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Dell Inspiron 15R
Member Name: cheekychops83
Dell Inspiron 15R
Advantages: Good and responsive
I love this laptop especially after my old one has now virtually conked out. I use it for work as a PE teacher to do my planning with and use for lesson plans whilst also browsing the internet for sports news and social networking. For me this fits the bill perfectly.
I like the large, easy to use buttons. The key board is good for navigating through and the buttons are also responsive. You only have to tap lightly for them to work. Not like my old one where you needed to press down hard to get anything to work. I also find the system simple to look at but also rather stylish. I would describe it as neatly finished at the corners and with its silver outer lining looks very smart.
It has a built in webcam that is of good quality. The images are not blurry or delayed and having used it quite regularly recently to skype my friend in Australia I can vouch for that.
I tend to upload my pictures to facebook quite a lot and this laptop is useful because it allows you to put in your memory card port and you can upload your digital photos in seconds. It also has a USB port at the back of the computer which is good for me when doing my work and makes it easy to save everything.
The screen is lovely and clear. Great for viewing images and videos on youtube. It is also great for playing these videos and is quick enough to mean that any buffering is minimal. What also helps is the large storage capacity the laptop has for data too. You need not worry about saving items to your desktop or saving all you many holiday photos as it just does not appear to slow it down.
I also love the way you can switch rapidly through different websites. For example you can move from one site to another within seconds without having to close sites down to take a look. If you are anything like me this is real god send. I have at least 15 pages open right now but it is not a problem for the system. If you like to toggle then this is perfect for you.
The mouse on the centre of the laptop is good to easy to operate and it has an excellent battery life. You can easily get 2 hours use of out of it when it is unplugged and there are various modes that you can use to save on power too.
This is a great laptop. You should be looking to pay around the £350 mark for it and although there are cheaper laptops out there your will appreciate the extra little functions it has to offer. Couple with with the fact it is sleek and stylish and you are onto a winner. I really like it and hope you will too.
Summary: A lovely laptop
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