Dell Inspiron 15 - 3000 (3567)
- In Stock
7th Generation Processor !!
Intel Core i5 7th Gen 2.5 / 3.1 Ghz Processor,
15.6" WideScreen, Intel Integrated Graphics,
4 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, Multiformat DVD Writer
Webcam, Bluetooth, LAN DOS
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Processor Type||Intel Core i5 7th Gen|
|Processor Speed||2.5 GHz|
|Processor Turbo||Up to 3.1 GHz|
|Processor Cache||3 MB|
|Hard Disk Capacity||1TB|
|Graphics||Intel Integrated Graphics|
|Graphics Detail||Intel HD Graphics 620|
|Optical Drive||Multiformat DVD Writer|
|Battery Cells||Info n/a|
Features you can count on to power your day
Transfer photos and videos: The SD media card reader makes it easy to transfer files straight from your camera to your laptop.
Connect in HD: Get in touch long-distance, record yourself for YouTube or web conference clearly with the HD webcam.
Crisp display: The HD, TrueLife display delivers a clear, bright image that’s easy on the eyes.
Optional features for a little something extra
Opt for a DVD drive: Get the added flexibility and storage of a built-in DVD drive.
Ports and slots
Dimensions & Weight
1. Height: 0.99” (25.15mm) | 2. Width: 14.96” (380mm) | 3. Depth: 10.25” (260.3mm) | Weight: 4.95lbs (2246g)
Designed for the real world — because that's where life happens.
Turn up the heat: From locker rooms to locked cars, we test Inspiron laptops for survival in harsh short-term heat conditions of up to 65°C/149°F.
Everything hinges on it: We test Inspiron laptop hinges to ensure they still feel tight, even after opening and closing the lid 20,000 times.
Keys to success: We test commonly used keys for 10 million keystrokes and touch pad buttons 1 million times with no failure. So go ahead, finish your novel.
Buttoned up: No matter what you set your power and multimedia buttons to do, we've tested them all to survive up to 40,000 pushes with no problems.
Twist and turn: Call us excessive, but after twisting an Inspiron laptop's base and lid more than 25,000 times, we can assure you the parts inside are well protected.
In for the long haul: Systems undergo at least 10,000 hours of highly accelerated life testing to ensure they’re ready for the real world.