This is a review of the Dell Inspiron 3000 (3593). We managed to get our hands on an interesting version of this machine (you can’t get it from Dell website).
- 15.6″ FHD Non-Touch Screen
- 256GB SSD NVMe
- 8GB RAM (8×1)
- i5-10th gen
What we didn’t like.
Missing were a backlit keyboard and a USB-C port. It felt like Dell was cutting corners on this machine. The most eco friendly computers from ACER and ASUS have back lights and USB-C.
We’ll be reviewing another Inspiron 15 3000 series next week that will have more RAM, USB-C, and a backlight on the keyboard all for $599.
This version is good, but only if you find it for $450-500 range.
Good computer, upgradeable storage and RAM. But we’d recommend the one we’re reviewing next week.