I recently purchased all new Dell Inspiron 7560 15.6″ Ultrabook powered by 7th Gen i7 -7500U Kaby Lake processor. Dell has released this Ultrabook in November 2016 and the processor used in this Ultrabook was released in October 2016. So it’s a very new fresh Ultrabook available in the market today and let’s have a look at it. The Ultrabook looks similar to the Macbook Pro 15 2015 in terms of designing.
Dell Inspiron 15 7560 laptop has a 15.6 Inches FHD Truelife IPS display which is very sharp and crisp. This laptop is powered by Intel Core i5-7200U processor, coupled with 8 GB GB of RAM and has 1 TB HDD, SATA, 5400 RPM storage at this price point. As far as the graphics card is concerned this notebook has NVIDIA GeForce GTX 940MX graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a Li-Ion, 3 Cell battery and weighs 2.0 Kg.
Currently, Dell is giving MS Office 2016 Home and Student edition preloaded on all Inspiron 7000 series notebooks. With that you also get Mc Affee Antivirus protection for 15 months and Absolute LoJack anti theft tracking software free for 1 year.
The ultrathin Bezels are inherited from the XPS 15. Body is build of Brushed Aluminium Magnesium Alloy. Diamond cut edges on the display adds more beauty and elegance to it. The Nvidia GeForce 940MX is a low power GPU specially designed for ultrabooks and portable laptops. It works really well with Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro.
Gaming Performance and Benchmarks – Dell Inspiron 7560
The Dell Inspiron 7560 performs well in gaming and rendering projects in Adobe. You can play almost every title available in the market, GTA 5 or The Witcher Hunt 3, Watch Dogs 2, Tom Clancy’s Division etc. flawlessly at medium to low settings.
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