Review: Dell Inspiron 3543

The Dell Inspiron 3543 met our expectations. Its performance is noticeable better than dell-laptopother laptops, which fall its category, we’ve reviewed in the past. All thanks to the Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, we didn’t have any problems while running basic day-to-day tasks on the laptop. We had two browsers open with multiple tabs, playing high definition video from our hard drive and songs with Groove music app running as well. All of this, yet there was no sign of stuttering or slowing down. Surprisingly the heat levels were also very low, which was very good to see. There sound of the fan was missing too. The gaming performance was also very satisfying. There was no visible stuttering with the resolution set to 1366 x 768. The gameplay was smooth as well. We also ran the Resident Evil 6 benchmark, which scored 4107, which is pretty decent. This means that high end games run reasonable well, but the laptop will struggle a lot if it’s pushed to its limits. We did notice the heat levels to go up with games running, but not enough to trouble you. The screen looks vibrant while playing HD movies and games. Colours look natural while black levels are good. Games though look lively and the 15.6-inch screen is very immersive. The brightness levels are good, but the viewing angles are very bad. It’s also the reflective glass surface that makes it a bit worse in brightly lit areas. It’s just enough to give you a good visibility when you’re sitting right in front of it. The audio output isn’t very loud. Voices in movies weren’t very loud, even with the volume set to high. The HD camera looks decent; there is no framing, but you still need to use headphones to have clear Skype calls.

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