Dell I3 4030u Driver Download Install Update
I purchased this laptop without hesitation after reading the product specs I'd be getting for the price. I work as an IT Specialist and intend on using this computer mainly for my work presentations, emails and storage.
I'll attempt to write this review, keeping it as understandable as possible with as little tech-talk as possible. I'm actually using this laptop as I type this review and I feel like I can type for hours.
A common issue with laptops is the pesky touchpad often gets in the way while trying to type, forcing the user to choose between either disabling the touchpad or throwing the laptop through a window. The touchpad on the Inspiron 15, however, is perfectly placed, slightly off-centered between the home keys giving a perfect amount of room to rest the palms comfortably upon the lower and by the way lengthened smooth area of the laptop for maximum comfort and dramatically reduced touchpad interruptions.
The feel and texture of the keyboard keys are also pleasant beneath the tips of the fingers. I read one, maybe two reviews which state that the sharp edges of the laptop cause them discomfort while typing for long periods of time.
As an IT Specialist, I've seen just about every possible silly thing a person can do with a computer, so I can't rule out the possibility that these persons might be trying to type while performing yoga exercises. For those of us normal workers who type while sitting at a desk, I can assure you, we'll be just fine. Another review faults the overall review score of the laptop because the keyboard lacks a backlight. While the keyboard does not have a backlit surface, the product itself cannot justly be faulted due to its extremely low price!
This is a solid device. I read one or two reviews on here about the computer looking and feeling cheap. The only explanation I have for those persons' complaints is that they MUST be reviewing the wrong laptop altogether. I'd challenge them to post a photo of the laptop they actually meant to review. Compare it to a Toshiba or Acer and you'll notice that this Dell Inspiron is in a whole different league. It has outstanding build and quality AND is a great bang for the buck!
Lastly, I read a complaint about the HD output display outside of Amazon. The display is not Hi Def as one might expect as it is just slightly above the lowest possible resolution allowable to be considered HD at x pixels.
The total resolution of this display unit is not amazing, however, once again, is great for the price. I don't know anybody who would seriously purchase a laptop to watch Blu-ray quality movies, but if you are expecting that here, this laptop is probably not for you. This laptop is NOT for the gaming affluent. The latest and most quality dual core processor available 1. DVD-RW optical drive 7. A great webcam for Skyping or Vlogging.
Decent graphics card for the display unit Intel HD Graphics , x pixels 9. Of course, a charging cable power supply. The Dell Inspiron iBK is a pretty good laptop that runs fast and has plenty of space, but suffers from poor design and build quality. For the price of the laptop, it's a pretty good deal. You probably won't find a cheaper laptop with the same hardware. I recommend it to anyone who needs a cheap, 15 inch laptop with a full keyboard and higher-end processor, RAM, and hard drive.
Pros, Cons, and category reviews follow. The computer runs nice and fast with the iu processor. The integrated graphics work well and will run older or low resource games.
League of Legends, Minecraft, and Fallout 3 work well on this machine. With 8gb of RAM, there is plenty of memory to go around for all you applications and the integrated graphics. You won't need to upgrade the memory for a while. The 1 TB hard drive is spacious, and would never fill up for an average consumer. The keyboard is full sized and has a keypad, which isn't useful to me, but might be to some. There is no backlight on the keyboard, which isn't needed, but is really appreciated and is a nice touch on a laptop.
The trackpad is a little small for the size of the computer. It is a single piece of plastic with a left click function on the bottom left and a right click function on the bottom right. The click noise is quite loud, leading to me to use the tap-to-click feature when I have to be quiet.
The dell trackpad drivers on this and many other dell laptops have issues with Google Chrome right now, causing the computer to lose focus on Chrome whenever scrolling. This means after scrolling you can't type until clicking on the Chrome browser. There also seems to be issues with horizontal scrolling in Chrome.
The camera is p, and the microphone seems standard, so this computer would work well when video or voice chatting. The screen is glossy and has a resolution of x , which is fine, but can seem low quality in comparison to other laptops.
The speakers are pretty terrible. The sound is tinny and not very loud. It's embarrassing to listen to music on these speakers. Invest in headphones or external speakers if you buy this laptop. The battery life is good, lasting hours of light use before needing to be plugged in. The case looks pretty nice. The top of the screen case is textured, which is nice, but the oils from your hand will stick to the case and leave marks that have to be rubbed out.
I would much prefer a smooth, hard plastic case. The computer itself is pretty thick, especially when compared to other modern laptops.
However, the case is still thin enough to look slim when closed on a desk. There is a "hump" at the top of the keyboard case section you can see it in a side look at the computer that I don't particularly like the look of. I don't really understand why it's there because it doesn't seem to serve a purpose and looks pretty bad.
There are two stickers on the keyboard case section, one advertising the computer's features, and one advertising the Intel processor. You get used to them being there, but I think they detract from the design of the laptop. The computer is made entirely from plastic, and can feel flimsy and cheaply made at times, but it holds up fine. The plastic screen border is already kind of loose. After some intense use, the spacebar started to squeak a little, but it stopped and hasn't started again.
The computer never seems to get too hot, so the hardware shouldn't fry itself. The computer as a whole is pretty light, and is mobile. The trackpad does not seem to be sealed, and you can see the hardware underneath it. I would suspect a hardware failure if water got onto the trackpad. There is no VGA port, which would be useful to some, but I don't think it should be required in today's times.
There is a port for a Kensington Lock on the lop left side panel. The design of the ethernet port causes it to be very difficult to remove an ethernet cable.
You must bend the cable head away from the laptop before being able to press down the lever that unhooks the cable, which is pretty annoying. There is a quick access panel for upgrading your RAM, which is a nice touch.
The bottom case also seems to be able to be fully disassembled. This computer comes with a Windows 8. You will need a DVD or flash drive to back up your copy of Windows 8. No one really likes Windows 8. It doesn't look as good as Windows 7 since the transparent title bars and task bar are gone. I haven't found a use for the start menu and the Metro apps. I don't like having to sync with my Microsoft account to use certain Metro apps, which also changes your computer's login to your Microsoft Account login.
The most useful aspect of the start screen is the search function. All you do is press the windows key from the desktop and start typing to search both your computer and the web. It's similar to OS X's Spotlight, but without the integration into the desktop. Pressing the windows button to bring up the start screen is very responsive.
The other most useful thing about the start screen is the Weather tile, which you can set to your location and simply press the windows key to view the current weather. Top rated Most recent Top rated. All reviewers Verified purchase only All reviewers All stars 5 star only 4 star only 3 star only 2 star only 1 star only All positive All critical All stars All formats Capacity:
Downloads for Intel® Core™ i3-4030U Processor (3M Cache, 1.90 GHz)
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