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If you’re thinking about picking up a new laptop, Walmart is offering this Dell Inspiron i5570 for under $500. With over 20,000 four-star user reviews, the verdict is clear: People love this computer. And at this price, you will, too.
This is a user-friendly laptop that’s great for binge-watching or gaming and powerful enough to handle all our computing needs.
A powerful quad-core 8th Generation Intel Core processor offer a solid performance boost over earlier models, which is noticeable in computing-intensive tasks like music and video production, or editing photos. The 15.6″ FHD non-touch anti-glare display is very good for a model in this price range.
The Inspiron boasts SmartByte technology, making your gaming and streaming smooth and uninterrupted. This network solution ensures that your most important applications get the bandwidth they need.
Travelers will love this laptop. At under five pounds and less than one-inch thick, it’s lightweight and portable. The hinges are tested 20,000 times to ensure they stay snug for years, and the buttons and touchpad undergo rigorous testing to make sure they’re reliable. And the battery is solid for hours of computing, media-watching, game-playing, or whatever stress you put it under.
It pumps out Wave MaxxAudio Pro sound through two stereo speakers, so you can hear everything from concerts to film scores and gaming action clearly. It also boasts a 720p HD web-chat camera. Wi-Fi wireless and Ethernet LAN network connections keep you hooked up. Bluetooth lets you sync wirelessly. Two fast USB 3.1 ports and a slower USB 2.0 port, HDMI video output, a combo audio mic/headphones connector, and a 3-in-1 SD media card reader keep you plugged in.
If you pick it up right now at Walmart you’ll be computing in no time for less than $500. For a great laptop, that’s a bargain no matter how you compute it.