Best specs at dis price (in India).....At first it seems heavy like 3 kg...But as u will carry it around u will not feel dat much weight.....The TN panel is not that bad people r just exaggerating it by hearing opinions from video editors.....Their is some color problem but it's good for gaming.....But it's certainly not good for video editing....D other n d final issue is small keyspaces....(however d typing is smooth n good).......Y dey used so small keys..(especially d arrow keys...Weird).God knows....One star minus for dat.....Rest is good....It looks good....But it attracts fingerprints.......N d cooling...Damn it's hard to heat dis beast....Fans r bit loud but d laptop stays cool...+++ D battery with power saver.....Good job Der....Overall a good purchase (just AnNoyed with SMALL KEYS)
People who are commenting that they expected an IPS display, you should see that this is the only laptop which provides a 1050TI in this price range. I know it is sold here with a price tag way more than in the US, but you got to blame the government for the taxes which makes it way much costlier than it actually is. You know iPhone is affordable in the US but here in India you got to pay a premium price just because of the taxes. Same thing goes here as well. Now I will receive the laptop on 12-13 may and will definitely post a review. For getting a 1050TI in this price range they had to compromise for the screen, but if you are going to use it for gaming, you shouldn't worry. The hardware provided is worth every penny. I would actually recommend you this laptop if you want to game on it, if you want to do content creation, either use another monitor, or go with the Acer Vx15 laptop but then you will have to compromise on Graphics card as it has 1050.nnEdit- Played a lot a lot of games on this beast, and guess what? It performs so good. nPlayed BF1 max settings, Batman Arkham Knight max settings, Forza Horizon 3 at high settings, Doom on max settings, Witcher3 at max settings, Hitman 2016 max settings. It works very well and no stuttering or frame drops found. No heating issue either. All is the magic of 1050Ti. Thank you Dell for this awesome product.!!
this rating is not about the product as dell inspiron 7567 is really a good laptop at this price, but the product i have got is physically damaged the right portion is clearly damaged and the hinge is making a tick sound while opening. I have bought this laptop from RetailNet seller. i would say this was the first my last purchase on flipkart for expensive items. If i could upload photos!! i dont know when they are going to do the replacement ..please flipkart team contact me...i am not able to contact you guys...your contact numbers are not working..
At the time of writing this review, this laptop is the ONLY one with 1050ti at this price, all others have 1050.nPlus, the 20k exchange offer, which brings the price down to 72k, which is VERY aggressive.nIt will cost you easily above 1L if you want 1050ti in the rival options, but they either don't have exchange options or they come down to 85k at most after exchange, which is still 13k more than 72k.nnPROS:nMost powerful (in this price range), simply because 1050ti is noticeably better than 1050.n7th gen CPU. After researching, I found that 7th gen is mostly better in power consumption than 6th gen. Performance wise, there isn't a big difference. But a latest gen CPU is surely welcome.nExcellent battery life.nnCONS:nTN display panel is underwhelming, but not really a big issue, unless you are coming from a previous generation high end laptop. It is easily replaceable so if you want you can upgrade this later.nNo USB type C. This should not be bothersome for most people, unless you like living on the cutting edge of technology. I think type A still has a long way to go, at least 2-3 more years.nnFinally, this is a gaming laptop with amazing battery life (a feat not achievable by most gaming laptops). If you want a laptop for gaming, or raw power, this is the way to go. It has an SSD slot so that can be added later.nBut if you want a premium experience, more in line with a productivity inclined lifestyle, look elsewhere, though I'm pretty sure that it will cost you at least 1L easily.nThe display might be a deal breaker for some, but if you are a gamer, you won't mind it. Again, it all depends upon the purpose of your purchase.nOh and people saying that it costs way more here than in the States, therefore it should have IPS and not TN, you should know that that is a problem with EVERY other laptop being sold here, so there's no point in arguing about that. They all cost way more here than in US, so no use arguing about that. Sure others have an IP and some SSD, but then remember it is the only one with 1050ti. You can upgrade storage and screen later, but you can not upgrade the gpu, which is a big point.
I just switched from hp omen to dell Inspiron 7567 ( GTX 1050Ti, i7) today. TN panel is good enough. Rest is as good as expected. Tried Games like "Battlefeild 1" and "Mass Effect : Andromeda" at 50+ FPS @ ultra graphics quality. Amazing dual cooling apparatus. It's just much better and premium plastics used give it a excellent touch.