This notebook may be the perfect example of what Ryzen processors can do. It comes with AMD Ryzen 5 or 7 mobile processors combined with Radeon Vega graphics. Graphics performance is impressive. It is superior to traditional Intel UHD graphics and should please most users. Some models of the Dell Inspiron 15 5585 contain enough hardware to allow a bit of gaming.
The RAM and storage vary, but the display is a 15.6-inch FHD non-touch with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and WVA design. Inspiron laptops have new and improved designs that make them almost look like XPS models. There is a smooth surface texture around the outer lid and silver coloring. The “Platinum Silver” is very striking. Optional backlighting for the keyboard is available and worth your investment. You can also opt for a fingerprint reader for extra security.
When opening the lid, the plastic keyboard deck and palm rests are noticeable. It’s plastic, but not a cheap one. There is little to no creaking, and the base is rigid around all corners around the Dell Inspiron 15 5585. The USB Type-C port delivers power. USB also provides peripheral connectivity, syncing, and DisplayPort data.
Smartphone and tablet integration with the laptop is a seamless experience. You can access all your smart devices at once with Dell Mobile Connect. This app is also compatible with Android and iOS.
Dell Inspiron 15 5585 Internal Storage and RAM
There are two internal storage bays: one 2.5-inch SATA III and M.2 2280 slot. You can get all the storage capacity you need AND fast, stable performance with an M.2 slot. The default option when ordering the Inspiron 15 5585 is a 256GB SSD. The system also comes with up to 8GB DDR4 memory, allowing users to run more apps and multi-task. RAM comes as 2 x 4GB DDR4–2666.
How small is the Dell Inspiron 15 5585? It has a starting weight of 1.77-kg or 3.90-lbs and measures (in inches) 0.71 – 0.77 in height x 14.1 in width x 9.8 in depth.
The laptop’s cooling solution consists of a short copper heat pipe over the processor and a single fan. It is enough to keep the system quiet and inaudible at under 30.4 dB(A) mostly when streaming video or browsing. For heavier tasks, like multi-tasking and running multiple tabs, it shouldn’t get any higher than 31.4 dB(A).
This laptop’s design allows it to operate in extreme temperatures, from -40°C up to 65°C (or 149°F). Its rigid design and powerful specs are enough to guarantee you’ll get at least a few good years out of the Dell Inspiron 15 5585.