Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop 2024 Newest, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, High Performance for Business and Student, 15.6″ FHD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Processor (up to 4GHz Beat…

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  • 【 AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Processor】AMD Ryzen 5 5500U (up to 4GHz, 6 cores, 12 threads) brings the perfect combination of features to make you unstoppable.The Inspiron series has a high degree of adaptability for office workers, students and other people, and can access data faster and handle complex work.
  • 【15.6 FHD Display】Featuring a 15.6-inch IPS display, this computer has 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) resolution and vibrant images to take your entertainment to the extreme. The 720p, 30 fps HD camera allows you to confidently connect while chatting with family and colleagues for a best-in-class experience.
  • 【Extra Large Storage】Equipped with 16GB DDR4 RAM significantly improves computer performance. Up to 1TB SSD storage space, free to store various data. It can help you access faster data and meet your needs in daily study, office, research, etc.
  • 【Graphics】Smoothly stream content and play your favorite games with AMD Radeon Graphics. Impressive performance for creating, gaming, and entertainment. A new level of graphics performance and crisp, stunning visuals – with the convenience of a thin and light laptop.
  • 【Designed for Office】Spacious keycaps and roomy touchpad make browsing content easier. 15.6-inch FHD display keeps your eyes comfortable during long viewing hours. An ergonomic lift hinge provides a more comfortable typing angle, while stylish three-sided narrow bezels provide an immersive viewing experience. Windows 11 Home Edition brings you a new and efficient experience.
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Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop 2024 Newest, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, High Performance for Business and Student, 15.6″ FHD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Processor (up to 4GHz Beat…
Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop 2024 Newest, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, High Performance for Business and Student, 15.6″ FHD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Processor (up to 4GHz Beat…

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Specification: Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop 2024 Newest, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, High Performance for Business and Student, 15.6″ FHD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Processor (up to 4GHz Beat…

Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080 Pixels

Processor

‎4 GHz amd_ryzen_5_5500u

RAM

‎16 GB DDR4

Hard Drive

‎1 TB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎AMD Radeon

Chipset Brand

‎AMD

Card Description

‎Integrated

Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Brand

‎Dell

Series

‎Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop

Item model number

‎Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎3.71 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.11 x 0.83 x 9.27 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.11 x 0.83 x 9.27 inches

Color

‎Black

Processor Brand

‎AMD

Number of Processors

‎6

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for Dell Inspiron 15 3525 Laptop 2024 Newest, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, High Performance for Business and Student, 15.6″ FHD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Processor (up to 4GHz Beat…

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  1. Luc Tourigny

    Very good PC for your everyday use. Can even run a couple games like starcraft 2

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  2. Glipper

    awesome awesome awesome !
    It plays all the games I like to play ( WoW, 7 Days To Die, Dwarf Fortress) with out any problems. Would for sure get again.

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  3. leo

    Works perfect, haven’t had a problem with the subwoofer or the mouse pad, witch according to most reviews were the weak spots of this pc. Amazed with its performance!!

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  4. Christopher Alí

    Es un equipo de alto rendimiento para cualquier usuario que busca velocidad en su equipo, específicamente creo que es ideal para Gamers.

    Es un excelente equipo, los componentes son bastante buenos; el procesador es bastante bueno, he usado la computadora para varios juegos que varían en cuanto a lo demandante de sus requisitos y no he tenido problemas con ninguno, ni siquiera para juegos AAA con gráficas muy buenas, como Doom, Dark Souls III, entro otros, todos los corre en gráficas máximas; la tarjeta gráfica es bastante buena, la iluminación y efectos de partículas se ven espectaculares.

    El equipo se prende entre 4 y 8 segundos siempre y listo para usarse de inmediato, gracias al SDD, aunque lo malo de esto es que se llena muy rápido el almacenamiento; el teclado iluminado es muy útil, la pantalla tono mate y anti-reflejos es un gran beneficio en espacios iluminados.
    Los materiales de la computadora son buenos, no de primera calidad pero al precio de la computadora, era un sacrificio necesario y honestamente no necesito más.

    Una gran ventaja que tiene este equipo y que fue factor decisivo para mi es que se puede mejorar el RAM a 16GB y se puede insertar un segundo SDD o mejor aun un HDD para balancear.
    Una cosa ha tener en cuenta es que, al estar solo con la batería de la computadora sin tener el cargador conectado, algunos juegos no tienen el rendimiento optimo al jugarse, esto se puede solucionar bajando las gráficas o simplemente conectando la laptop a la corriente. Obviamente esto varía de juego a juego y comúnmente esto ocurre con la batería baja, a partir de 35% o más no he tenido muchos problemas con la mayoría de juegos.

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  5. George

    EDIT 1: Below I mentioned hearing about track pad issues, but not encountering them and it seems to that it only occurs when playing games (who uses a track pad when playing games anyway). From reading other reviews, it does seem like there is an easy fix so I don’t mind, doesn’t affect the product in my eyes.

    EDIT 2: I have had this laptop for 5 months now, and the laptop is still in pristine working condition. Asides from a messy keyboard (I am too lazy to clean it), it is fine. The battery is still in excellent condition and hold it’s charge just as well as before. I will soon be looking to upgrade it by increasing the ram and adding a second hard drive. There have been questions about the hard ware. In terms of upgrading, there is a second hard drive slot and room for an additional 8GB of ram. The laptop comes with no optical drive however, an external optical drive can be used.

    I am a student doing my A-Levels and this laptop is perfect for me. I wanted a laptop that will last a long time, run quickly, and be good for gaming every now and then. I’ve had this laptop for 2 days now and I will update this review as I go.

    Firstly, the screen. It is very high quality and looks great from all angles. I’ve never before been picky about watching high res YouTube videos or movies but with this screen, you can really tell the difference. It has a very high resolution and is ideal for me. Only two draw back are that some of the text on windows itself looks low res, however I’m sure it’s an easy fix, I’m just lazy. Secondly, there is a small amount of bleeding when the screen is black. It’s not always visible either. When i’m watching a TV show and the screen goes black, I don’t see any bleed but sometimes when the screen blacks out for whatever reason it can sometimes be seen. Not a problem for me since it doesn’t show up when there is something to look at.

    Secondly, speed. The speed on this laptop is insane. It’s new, but even after putting all my programs on it, the time from pressing the on button to being able to open a program is ~5-10 seconds. Programs open instantly and games run very quickly. I haven’t pushed it properly yet but from what I have tried, I get a VERY good picture, with at least 45 FPS.

    Thirdly, storage. I can see storage on this becoming a problem since it is shipped with 250 GB. Luckily, there is a second hard drive slot which I will likely put a second SSD in which will solve my problem, and I bought this with the intent of doing this.

    The style of this laptop is very nice. I don’t mind the US layout, I’m adaptable. The track pad is very far to the left which may be a problem for some, but I am ambidextrous so I don’t care.The red on black looks very nice especially on the Dell logo and the speakers.

    Battery life is good. I can get around 6 hours when I’m watching TV, which is good for me since I’m likely only going to be using this unplugged when I can’t be bothered to plug in the charger.

    Other things include the speed with which it arrived (2 days), how easy it was to set up out of the box, and the options to upgrade RAM and to add a second hard drive. After reading reviews, I found out that the laptop is supposedly shipped with bad drivers for the wireless and track pad. I have had no problems with the track pad yet. When I started using this laptop I plugged in an ethernet cable and updated all drivers and thus have had no problems with the wireless (quite the opposite, on previous computer I could reach ~4-5 MB/s but on this I can get 7-8MB/s which is good).

    Overall, I would say this laptop is perfect for me and I’m very happy with the build quality, specs, style, speed etc. and would (and have) recommend it to anyone else looking for a gaming/work machine.

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  6. J. Scully

    Edit #1: Updated for Doom 4 playtest (as promised) It actually played well! Even at 1920×1080, although it does better at 1600×900.

    Edit #2: Titanfall 2 plays nicely on this device at 1920×1080 (installed on the 2nd SSD I put in) – just like with with Doom 4, I turned off Anti-aliasing, anisotropic filtering, occlusion, and blur, but it’s really up to you – I’m sure you can still get it to run decently with some combination of these turned on.

    Review: The laptop starts in a flash & works as advertised, but oh, lordy. It initially crashed often (& for some reason the Intel display drivers were initially constantly crashing & restarting – but not the OS itself, just the drivers. Windows 10 would report that the drivers had crashed, & keep going), and stuttered due to the bloatware & the default settings. If you have these issues, Update the graphics drivers, & uninstall/remove all the Dell services & products & McAffee (get BitDefender – but be careful with the BD firewall! It’ll sometimes block even allowed software!). After I did that, it was stable & fast, but the default graphics processor was still set to the Intel integrated graphics rather than the nvidia processor! So you have to change the default if you plan on playing games regularly & don’t want to set the processor for each game you play. Also, even after I removed the Dell software, every few weeks a random command line script whose title starts with “Dell” flashes briefly on my screen & disappears. On top of that, you will want a decent USB hub, as this thing doesn’t have too many USB ports. And be sure to set your power profile to high performance if you’re worried about games! And either set all your games to run as administrator by default (in the properties window), or create a gaming account with the user/administrator role-switching deactivated – that’s a pain (but I keep it on, anyway). And don’t forget setting up the firewall. But, after all that is said & done, it runs games very well for the price (You’ll have to turn off all Anti-Aliasing & Anisotropic Filtering & image processing in general for the newer games – that’s where the majority of the frames per second go for modern games – this can be done globally through the nvidia configuration tool so you won’t have to think about it every time) – You’re definitely not going to get 1080 Doom 4 on ultra detail-(2016-11-11 UPDATE: Well, that’s not entirely true – I finally installed an extra chip of 8 GB DDR3L RAM, and an extra 1 TB solid state, and installed the Doom 4 demo on it. I turned off occlusion, depth of field, motion blur, lowered the anti-aliasing and lowered the anisotropic filtering down to triliniear, and then put all the other settings on Ultra, and it’s running smooth as butter. So the moral of the story is do your research! My previous beta playtest of Doom 4 apparently failed because it took up almost all my remaining hard drive space – that sucker is huge, almost 100 GB), but it can play Dark Souls 3 just fine (with the AA & AF off & no processing & with latest graphics drivers to halt the microstutter). Pretty much any of the games out right now, so long as you turn off AA & AF & occlusion. Due to the great differences in performance I noticed in playing Doom 4, I fully recommend installing another SSD in the second drive bay, especially if you play games, & I also recommend getting an external BD/DVD player. And FYI I unscrewed only ONE screw to release the panel on the back in order to install the new SSD & RAM. I was finished and loading Windows in about 5 minutes.

    TL;DR – It’s amazing, stable, fast, plays all of the latest games (if you get the space for it and be sure to set the default video card to nVidia) & is easy to maintain, but ONLY if you’re prepared to do a lot of the initial configuration.

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  7. Kyle

    I’ve owned this laptop for just under a week. I purchased it through Amazon Warehouse for $560. It was Used-Like New which means the packaging was damaged, but the product is still brand new. What a steal this was.

    I’ll start off by saying that I purchased this laptop as I head back to school. I needed portability, a 15″ screen (non touch, I think touch screens are gimmicky, you may feel otherwise), and a discrete graphics card so I can play some games during any downtime. With my school and work schedule, it’s probably not going to happen much. I do have a dedicated gaming PC with a 1070 so that gets most of my gaming attention.

    Pros:
    I got this laptop for an amazing price. For under $600 on Amazon Warehouse, this is an absolute steal. If you compare it to other laptops in the $500-$600 price range, you won’t get dedicated graphics nor will you get a true Quad Core processor. You’ll get an Intel chip marked with a U at the end meaning it’s designed to save power. Not good for gaming.

    This laptop is portable. It fits in my backpack without issue. It adds very little in terms of weight. It feels very portable.

    The Keyboard isn’t great, but it’s not terrible. Typing feels fine on it. The backlit keyboard is a really nice addition and can be cycled through Dim, Bright, or Off.

    Gaming on it is really good. My last laptop was 10+ years ago. I paid nearly double for it and it didn’t have dedicated graphics, it was massive, and it played my games like hot garbage. So far, I’ve only tested two games. World of Warcraft: Legion and Diablo 3. Diablo 3, as expected, was around 90FPS dipping to 70FPS in spell heavy areas. World of Warcraft was playable at 60FPS at default setting of 5. I haven’t played around with the settings too much, but I was locked at the screen refresh rate of 60hz (fps) and didn’t see a single dip. I upped the view distance and dropped shadows a bit.

    The SSD is lightning fast. I’ve only recently been introduced to them on my gaming PC so it was a great addition to this laptop. Boot times are super fast, programs open very quickly and are responsive, and games load really well. The other benefit that I didn’t realize until using it, is this laptop is dead silent. No clicking hard drive, no vibration from the platters spinning, nothing. Unless you are playing a game and the fans get going, you won’t hear a thing from this laptop. I will likely add a 250-500 gigabyte hard drive as the 256SSD just isnt enough space to store all of my games and files. Luckily you can find HDD drive space for really cheap.

    Cons:
    The screen isn’t great. I’m a little impressed as my expectations were low after reading reviews, but it’s not an amazing screen. Luckily enough for me, I’ve had zero light bleed. Even in a dark room on boot, I don’t notice any light bleed.

    Build Quality. I don’t know how it’s going to hold up. It seems sturdy, but there is some screen flex in the bottom middle of the screen. The plastic guards on the fans seem like they would be easy to break too.

    Speakers. Really nothing to write home about. I’m not an audiophile, so I can’t describe exactly what is wrong with them, but they just sound…meh. Get headphones and you won’t have to worry about it.

    Trackpad: It’s pretty bad. Probably the worst thing about this laptop. It’s not accurate, it’s jumpy and doesn’t feel good. Get a wireless mouse with it. I did. Luckily this is an issue that can be remedied for as little as $10 with a mouse. If you are planning on gaming, you won’t want to use the track pad anyway.

    Overall:
    This is insane bang for your buck. If you want a laptop that you could play games on for a good price, this is it. It’s a “sleeper”. I saw one top review mentioned that its easy to sneak it past the wife as a work laptop when really, it can easily handle most games. It also doesn’t scream “STEAL ME” with flashy RGBs and gawdy accents. I was fortunate enough that this laptop dropped $100 in price the day I was going to buy it. That right there is enough for a cooling pad and a HDD to complete what is an amazing computer. Just buy it already!

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