an intel video card. Intel's installer won't update it because it says the computer manufacturer does those drivers. Dell hasn't updated it since 2015. Planned obsolescence.

On the plus side, Dell tends to have really detailed manuals available for download. The charger tech is cool, I can charge my work laptop that came with a 180W PS with the 35W PS that came with my inspiron. It won't charge fast, obviously, but it will draw 35W without blowing up.
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Dell cuts corners everywhere they possibly can. My inspiron 5570 has 10/100 ethernet on it..made in 2018. The SD slot is hooked to a usb2 bus. The TN panel was so bad it hurt my eyes and I has to replace it with a new ips panel off ebay. The hinge broke because its metal drilled into plastic. Also the BIOS logo takes like 7 seconds to go away, I have an nvme drive and yhe bios takes longer than windows does to boot. And don't get me started on cooling, I guess the 50 extra cents in copper needed to adequately cool the CPU is too much. Dell is cheap plastic GARBAGE. Also it doesn't charge past 64% anymore, maybe the power connector is broke on the charger and I didn't realize it? Not that I use it on battery..they cheap out there too and I never got more than 3 hours of battery life even when it was new, just web browsing.
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how is it 2019 and we still have barrel connectors on laptops? Dell can't afford to pay the $5 or whatever fee for USB-C
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How is this CPU compared to last gen?
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What's the difference between the two?
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What's the difference between the two?
Took me a while but I am seeing that the 5000 series has newer (onboard) Bluetooth capabilities and also it has a fingerprint reader that the 3000 series doesnt have. Other than that, I dont see where the price difference should be Smilie
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What's the difference between the two?
One is a 3000 Series and the other is the 5000 Series. The 5000 is supposed to be higher end.
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If this has the same power connector as my 2016 Inspiron 15 5000 then it's a problem. There's a 3rd pin in the middle of the barrel connector. The way it's designed, any strain on the cord breaks the wire to that pin. That tells it how fast to charge, so when plugged in the computer throttles the speed to its lowest possible setting, then proceeds to keep that battery at whatever level it was at when first plugged in. I've had to repair 3 or 4 of these connectors.

Also the power port is held on with a flimsy piece of plastic. Any force in, such as setting the laptop down on the power cord side accidentally, and it breaks off and sits too deep in the laptop. The second time it happened I filled in the whole area around the port with hot glue so it doesn't go anywhere.

My display's hinge detached from the monitor on one side. It's a strong hinge, but a flimsy plastic connection to the display. I ran screws through it and have nuts on the back of my monitor.

Finally, a piece of software keeps crashing. Tech support says to update the video driver. It's an intel video card. Intel's installer won't update it because it says the computer manufacturer does those drivers. Dell hasn't updated it since 2015. Planned obsolescence.

On the plus side, Dell tends to have really detailed manuals available for download. The charger tech is cool, I can charge my work laptop that came with a 180W PS with the 35W PS that came with my inspiron. It won't charge fast, obviously, but it will draw 35W without blowing up.
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If this has the same power connector as my 2016 Inspiron 15 5000 then it's a problem. There's a 3rd pin in the middle of the barrel connector. The way it's designed, any strain on the cord breaks the wire to that pin. That tells it how fast to charge, so when plugged in the computer throttles the speed to its lowest possible setting, then proceeds to keep that battery at whatever level it was at when first plugged in. I've had to repair 3 or 4 of these connectors.

Also the power port is held on with a flimsy piece of plastic. Any force in, such as setting the laptop down on the power cord side accidentally, and it breaks off and sits too deep in the laptop. The second time it happened I filled in the whole area around the port with hot glue so it doesn't go anywhere.

My display's hinge detached from the monitor on one side. It's a strong hinge, but a flimsy plastic connection to the display. I ran screws through it and have nuts on the back of my monitor.

Finally, a piece of software keeps crashing. Tech support says to update the video driver. It's an intel video card. Intel's installer won't update it because it says the computer manufacturer does those drivers. Dell hasn't updated it since 2015. Planned obsolescence.

On the plus side, Dell tends to have really detailed manuals available for download. The charger tech is cool, I can charge my work laptop that came with a 180W PS with the 35W PS that came with my inspiron. It won't charge fast, obviously, but it will draw 35W without blowing up.
how is it 2019 and we still have barrel connectors on laptops? Dell can't afford to pay the $5 or whatever fee for USB-C
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Anyone know what kind of battery life these get?
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how is it 2019 and we still have barrel connectors on laptops? Dell can't afford to pay the $5 or whatever fee for USB-C
Dell cuts corners everywhere they possibly can. My inspiron 5570 has 10/100 ethernet on it..made in 2018. The SD slot is hooked to a usb2 bus. The TN panel was so bad it hurt my eyes and I has to replace it with a new ips panel off ebay. The hinge broke because its metal drilled into plastic. Also the BIOS logo takes like 7 seconds to go away, I have an nvme drive and yhe bios takes longer than windows does to boot. And don't get me started on cooling, I guess the 50 extra cents in copper needed to adequately cool the CPU is too much. Dell is cheap plastic GARBAGE. Also it doesn't charge past 64% anymore, maybe the power connector is broke on the charger and I didn't realize it? Not that I use it on battery..they cheap out there too and I never got more than 3 hours of battery life even when it was new, just web browsing.
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Dell cuts corners everywhere they possibly can. My inspiron 5570 has 10/100 ethernet on it..made in 2018. The SD slot is hooked to a usb2 bus. The TN panel was so bad it hurt my eyes and I has to replace it with a new ips panel off ebay. The hinge broke because its metal drilled into plastic. Also the BIOS logo takes like 7 seconds to go away, I have an nvme drive and yhe bios takes longer than windows does to boot. And don't get me started on cooling, I guess the 50 extra cents in copper needed to adequately cool the CPU is too much. Dell is cheap plastic GARBAGE. Also it doesn't charge past 64% anymore, maybe the power connector is broke on the charger and I didn't realize it? Not that I use it on battery..they cheap out there too and I never got more than 3 hours of battery life even when it was new, just web browsing.
I concur (mostly)
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Does anyone have info on what igpu is used in the new chips? The ark site sill only says generic Intel uhd graphics.
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Does any one have a full image of the keyboard of Inspiron 15 5593?
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Does anybody know if I can charge this through USB-C? I'm trying to get a docking station where I only plug in the USB-C for all of my peripherals to include charging the laptop
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