The Dell Inspiron i3567-5185BLK-PUS is designed as an affordable and powerful desktop replacement laptop. This mid-range laptop is perfect for home and office, college, or as a multimedia hub around the house.
About the Dell Inspiron i3567
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This Dell i3567 was released in early 2017. Since then, laptops have evolved significantly, offering more value for about the same price.
For example, a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels is almost unprecedented today. Full HD models are available today for as low as $400.
Storage and interface options are two additional key areas in which laptops have improved significantly in recent years. Newer devices come standard with a solid-state drive and offer USB 3.0 with both Type-A and Type-C adapters. Except for these, there are much more features we have covered in this Dell Inspiron i3567 review 2022.
Dell Inspiron i3567 Review
So nothing is surprising about how the new Dell Inspiron 3567 is designed. You can see the same lines and curves that Dell has used over the past two years.
The plastic-covered body is a bit bulky, nearly an inch thick. In that sense, I don’t think this is a traveler’s handbook. But most of the time you will feel as comfortable as sitting at your desk.
Despite its plain appearance, this laptop model is a fairly powerful tool when used by people who don’t need more from their computer other than to perform their daily tasks.
Display quality was the main source of disappointment when researching this laptop model. At least as far as I’m concerned. This Dell comes with a 15.6-inch TL HD (1366 x 768) display. If such a display existed, they would have considered evaluating it as a great device for home users.
Performance-Dell Inspiron i3567
The Dell Inspiron i3567-5185BLK-PUS features a 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7200U processor. This is a dual-core CPU equivalent to its i3 desktop counterpart in terms of performance. When operating in turbo mode, the base frequency is 2.5 GHz up to 3.1 GHz and the cache size is 3 MB.
Many mid-range laptops are equipped with this precisely tested processor. Considering the possibility that most users will use this laptop, the system memory is sufficient. The 8GB DDR4 RAM provided by Dell is enough for the vast majority of people who don’t need a laptop to get very professional results.
A standard amount allows you to process large data sets, multitask a lot, edit photos easily, and run intensive scripts on certain web pages that consume system memory as if there was no tomorrow.
However, users who need more system memory will be happy to hear that Dell’s Inspiron i3567-5185BLK-PUS mainboard will be able to add 8GB of RAM, doubling the initial capacity by default.
There is ample storage space. The Dell Inspiron i3567 comes with a 1 terabyte 5400 rpm hard disk drive. This is a much slower device than the high-performance solid-state drives that are constantly being replaced.
However, many entry-level and mid-range laptops still ship with HDDs, as many users prefer more storage capacity at the sheer sacrifice of speed.
It’s a pity that Dell didn’t equip the Dell i3567 with an entry-level graphics card. So is life. It features an integrated card, which is the Intel Graphics HD 620 model. Forget about it if you’re playing games, as you can play a limited palette of games at a decent frame rate.
Connectivity options include Gigabit Ethernet (wired high-speed Internet) and dual-band 802.11ac wireless LAN with built-in Bluetooth technology.
As expected from a mid-range laptop as a desktop replacement, available ports are plentiful, but legacy and backward compatibility options are lacking. Still, most users find the following I/O options to suit their needs: 2 x USB3.0 ports, 1 x USB2.0 port, 1 x HDMI output, 1 x RJ-45, 1 x Combo Audio Jack, 1 x SD Card Readerm, and 1 x DVD-Writer Device.
The Dell Inspiron i3567-5185BLK-PUS isn’t the easiest laptop to carry, but it’s not the worst either. Weighing in at 4.8 pounds, it’s hard to ignore if you’re planning on taking it on a trip, but it’s slightly lighter than other models we’ve gotten used to over the past few years.
Conclusion-Dell Inspiron i3567 Review
The Dell Inspiron i3567-5185BLK-PUS is more powerful than its competitors in a similar price range, but it’s more of a desktop replacement laptop than an all-rounder.
Here are some expert tips. Buy a laptop but wait at least a year to upgrade to an SSD. The price of these drives has been steadily declining since their launch.