Dell Inspiron 15R Touch Series
Sleek and elegant chassis.
Very long battery life.
Solid performance and graphics.
High quality touchpad.
Generous storage capacity.
Decent application performance.
Impressive battery runtimes.
Keys could use more travel.
Below average screen brightness.
Somewhat heavy for 15incher.
Slow Fast Ethernet port.
Disappointing WXGA screen.
No dedicated GPU.
Relatively high price.
Kind of ugly.
Mouse buttons are stiff.
Glossy finish smudges easily.
Awkward port placement.
By Techworld on February 27, 2014
It's a shame that the Inspiron 15R is so heavy, as it may limit the laptop to only occasional adventures in the outside world. However, it's well built and provides good performance and connectivity at a very competitive price. Battery life is...-
By PCAdvisor on February 18, 2014
Battery life is also excellent for a laptop in this price range, making the Inspiron 15R a good choice for anyone that wants an affordable multi-purpose laptop for use at home or in the office.80
By PC Advisor on February 18, 2014
The previous version of the Dell Inspiron 15R did well in our round-up of budget laptops last year. This year's model of the budget Dell laptop isn't drastically different, but it adds a touchscreen for Windows 8 and brings things up to date...80
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 27, 2013
There are several models in the 15R range, all equipped with the same 15.6-inch screen. Prices start at a very reasonable £450 for a model with an Intel i3 processor, but we tested a model with a more powerful dual-core i5 processor that comes in...80
By LaptopMag on October 15, 2013
The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Series offers impressively long battery life and solid performance in an elegant aluminum...70
By DigitalVersus on September 20, 2013
This year's Dell Inspiron 15R is an inconsistent product. It has great processor performance, a very nice body and good battery life, but the screen and sound quality are so bad it would be hard for us to recommend it...60
By PC Pro on September 18, 2013
A sophisticated budget laptop with excellent ergonomics and a touchscreen; it's undermined by a poor display,...67
By Good Gear Guide on August 23, 2013
Dell's Inspiron 15R-5521 runs an ultra-low voltage CPU that can supply excellent battery life, though it's a big model that's not easy to travel with. It has a touchscreen and a solid configuration, but it could use much better networking...70
By NotebookCheck on August 12, 2013
Dell Inspiron 15R-5537 Runtime miracle, Office artist, multimedia entertainer: The Inspiron 15R-5537 proved to be an all-round talent, which fused many good traits in our review. The decent quality impression of the casing and input devices were...81
By TopTenREVIEWS on February 28, 2013
The Dell Inspiron business laptop is just about as entry-level as you can get. With less-than-stellar standard features and plenty of room for upgrades, this device can be as powerful or as lowbrow as you want. Its memory and storage options are...57