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DELL Inspiron i7559-5012GRY Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7 6700HQ (2.60 GHz) 8 GB Memory 1 TB HDD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 4 GB GDDR5 15.6" 4K UHD 3840 x 2160 Touchscreen Windows 10 Home 64-Bit

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  • GeForce GTX 960M 4 GB
  • Intel Core i7 6700HQ (2.60 GHz)
  • 8 GB Memory 1 TB HDD
  • 15.6" 4K UHD Touchscreen 3840 x 2160
  • 15.08" x 10.43" x 5.67" 5.67 lbs.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Amazing bang for the buck!

Pros: - Well constructed
- Good volume for laptop speakers
- Capability to use both M2 and SATA hdd's at the same time!
- Memory expandable to 16 GB
- Has handled everything I've thrown at it so far from scripting to running a virtual lab to gaming to skype.
- VERY easy to remove the base panel (1 SCREW!!!!) to upgrade your memory and hard drive (s)

Cons: No major complaints whatsoever. I personally prefer two actual buttons for the left/right click on the touchpad, but that's personal preference and not an issue.

Other Thoughts: I doubled the memory to 16GB and added a M2 drive. It has handled everything I need from a laptop with ease! I'm impressed to see Dell actually made this easy to upgrade on your own.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
1/ 5
SUCKS!!!

Pros: Looks nice

Cons: FREEZES at random times essentially making this like working in a room where the electricity may quit at any time

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
5/ 5
5 starts is giving it a little much.

Pros: 4k screen with good angles. the laptop looks great, specs are good enough, and price is cheap enough to give you some wiggle room to let you upgrade it yourself for the cheap. Touchscreen is pretty cool. Full keyboard. Speakers get pretty loud- louder than my '12 macbook- by a lot. Back-lit keyboard. PRICE, under 900 for this is really good. Dedicated Card- but only a 960m- but better than an integrated- but a lot. I/O is all I needed

Cons: 1st- BLOATWARE. wow, this thing on the first boot had the drive sitting at 92-99% idling not doing anything, until I took off all the bloatware this thing comes with now its running great. Screen isn't matte, but you can buy a matte screen protector to fix that- like I did. The keyboard and trackpad is well- soso at best but is usable in everyday use- but for gaming IDK if i'd use them- but I usually game with a controller so I wont use it much. And the power adapter is hideous but has a cool blue light on it but looks like the same adapter from the 90s. The back-lit keyboard is only 3 settings- high, low, off- but thats nit-picking. Touchscreen is ok, not the best I've used.

Other Thoughts: It may seem like there are more cons, but no- I think this is a great laptop. Overall, very happy with this thing. Plays everything I want to play. Does everything I want it to do. And couldn't beat the price for it. For the price of the competition I had enough money to get a M.2 (sata 3) and 16 gb of RAM, plus this is 4k.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Great product!!!

Pros: love the 4k touch screen, very solid build quality for the price it's excellent. i am upgrading my ram to 16 gb and also add a samsung 850 evo ssd so my apps can open and run lighting fast, very easy access to the back.

Cons: it's a bit to loud with the regular hard drive but the 500gb ssd will fix that because i will only use the normal hard drive to store videos.

Other Thoughts: great service by Newegg i got this and my targus bag in 3 days

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Horrible Laptop, crashes, freezes, and very slow.

Pros: -4k monitor resolution

Cons: -Very Slow
-To little of RAM
-graphics card not good enough to handle 4k resolution
-Crashes, and restarts a lot, escpecially when running any adobe suite products

Other Thoughts: If this had more ram and a bigger SSD it MIGHT be a little better, not worth the time or money to find out tho.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
After a Year of use: Extremely pleased.

Pros: - You are not going to find many 4K touchscreens in this price range, especially with such a powerful CPU and Graphics.

- You have the i530 Workstation Graphics for maximum battery and the powerful nVidia 960M Gaming Graphics in a single system. The nVidia control panel takes care of dynamically switching it, I don't have to do anything.

- All ports are USB 3.0 not just some of them.

- Very thin and light. While it is still a 15.6 inch system that won't fit in most book bags, it is very thin and lightweight.

- Extremely Long battery life when surfing the net or doing normal tasks. Even when your gaming it is still really good for a gaming system.

- Easy access to upgrade components or clean out dust. With just a single screw remove the bottom plate giving you access to battery, 2.5 inch hard drive bay, M.2 SSD port, 2 memory slots (one is empty with 8GB version), Wireless card, and system fans, and heat sinks.

- Amazing cooling solution and design.

Cons: - The Bass speaker is overpowered and pops unless you turn it down in advanced audio controls. Most systems in this price range have no bass speaker, so...

- The touchpad is a TRACKPAD, as such there are no buttons, and the whole pad is the button.

- The Hybrid drive is not an SSD. You are getting a Hybrid 1 TB Hard Drive with a 8GB SS cache. I would suggest buying a M.2 SSD immediately, or just buying this with the SSD option.

- All ports are USB 3.0 making installing windows 7 difficult for the technically gifted, and impossible for the average user. This is a good thing if you plan to just run windows 10.

Other Thoughts: - This is a trackpad, You click by pressing down with one finger anywhere on the pad. A right click is detected by clicking the lower right corner or a 2 finger click anywhere. The "button area" is just part of touchpad and this gives you huge touch area. If you are a MAC user you will actually love the trackpad because it works just like a MAC, but if your a PC user like me it takes some time to get used to, after a year I now prefer it.

- I added an SSD in the empty M.2 port, and currently have a dual boot. Windows 10 takes 45 seconds to load on the Hard Drive. It takes 5 seconds (not kidding you) on the SSD. And this kind of performance difference is true for loading every program. The benefits of SSD far outweigh the smaller drive that most people won't use. If you need space you can have a huge SATA Hard Drive for data, and the M.2 SSD for the OS, to get the best of both by having both.

- When this system first came out it had driver issues. Both the HD 530 from intel and the nVidia 960M were new, and had driver issues that made the system nearly unusable. Every manufacture not just Dell had issues with these two. The touchpad issues caused by lack of driver couldn't be understated. Initially use of this machine was plagued by random movement of the cursor while typing, crashes in games and 3d applications, etc... and then Intel updated it driver, nVidea updated its driver, and Microsoft fixed the mouse driver. These 3 major driver issues were resolved in march 4 months after its release and you should not have the issues experienced by early adopters. These issues are why all the early ratings are so low, and the recent ratings so high. Initially I would have given this system a 1 star. You get to buy an amazing 4.5 star system that is underpriced because the initial problems.

- There are 2 heat pipes (water filled hollow tubes that circulate without a pump through capillary and evaporation) that run to 3 radiators. There are 2 fans that force air though the radiators at either side. This design is what makes this gaming system so thin. If you prop up the back the system (just put the power supply under the back bumper) it will cool without fans (unless your in a hardcore game, or its mid summer). My only complaint here is that they didn't leave enough gap under the system to cool though convection and the fans will come on if you don't prop up the back edge to let the air flow without them.

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4/ 5
Upgraded from a toshiba T135 S1310

Pros: Fast hybrid drive, even though spins at 5400rpm--but if 1tb ssd comes down in the $200 range, I'll probably upgrade
Bought from Best Buy online last week for a few dollars cheaper.
Gorgeous display. Rich colors

There is a battery power indicator light on the front that goes off while plugged in and if the battery is not charging. I thought it was broke at first and so while reading thru the manual, I found out that that's how it's supposed to work. However, I found out a very cool thing--pressing Fn+H will change the light to act as a hard drive activity indicator instead--so very happy about that I can't tell you how much so--I'm addicted to the activity light.
touch screen responsive

Since RAM upgradable, I can an add the extra much cheaper later (but haven't felt the need just yet).

Although I normally use a Zalman laptop cooler, the 7559 seems really cool. And quiet. The only time I've heard the fans really kick in is when using Dell's Diagnostic test tool.

While I am concerned about its durability, the keyboard's pressure/action feels good. I'm still trying to get used to having an actual number pad. The layout of the keys are also pretty much where I want things. I normally have to remap my home/end keys because the are in such unusable locations...but these make sense to me. I love having a backlit kb but I do wish the had a more options than the 3 toggled preset states.

Speakers sound good. The headphones sound night vs day better than in my toshiba--and they are just a cheapie five dollar pair.

All the ports feel "tight"--I had a problem with my usb ports in the toshiba becoming much looser over the six years I've had it. I think these might last a bit longer. Time will tell!

The overall build feels solid and durable.

Cons: The touchpad is the weakest element of this laptop and is mostly what prevents this from being a 5 star review. It just feels flimsy, and is often non-responsive. The settings for it are also limited (can't set up touch/scoll zones for instance). In the interest of full disclosure, I didn't like the touchpad on my last laptop either, so used a logitech M705 mouse. LOVED it. But I don't want to tie up a usb port, so, I'm looking to invest in a strictly bluetooth mouse. If anyone knows how to replace the stock touchpad with a (better) 3rd party one, I would love to know!

While it's not a problem yet, the keyboard looks flimsy--but as of now, it feels okay. I'm just worried about durability. And while it's not a loud kb, it certainly isn't one of the quietest out there... Bad if you are taking notes in class or in a meeting.

Weight--it is heavy but then I knew that going in. However, I didn't know the power brick is also a weighty sidekick. But with the right backpack, that shouldn't be a problem.

Unfortunately, the Battery/HD activity light defaults to Battery light on startup. I can't force it to stay in HD activity indicator mode when booting up.

Other Thoughts: Although I thought having a touch screen would be nice, I have to admit that it's a bit of a pain to use in a laptop form factor. I was actually looking at the ASUS ROG 15.6 laptop instead of this one, but the nontouch screen dissuaded me. If you are still looking, you should compare these two--it might be a better deal if you decide that touch isn't as useful for you in this form factor as you may have thought. I know I could live without it now that I have it. That's not to say I don't want touch--I do, and if I could afford a Surface Pro 4 with these kinds of specs, I would get it in a hard beat for the touch on a tablet experience (would make grading essays much easier and convenient).

While the resolution itself is not a con, Dell has a trick to make text bigger even though you're set at the highest resolution (to keep everything from becoming too tiny). In theory this is to make it easier to read things. Unfortunately, not all windows or screens get embiggened with the software (maybe it's a Windows 10 thing). So for instance, and this is a stupid example, but, the MS Word start screen is like 3/4 of an inch on my display. If it were something I actually needed to read, I would have a hard time. For example, I really had a hard time reading the menu that came up when updating the bios of the hybrid drive--the laptop kept rebooting to it until I finally realized it was a menu and not a message--took me a few tries to find the right option to boot successfully back into Windows. But for the most part, Dell's embiggening of everything works pretty well. I suppose, they do it to maintain the higher resolution for graphics and games.

I'm not a much of a gamer but did load Civilization 3 on it (I know, I know) and it rocked (it was very slow and on lowest res on the toshiba). I do a lot of video editing, though and am excited to try it out--the toshiba was much too weak to properly run camtasia (well, it would run, but editing took forever bc I couldn't do it "real time"--slow-mo and stuttered way too much).

I am currently looking for a backpack and sleeve to fit this beast... I used to use a zeroshock in-bag sleeve (awesome btw), but I'm not sure they have one that will fit the 7559. Not sure about Dell backpacks, but like all of them, it really requires a hands-on test.

Overall, for the specs at this price, and the overall quality of the build, I would probably buy this again. I don't know if there's a cheaper nontouch version, but I suspect if they had one, that's the one I would get.

If I run into any weird problems or issues as I use it, I'll update this review.

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5/ 5
Dell i7559-5012GRY

Pros: Everything! This machine is monster for < $1000. You will not find a better laptop for this price.

Cons: Zero. Most of the cons I've read in other reviews, including the ones on other sites, are ridiculous. Sometimes there are hardware defects, which are annoying, but should not be considered cons. Take and hour to update drivers and Windows 10 and you will love this machine.

Other Thoughts: For this price, this is a great machine. I bought an M.2 SSD and extra 8GB stick of ram. A simple migration of the OS to the SSD and this is almost the perfect laptop. The 4K screen is great and plenty bright. The CPU and GPU combination easily handle everything I task them with. My honest opinion is that I didn't pay enough for this thing, but no complaints there. Unless you need a 17.3" screen, you simply won't find a better laptop at this price.

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