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What the community says about Dell Inspiron i5379-5043GRY-PUS
- "You're not going to go wrong with the Inspirons, thought I'm not too sure about these newer 'convertible' models. I bought this for my mother and she seems to like it. I recommend you either buy an aftermarket m.2 SATA (important, not m.2 NVMe, which this laptop does NOT support). Or go with the higher end model. My mom didn't need an i7 though, so I went with the entry level and threw a 850 EVO in there."
- "Dell i5379-5893GRY-PUS Inspiron 2-1 - 8th Gen Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 256GB SSD - Intel UHD Graphics 620, 13.3" Touch Display, Theoretical Gray 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U Processor (6MB Cache , up to 3.4 GHz) 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 up to [16GB], (additional memory sold"
- "I needed a laptop to use for graphic design software. This little guy packs a punch in the power department. No lag when running power hungry applications I use for photo and video design and editing. Very impressed with this laptop , especially at this price point. Highly suggest this to any graphic designers in the market for a laptop."