Above Average performance with latest specs. Pros: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 940 7th Gen i5 Battery backup (3-6 hrs) depending on the usage Sharp Display Slim and metallic Cons: Slightly above avg performance. Untested and Buggy Windows 10.1 Software. I am using Ubuntu instead. Pathetic 5400rpm HDD (if you have already used SSD or SHDD or atleast 7200rpm HDD) will notice a difference (Technology is going towards infinity but we are still struck at old generation Harddrive) Average Camera. No Touch Display( but mentioned Incorrectly by FLIPKART as Touch in the description and preview images). Only 3 usb slots. Display viewing angles are not that great, Its might not be pure LED display, may be LCD with LED backlighing
I bought it 2days ago..it's awesome..nSuperior screen quality..nAwesome build..(aluminium magnesium alloy)..nGood speakers..(u need to toy with the settings, loudness is good)nNice gameplay..as 4gb gc with ddr5..nFluent day to day performance..nAround 6hrs of battery backup..nAbove all u are getting such great features in the most premium inspiron 7000 series at just 65k..what else does anyone need..nGO FOR IT WITHOUT EVEN GIVING A SECOND THOUGHT!!!
Using this laptop for the 1 week now. I bought it during Big Billion days for 53k. Its going to be an extensive review so have some patience and read on:nGeneral Tips (why it's better than other models in the below 60k range especially HP):n1) This laptop has GTX 940 MX GDDR5 graphics card. (check in google by how much GDDR5 is better than GDDR3). Currently HP provides GDDR3 versions of the same graphics card in its modelsn2) It is Full HD while HP models in same range are 720pn3) RAM bus speed is 2400 Mhz while HP is 2133 Mhzn4) No DVD R/W whereas HP models have DVD R/WnnNow my observations of this machine after a week of use:n1) Gaming Performance: Performance not to the level I had expected before buying but at this range for gaming purpose I am not complaining but please note it's well worth deducting half a star for. Playing World of Tanks at Maximum settings in all parameters other than texture quality which is at High and getting an FPS of 15 to 35. Strangely even at 15 FPS it is not too laggy and is slightly laggy which means it's still playable. Heats up a while especially the area above the F7 key. No serious issues because of heating till now.n2) Multi tasking: Pretty decent in Multi Tasking but nothing to boast about. Wish it had 4 cores instead of 2 though.n3) Display: Breath taking in one word. it's beautiful, beautiful and beautiful. one of the reasons I don't regret choosing this model over HP laptopsn4) Sound: Pretty solid for a laptopn5) Operating System: I thought and really thought hard to give this review 3 stars instead of 5 just for this pathetic OS called Windows 10. Frequent hangs and crashes. Frequent error messages for no reason. I dunno but somehow I feel in Windows 10 a lot of my limited data balance is consumed for unnecessary stuff that keeps on running in the background (any advice on this point is most welcome). Anyways I decided not give 3 star because Windows 10 is not this laptops fault.n6) Build Quality & Design: It's slim and very nicely designed which is why it looks premium. Build Quality is pretty good but may be not great, my previous laptop was built like a tank hence saying :P. Don't get me wrong it's pretty durable and will last if maintained well. Would have loved a full sized keyboard but one which is provided is great to type in. love the backlit feature. Would have also loved 1 more USB port.n7) Webcam: Just remembered now that my laptop has one and that I need to test it. thats how important laptop webcams are to me :Pn8) Battery Backup: Yet to test it to full but from my estimates I got from my limited testing if u r not gaming it should last u 4 to 5 hours. If u r gaming; well don't game on battery keep it plugged in.nnConclusion:nIf u want a pretty capable laptop in the below 60k category that can run games coming up for the next 3 to 4 years I think this is a good investment. I researched and saved money for almost 6 months so believe me I know what I am saying. nnP.S: By the way if u r going for Asus in this range better pray u never have to visit their service centers for any issues throughout the laptop's lifetime. Speaking about the experience of some of my friends who are also moderate to light gamers residing in different cities
I had issue with hard drive just after 2 weeks so giving 4 star. Performance and build quality wise this is the best you can get on this price. If you can spare a few more bucks then should definitely go for SSD model as it also comes with latest 7th gen core i7 processor.
Been using this laptop for a month now; its great this is basically a Macbook Pro ( in a budget)