Dell Inspiron n5110 Specs | Core i7 | Price | Review | Specificaitons | Dell Inspiron 15R Series Laptop

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7:

Stay connected, stay in touch, stay entertained — anywhere, anytime. With stylish designs to fit every personality, a 15.6″ HD (high-definition) display and fast performance, the Dell Inspiron n5110 core i7 15R is the powerful, full-featured laptop you’ve been waiting for.

Del Inspiron n5110 core i7 Price: $670 approx.

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Technical Specifications:

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Processor:

  • 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i7-2670QM processor (2.20 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.0 up to 3.10 GHz)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Operating System

Windows® 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit (English)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Memory | RAM

  • 6GB (1 X 2GB + 1 X 4GB) 2 DIMM DDR3 1333Mhz

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Chipset

Mobile Intel® 6 Series Express Chipset (HM67)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Video Card | Graphics Card | VGA Card | Video Memory

  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M – 1GB
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M – 1GB (For QUAD Core CPU)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Display | Screen Size | Screen Resolution | Screen Type

15.6″ (39.6cm) HD WLED True-Life (1366×768)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Audio and Speakers

  • SRS Premium Sound™ – 2 speakers @ 2W each
    Built-in microphone

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Hard Drive | Hard Disk | HDD

Up to 1000GB SATA hard drive (5400RPM)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Optical Drive

Internal tray-load DVD+/-RW

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Power | Battery Timing | Battery Type

6-cell 48WHr Li-Ion Battery
Battery Timing 2.5 Hour on Full Charge

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Camera | webcam

1.0MP Integrated 1280×720 native HD Webcam

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Wireless | Wifi

Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1030(802.11 b/g/n+ Bluetooth 3.0+HS)

Dell Inspiron n5110 Core i7 Ports, Slots & Chassis

  • Externally Accessible(2) USB 3.0 Port
    USB 2.0 Port
    USB 2.0 with E-SATA & Power Share
    HDMI v1.4 Port
    VGA Port
    Integrated network connector 10/100
    LAN (RJ45)
    AC adapter connector
    Audio jacks (1-line out, 1 Mic-in)8-in-1 Media Card ReaderDigital (SD) Memory Card
    Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)
    Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
    Multi Media Card (MMC)
    MultiMedia Card plus (MMC+)
    Memory Stick (MS)
    Memory Stick PRO (MS Pro)
    xD Picture Card (xD)Dimensions & WeightSWITCH by Design Studio enabled LaptopWidth: 14.80″ (376.0mm)
    Height: 1.24″ (31.37mm) front / 1.39″ (35.2 mm) back
    Depth: 10.24” (260.2mm)
    Starting weight of 5.84 lbs (2.65 kg)
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Rating: 7.8/10 (66 votes cast)
Dell Inspiron n5110 Specs | Core i7 | Price | Review | Specificaitons | Dell Inspiron 15R Series Laptop, 7.8 out of 10 based on 66 ratings

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  1. Dell Inspiron n5110 Review said:

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  2. Dell Inspiron n5110 Review (Disappointing) said:

    Disappointing product from Dell. I have a higher spec version i7 faster drive, and good video card and just out of warranty (3years) motherboard is dead. I have 3 computers and this one hasn’t had so much use. Accessibility to motherboard and hard disc drive requires complete dismantle. Cost of new board about $300 plus labour. Motherboards seem to be an issue and my trust for Dell (my 2nd Dell, old one still works) is about zero. Lots of work has gone into loading software and setting up this machine. So I am hesitating to spend money on something that is using low quality components. Won’t be recommending Dell unless you buy it with lots of warranty which includes speedy fix and courier pickup.

  3. Dell Inspiron n5110 User Review (Nice Laptop) said:

    Firstly I would like to tell you guys that I have been using the Dell Inspiron 15R N5110 laptop since 2011. I bought it when I was in 10th standard in the month of december 2011. This laptop gives us complete package of useful tools and a way fast processing and a powerful battery. Though this laptop is silghtly heavy according to those u see now a days but still i would give it 5/5 on based of its proceasing speed. Here is a list of some basic features of this laptop: 1. 15.6 inch HD WLED Display. 2. Black color 3. 3 hrs battery backup 4. RAM- 4GB 5. Storage- 500GB 6. Processor- intel core i5 7. 65 watt AC adaptor. Ther arw many more features but once u use it then only you will get to know. Thank you. Hope to get some more good results regarding this laptop.

  4. Expert User Review said:

    Dell has impressed us lately with a great range of laptops to suit all users, and the Inspiron 15r N5110 is no exception. It’s quite expensive for a mid-range laptop, but still offers great value for money, thanks to its excellent performance.

    That extra cash buys you the latest Intel Core i5 2410M processor, which is a step above the Core i3 processors found in most of the other machines at this price. While other laptops can comfortably run all of your applications, the Dell provides an extra bit of future-proofing and won’t need replacing any time soon. Even the most demanding software loads quickly and runs smoothly.

    You also get a powerful dedicated Nvidia GT 525M graphics card, while most other laptops make do with basic integrated graphics, where the processor also has to handle image rendering. The result is much better multimedia performance. High-definition (HD) movies run perfectly, you can comfortably edit all of your media, and gamers can play the latest titles without sacrificing graphics quality for a smooth frame rate.

    Battery Eater ’05: 166 minutes
    Cinebench: 9743
    3DMark 2006: 18,968

    If you enjoy kicking back with action games after a tough day of studying, this is the laptop for you.

    Bright screen

    The 15.6-inch screen is bright, although the Packard Bell EasyNote NS44 HR-033UK compact screen is sharper. However, we found the Dell’s screen was vibrant enough to fully enjoy our photos and films, with decent viewing angles.

    The built-in SRS speakers are some of the most powerful, making them good for music and movies, although audiophiles will prefer a dedicated external pair.

    While the Dell offers good performance, it’s by no means the most portable. We didn’t quite get three hours of use from the battery when watching films, although this isn’t a bad result, and if you’re simply typing out an essay or doing some other light work, you can expect to get another hour or so out of the battery.

    At 2.7kg it’s quite heavy for a laptop, which also limits portability. Still, it can be carried around if needed and the body isn’t too chunky to be a pain when you have to cram it into your backpack.

    This laptop might not be perfectly portable, but it’s certainly attractive. The dark brushed-metal finish looks slick, with only a little flex around the edges, and our model came with one of Dell’s swappable SWITCH lids. You get a choice of over twenty colourful designs, which make a refreshing change from the standard plain efforts. If you get sick of one design, just order a new one from Dell and they’ll ship it out.

    Like many of the laptops here, an isolation-style keyboard has been used. The keys are well spaced, but we found the board to be spongy, with considerable flex in the middle when typing. It’s not a serious issue and you soon get used to it, but we expected better.

    Connections are plentiful, with VGA and HDMI ports for hooking up external displays and even an eSATA port for attaching external hard drives. With 500GB of built-in storage, you’ll most likely only need an external drive when backing up your important files.

    If you need the extra power and have the cash to spare, the Inspiron 15r is a great student laptop that will last you for a few years. However, portability and usability aren’t as strong as we would have liked.