It’s that time of year where consumers get TV and laptop crazy, which is why we have been looking at so many models, as it gives them a better idea of what is available to them. When it comes to choosing a laptop you can save yourself a bunch of time by having a budget in mind, as well as focusing on what you will be using it for, and once you have thought of those two things you can then begin the search process. If you are looking for a middle of the line laptop, then you may wish to consider Walmart’s Dell i15RMT-10002sLV.
This Dell Inspiron 15R Laptop ticks all he right boxes for someone looking to do studying and media work, although you will be stretching it when trying to play games or using performance intensive graphic programs for editing.
Don’t expect to buy this model anywhere else because it is exclusive to Walmart, and so would make a perfect gift this holiday season, but what of those specs we hear you ask?
Key specs and features – That 15.6-inch touchscreen display helps bring to life the 3.0GHz Intel Core i7-4500U processor and its massive 8GB of RAM, which is more than enough to run a multitude of programs at once. However, it is the Intel HD 4400 Graphics that lets it down. We know it is pretty decent for many tasks, but not for high-end gaming like we explained earlier.
There is also a 1TB hard drive, so there will be no need for you to use a Cloud storage option for a while. Some of the other main features that consumers never seem too bothered about are a DVD drive, 802.11n Wireless LAN, 1 megapixel webcam, and as for connections, USB 2.0 ports, USB 3.0 ports and an HDMI. For a closer inspection of the specifications and what software this laptop comes with you can find then in this PDF.
There are several owner reviews to read through on the Walmart product page, and the overall review score for the Dell i15RMT-10002sLV is rather impressive. However, if this model is not for you, there is this one, or you can check out some of the other Walmart Weekly deals.
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