Dell Inspiron 15R video review

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With the 15R, Dell has put together a versatile 15.6in budget to midrange laptop that doesn’t compromise on connectivity. Relatively minor weaknesses with its keyboard aside, it holds up well overall, with the interchangeable lids being a great way to change the design according to your mood or to match the colour of your shoes (if you’re that way inclined). Unfortunately, at the moment its pricing doesn’t make it the most competitive option out there, and without other areas where it truly excels, it’s worth checking out alternatives.

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nanite2000

October 12, 2011, 3:59 am

I'm looking to buy a replacement PC right now, and this looks like a contender. How would it fair playing recent games like Deus Ex HR and Rage on a full HD monitor? Could it cope, or is it likely to overheat (as my HP laptop currently does)?

MikeJK

October 12, 2011, 4:39 pm

No chance with a full hd monitor. High end FPS games will look like a slide show. You would probably get medium'ish details at its default res with n AA etc though.

TechVegan

October 12, 2011, 6:56 pm

Like MikeJK said, you'd have little hope of running demanding games at 1920 x 1080 (it won't overheat, it simply won't cope) - though if you're willing to compromise on resolution and detail some recent titles should still be perfectly playable.

A far better bet for gaming in a portable system would be the £750 version of the http://www.trustedreviews.com/medion-erazer-x6813-md97762_Laptop_review.

deep

January 4, 2013, 6:57 am

i want 25 laptops my budget is around 25000 per lappy... suggest me a good deal...ASAP
thnx in adv...

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