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Dell XPS 15 7590 – Is It Actually Any Good? Full Laptop Review!

December 3, 2019

The Dell XPS 15 is a premium laptop with high
end build quality that’s packing some fair specs in a thinner package. In this detailed
review I’ll show you the good and bad aspects of the XPS 15, and help you decide if it’s
a laptop you should consider. For the specs mine has an Intel i7-9750H CPU,
Nvidia GTX 1650 graphics, 32gb of memory in dual channel, a 15.6” 4K OLED screen and
a 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD. For network connectivity it’s got WiFi 6
and Bluetooth 5, but it’s too thin for an ethernet port, so you’ll need to use a dongle
if you need it. It’s also available with i5 or i9 CPU, you
can find examples of other configurations and check updated pricing in the description. The chassis is CNC machined aluminium, the
lid is silver metal, while the interior has a black carbon fiber composite with a sort
of rubberised feeling texture. There were no sharp corners or edges anywhere and the
whole laptop felt extremely well built and premium in terms of materials and design. The weight is listed at 2kg for the larger
battery option I’ve got, and mine was right on this. With the 130 watt power brick and
cables for charging the total weight rises to 2.4kg. The dimensions are 35.7cm in width, 23.5cm
in depth, and 1.7cm in height. This thinner footprint allows it to have 8mm thin screen
bezels on the sides. The 15.6” 4K 60Hz OLED screen has a glossy
finish and looks excellent, however it’s also available with a 1080p 60Hz 500 nit IPS
screen too, or a 4K IPS touch screen. I’ve measured the colour gamut of the panel
using the Spyder 5 Pro and got 100% of sRGB, 95% of NTSC, and 98% of AdobeRGB. At 100%
brightness I measured the panel at 508 nits in the center and with a 500,000:1 contrast
ratio, so extremely impressive results for a laptop panel, perfect for content creation. As each pixel is lit individually there’s
no backlight, so backlight bleed does not exist with OLED. There are some downsides to the OLED screen
though. The main issue is that it uses pulse-width modulation, or PWM, to adjust brightness.
I don’t have the tools to properly measure this, however I could pick it up on camera
with a high shutter speed. This can cause eye strain for some people over long periods
of time, however I didn’t personally have any problems. The other potential issue is burn in over
time, though apparently that takes a long time to develop with these new generation
panels, but unfortunately it is not something I’m able to uncover in just a few weeks.
Otherwise the glossy finish can be distracting in a well lit room as it easily shows reflections. There was almost no screen flex, it’s solid
metal, and the hinge running along most of the space below the screen made it feel very
sturdy. It wasn’t possible to open up with one finger,
not the end of the world, but it does help show there’s more weight towards the back,
it felt fine on my lap though. Despite the thinner bezels, the 720p camera
is found above the display in the center, no Windows Hello support though. This is what the camera and microphone look
and sound like on the Dell XPS 15. The webcam is a bit below average and quite blurry and
the audio is about average. The chiclet keyboard has 1.3mm of travel and
white backlighting which can be adjusted between two levels of brightness or turned off with
the F10 shortcut key. It illuminates all keys and even secondary key functions, however
by default I found it would turn off pretty quickly after just 10 seconds. You can adjust
the timeout period in the BIOS though, with different limits for AC and battery power. Overall I liked typing on the keyboard, it’s
got no numpad which some people may not like, personally I only didn’t like the small
arrow keys which Dell always seem to use. Here’s how it sounds to give you an idea
of what to expect. There’s an optional fingerprint scanner
in the power button, which is found on the top to the right of the keyboard, and I found
it to work very fast. There was only a little keyboard flex when
pushing down hard, overall the body felt very solid and I found the letter keys needed 61
grams of force to actuate. The glass touchpad uses precision drivers
and worked very well, it feels very smooth, gives a satisfying click and has all the usual
gestures. I liked its size and had no problems using it. Fingerprints and dirt show up on the black
interior, but they’re harder to see due to the carbon fiber pattern, and despite it
being kind of rubbery feeling it was easy enough to clean. On the left from the back there’s the power
input, USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A port, HDMI 2.0 output which goes via the Intel graphics,
USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port which also offers Thunderbolt 3 with 4 PCIe lanes, power delivery,
and DisplayPort 1.2 output, followed by a 3.5mm audio combo jack. On the right from the front there’s full
size SD card slot, USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A port, a button you can press to show the battery
charge level, and a wedge lock slot. There’s nothing at all on the back, air
is exhausted out below the screen, while the front has holes for the microphones and white
light in the center. The metal lid is all matte silver with the
Dell logo in the center with a shiny mirrored finish. Underneath is pretty clean looking, there
are just air intake vents towards the back. To get inside you need to remove 10 TR5 screws,
then underneath the XPS logo there’s two Phillips head screws. The flap uses magnets
to stay closed to keep the bottom looking clean. Once inside we’ve got the WiFi 6 card up
the top left corner, single M.2 drive on the left in the middle, battery along the bottom,
and two memory slots in the middle just below the heatpipes. The two speakers are found down the front
on the left and right. They sounded quite clear even at higher volumes with a little
bass, I’d say they’re above average for laptop speakers. At maximum volume they can
get pretty loud, however the latencymon results weren’t looking good. The XPS 15 is powered by either a 3 cell 56wh
or 6 cell 97Wh battery, I’ve got the larger 97Wh option here, so expect lower results
with the smaller battery. I’ve tested it with the screen brightness at 50%, background
apps disabled, and keyboard lighting off. While just watching YouTube videos it lasted
for 8 hours and 11 minutes, and it was using the Intel integrated graphics due to Nvidia
Optimus. This is one of the best results I’ve ever had with this test, especially with this
level of hardware. While playing the Witcher 3 with medium settings
and Nvidia’s battery boost set to 30 FPS the battery lasted for 1 hours and 45 minutes,
and it ran at 30 FPS for the whole test without any dips, so well above average battery life
and good results. The 130 watt power brick that’s included
with the XPS 15 seemed to be adequate in terms of there not being any battery drain while
gaming or under heavy stress test, though as we’ll see next that may just be due to
harsh power limitations. I’ll only briefly cover thermal performance,
you can check out the detailed thermal testing with the card in the top right if you want
all the juicy details. The Dell power manager software allows us
to select from four different performance modes. When under combined CPU and GPU stress test,
I found that the temperatures were on the lower side. The exception was with the highest
ultra performance mode in use, for the first 3 minutes where I saw higher temperatures,
but these dropped down after the first 3 minutes. This was because the CPU power limit was capped
to 30 watts for the first 3 minutes or so, after this PL1 drops down to 15 watts, which
results in less performance in terms of clock speed for long term workloads. CPU performance outside of combined CPU and
GPU workloads was a different story though, the power limit for CPU only load was 56 watts
and the limitation was thermal throttling as the fans don’t get very loud, here’s
how they sound to give you an idea. The fans were silent at idle, and even when
under heavy load the fan noise was considerably quieter compared to most laptops I usually
test, which generally exceed 50 decibels easily. The keyboard area was comfortable to use when
under heavy load, only the parts between the keys showed up as hitting around 50 degrees
Celsius, the actual body and keys were just a little warm. The main limitation seems to be that power
limits are dynamically adjusted after around 3 minutes, which results in lower levels of
performance while under combined CPU and GPU workloads. This does however have the advantage
of offering cooler temperatures for sustained heavy load, while short duration burst style
workloads were able to perform better for the first few minutes. Based on the performance that I saw with the
XPS 15, I find it difficult to recommend the $500 upgrade to get the 8 core i9 CPU. Dell
seem to be prioritizing cool and quiet operation, and given we’re not getting the most out
of the i7 an i9 just feels like a waste unless you do a lot of multicore work and don’t
mind lower clock speeds than what other laptops could offer. Although the XPS 15 isn’t designed to be
a gaming laptop, given we’ve got GTX 1650 graphics it should still be capable of playing
some games. Battlefield 5 was tested in campaign mode,
and it was still possible to run with above a 60 FPS average with medium settings, however
in my testing I still thought high and ultra were quite playable, probably as there was
minimal difference between 1% low performance. Control was very playable with low settings,
which is the setting preset that was required to play with 60 FPS averages. Medium settings
felt a bit worse, and I wouldn’t want to use ultra on this hardware. Apex Legends was tested with either all settings
at maximum, or all settings on the lowest possible values, as it doesn’t have predefined
setting presets. In this game even with all settings maxed out it was still a playable
experience. Fortnite was tested with the replay feature,
and as a less demanding game even epic settings was playing with 60 FPS, so definitely usable
and honestly just fine given we’ve got a 60Hz screen anyway, however much higher was
possible with lower settings should you wish to further reduce input lag. CS:GO was tested using the Ulletical FPS benchmark,
and as a game that depends primarily on CPU power the results aren’t all that much lower
compared to a laptop with higher graphical power. Don’t get me wrong, there is a difference,
it’s just smaller compared to most other games. Rainbow Six Siege was tested with the built
in benchmark. Even the maximum ultra setting preset was able to hit 60 FPS for the 1% low,
and that’s with a 100% render scale, so another game that should play quite nicely
on this machine. PUBG was tested using the replay feature,
and high settings was still able to run over 60 FPS, with very low settings it was still
possible to reach 100 FPS and above. Dota 2 was tested playing in the middle lane,
and as another primarily CPU heavy game the results at lower settings aren’t really
that much different compared to other laptops with the same CPU. At ultra settings where
we’re presumably a bit more GPU bound, it was a little lower now, however 150 FPS is
still plenty for this game. If you’re after more gaming benchmarks check
the card in the top right corner where I’ve tested 20 games in total on the XPS 15. Let’s also take a look at how this config
of the XPS 15 compares with other laptops, use these results as a rough guide only as
they were tested at different times with different drivers. In Battlefield 5 I’ve got the XPS 15 highlighted
in red near similarly specced machines. I haven’t tested that many GTX 1650 laptops
yet, but out of the ones I have covered, surprisingly the XPS 15 was out in front, at least in terms
of average FPS. These are the results from Far Cry 5 with
ultra settings in the built in benchmark. This time the XPS 15 was behind the Aorus
5 with same specs. This kind of makes sense when we consider the lower CPU performance
of the XPS 15 noted earlier. These are the results from Shadow of the Tomb
raider with the built in benchmark at highest settings. It’s only just 1 FPS behind the
Aorus 5 with similar specs now, and 1 FPS ahead of the L340, so quite similar when compared
to the other 1650 laptops that I’ve covered on the channel. Despite not being a gaming laptop, the GTX
1650 graphics is definitely making the XPS 15 capable of gaming. Although most modern
games at higher settings didn’t go too well, low to medium settings was definitely playable
in most titles. Now for the benchmarking tools, I’ve tested
Heaven, Valley, and Superposition from Unigine, as well as Firestrike and Timespy from 3DMark,
just pause the video if you want a detailed look at these results. I’ve used Crystal Disk Mark to test the
storage, and the 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD was performing well, however this will vary based on your
drive selection. The SD card slot was also performing very nicely with my V90 card. For updated pricing check the links in the
description, as prices will change over time, as Dell frequently run sales. At the time
of recording, in the US the XPS 15 starts at $1000 USD, although that’s with i5 CPU
and without any discrete graphics. The specific configuration I’ve tested in this video
goes for $1850 USD, but it’s around $500 more if you want the 8 core i9 CPU. Here in Australia, my configuration is over
$4300 AUD, though it starts under $1900 for the i5 and no graphics. With all of that in mind let’s conclude
by looking at the good and bad aspects of the Dell XPS 15 laptop. Overall the XPS 15 is a nice looking machine,
it feels like it’s built very well with quality materials. The OLED screen looks amazing,
though it’s not without its drawbacks which include glossy finish, use of PWM to adjust
brightness, and potential burn in later on. Despite not being a gaming laptop the GTX
1650 is definitely capable of running modern games well with low to medium settings. It’ll
also be a nice addition for other GPU accelerated tasks like video editing or 3D modelling. The actual performance when under CPU and
GPU load left a bit to be desired, at least when compared against other laptops I’ve
tested on the channel that are available for less money. Based purely on the specs, the
XPS 15 ticks off a lot of boxes for a laptop I’d want to use personally for video editing
while travelling. It’s got the SD card slot, good screen, large battery, even Thunderbolt
3, however the lack of performance under heavy load has put me off it. The plus side of this
though is that in general it tends to run on the cooler side with the fans being relatively
quiet compared to other laptops even under worst case stress testing. If cool and quiet
is your preference, the XPS 15 could be a consideration. Then there’s the price, even if I got half
the memory and half the storage space, you could still get something like the MAG-15
from Eluktronics for less money with a GPU that will blow the 1650 away. Sure you can’t
get the MAG-15 with an i9 or OLED screen, but based on the performance with the i7 in
the XPS I seriously doubt it’s worth paying $500 USD more to get the i9 anyway. That said, in my opinion, the build quality
of the XPS 15 is a level above the MAG-15, and yeah if you really need the OLED screen
then it could be worth considering, but then the Gigabyte Aero 15 also becomes another
option, again for less money and a much better GPU. Of course if you’re just after a laptop
for gaming, there are much cheaper options without all the extra features on offer from
these machines. So to summarise, I think the XPS 15 is a decent
laptop, but for the price it’s lacking performance compared to the competition. The superior
build quality and cooler and quieter operation wouldn’t be enough for me to pick it over
an Aero 15 or MAG-15. Let me know what you thought about the XPS
15 laptop from Dell down in the comments, and if you’re new to the channel consider
getting subscribed for future laptop reviews and tech videos like this one.

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  • Reply Kevin Richard December 2, 2019 at 11:01 am

    1st view pls pin my comment

  • Reply Shailabh Chandra December 2, 2019 at 11:03 am

    Still waiting for that alienware m15 review mate

  • Reply Emeteriowallace December 2, 2019 at 11:05 am

    Great video!

  • Reply statoskop December 2, 2019 at 11:13 am

    where DC dimming? Now 2019 or 119?)

  • Reply Robert Norris December 2, 2019 at 11:16 am

    The flickering is something that you can rectify in the settings menu somewhere. (Copied from Reddit.)

    User /coolmatty and I got it fixed. Posting this in a separate chain for your notice. Here's the instructions below. I'm keeping an eye on this to see if there are other problems that come up:


    (1) Windows Menu Search ==> SEARCH " Intel Graphics Control Panel" —(Could be named "Intel(R) Graphics Control Panel" or "Intel(R) UHD Graphics Control Panel").

    (2) On the main program's screen, look at the bottom row icons. Second from right should be the "Power" button with batteries as an icon. CLICK ON IT.

    (3) SWITCH the first option titled "Panel Self-Refresh" from "enable" to "disable."

    (4) CLICK "apply"

    (5) Close program and restart the machine. Keep an eye on this program since /coolmatty noted that it could be re-enabled due to updates.

  • Reply Luis J December 2, 2019 at 11:17 am

    Not bad seems Dell did ok with this iteration although I still can't afford it 🤷‍♂️

  • Reply Almuntasser Mohammad December 2, 2019 at 11:19 am

    Finally! Ive been waiting for you to review this laptop. Is this given to you? Is the laptop sponsored by dell? Or did you get this yourself? I think its important that we know this.

  • Reply Green Ice December 2, 2019 at 11:21 am

    Do you had the new hp spectre x360 in your review list? i hope u review it, thankyou. Love your vids as always!

  • Reply Mat Dzh December 2, 2019 at 11:23 am

    MSI Prestige 15 vs Dell XPS 15 vs Asus Zenbook Duo. What are your opinions?

    Edit: im too broke for the pro duo

  • Reply Subhransu December 2, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Dell didn't impress much this time, Nice review though.💯

  • Reply Prem Panchal December 2, 2019 at 11:27 am

    Hey Jarod! Love your reviews! It would be great if you could include rendering times and video editing performances. It will help creators, editors and filmmakers to choose better. Again, great videos. Keep it up!

  • Reply Roberto P. December 2, 2019 at 11:28 am

    What about x1 extreme gen2? Will you review it ?

  • Reply Romain Provost December 2, 2019 at 11:32 am

    This model or Aero 15 Oled WA (rtx 2060, 4k oled) for content création and gaming ?

  • Reply JayzBeerz December 2, 2019 at 11:32 am

    Great review as always Jarrod. Happy holidays to you my friend.

  • Reply تجارب سعود دراجات/ TAJARIB SAUD BIKE December 2, 2019 at 11:38 am

    I saw msi p65 creator
    Sale for 1500 us dollar
    4k screen
    32 gbr 1tb ssd
    Is it worth it ?

  • Reply loai yamani December 2, 2019 at 11:38 am

    Looks like the damn apple products 🤷🏻‍♂️
    glad they didn’t solder the ram 😅
    Nice rev as always

  • Reply mizo al masri December 2, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Why 32 gb ram ? Waste money, if they could put 1660ti would be the best of the best…also the good thing about ips panel that it is color accurate in low and high brightness but OLED I don't know people should pay more attention to that.

  • Reply AUS ALL STARS December 2, 2019 at 11:43 am

    Hey mate, nice vid! What do u think of the ASUS ZenBook 14?

  • Reply Madhav Agarwal December 2, 2019 at 11:49 am

    Please review ACER NITRO 7

  • Reply josh elton December 2, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    Which one do you prefer between XPS 15 7590(4k) vs msi prestige 15(4k)? I mean i want to make a purchase between these 2.

  • Reply Gurprem Singh December 2, 2019 at 12:07 pm

    Can anyone recommend a good gaming laptop to me. My use case will be heavy workload and some gaming. My budget is between 1200-1400$.

  • Reply Visharad Saraff December 2, 2019 at 12:14 pm

    Hey Jarod, I don’t know which laptop to buy:
    The dell XPS 15 oled or the gigabyte aero 15 oled

  • Reply S TREAT December 2, 2019 at 12:16 pm

    What laptop would you suggest for photo/video editing my budget is 1100usd? Can you give me atleast two options. Thanks!

  • Reply Haxor inator December 2, 2019 at 12:19 pm

    Jarod, did you notice VRM throttling on this XPS (similar to older models)?

    Where CPU and GPU temps might be okay but Dell has placed a firmware level temperature limit.

    Some models of the XPS 7590 seem to come with a VRM heatsink whereas others (like yours) are absent.

  • Reply Andrius Valčiukas December 2, 2019 at 12:19 pm

    I've bought it after loooong research.
    I haven't found anything close to it in terms of performance and design.
    Prestige 15 maybe was close, but felt like cheaper material product.
    So far loving it.

  • Reply josh elton December 2, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    Which one has better thermals between prestige 15 and XPS 15?

  • Reply Sam Hines December 2, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    is that aud or usd price?

  • Reply Sam Hines December 2, 2019 at 12:36 pm

    See apple why cant you add all the ports

  • Reply Gautam Srivastav December 2, 2019 at 12:37 pm

    i5 + on-board graphics. Am I a joke to u?

  • Reply Chaitanya Pahl December 2, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Dell is not flashy flash laptop but its more practical choice i n my opinion

  • Reply MAKSTR December 2, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    My Dell XPS 15 – 2012 is still running smooth cleaned occasionally and installed an SSD in 2016. Over the years I've used HP, Dell, MSI and Acer laptops but in Dell I've been most lucky with no issue at all. The 2017 MSI gaming laptop lasted only 10 months while the Dell XPS 2012 ran for 4 years straight I don't remember shutting it off. It became slow when I installed the free upgrade for Win 10. Acer Helios 500 – 2018 was heating up after 6 months so I sold it. MSI's fans broke and HP was pretty good had 2 models from 2007 to 2011 but Dell is most impressive for me so I will seriously consider one for my next purchase.
    Thank you very much Jarrod, your input is always very helpful mate, cheers!

  • Reply Ethan Hayes December 2, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    I have a Nvidia 1650 on my laptop, but it says that I am using the Vega 10 graphics. Do you know how to use the Nvidia graphics?

  • Reply Seb Cross December 2, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    Hey Jarrod or other users, this is kinda urgent: i just ordered the razer blade 15 (2018) with 1070 max q, but will also be using it for school. The razer has mediocre battery life even for casual work, and i cant choose between the razer blade 15 with the 1070 or this. TL;DR: do i want a higher performance machine but worse battery life (razer blade 15), or the opposite (dell). As of now, i can get them both at $1450. Should i cancel the razer blade, or just stick with it?

  • Reply Quang Hiếu Trương Lê December 2, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    Nice review Jarod. But the laptop is still expensive and I can not afford to buy it. I tried the 4k screen of precision 5510 andI feel comfortable with eye when trying this. I guess 4k oled screen in xps 7590 is better than 4k screen in precision 5510 and I hope in the future I will have a chance to try 4k oled sreen in dell xps 7590

  • Reply Janmejay Kadam December 2, 2019 at 12:53 pm

    Hey Jarrod! Loved the review! Could you please review the prestige 14? I really needed to know if the laptop having a single fan is as bad as people say…. Love your reviews man! Keep up to great work!

  • Reply تجارب سعود دراجات/ TAJARIB SAUD BIKE December 2, 2019 at 12:57 pm

    MSI P65 Creator-1084 15.6" 4K UHD Display, Ultra-Thin and Light, RTX Studio Laptop, Intel Core i7-9750H, GeForce RTX 2060, 32GB DDR4, 1TB Teton Glacier SSD
    Is it worth it
    For 1500 us dollar

  • Reply Andre Faelnar December 2, 2019 at 1:01 pm

    love the review bro. lets see how the new acer predator triton 300 could stack up against the other laptops that has the gtx 1650 gpu if its any good. will be patiently waiting for that soon enough.

  • Reply Red Dragon December 2, 2019 at 1:08 pm

    I got a Dell XPS 15 9530 from 2015.

  • Reply DuChene Design Solutions December 2, 2019 at 1:12 pm

    Your thoroughness and attention to detail are so impressive.

  • Reply Vasyl Zhydun December 2, 2019 at 1:16 pm

    I have 9560 right now, totally love the machine.
    Waiting for new 2020 redesigned model, fingers crossed for 17 inches one🤞

  • Reply Tech Help December 2, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    i am really curious to see your MacBook Pro 16’ review 🙃

  • Reply واردات تخصصی لپ تاپ December 2, 2019 at 1:25 pm

    A fine machine 🙂 💯

  • Reply falken 1 December 2, 2019 at 1:27 pm

    Just got the 32gb ram, 1tb SSD m.2 nvme, i7.9750h and gtx1650, uhd touch ips screen on BF. I'll tell you how it goes when it arrives. Estimated delivery on the 18th. 🙂

  • Reply TEMPOLIFE L December 2, 2019 at 1:38 pm

    For us poor students Just get a bad chassis with the same specs but half as expensive as the dell XPs 15 Lmao

  • Reply Tommy BRO December 2, 2019 at 1:53 pm

    Powerful laptops should eliminate all gamer aesthetics like this. Very ergonomic design for ABM students.

  • Reply Untitled December 2, 2019 at 2:02 pm

    Curious if you'll ever do MBP 16 in parellels or other VM to run games 🤔

  • Reply Janith Perera December 2, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    Hey! On the dell site they say the 4K OLED version has an anti reflective coating on the display. Why is it glossy on the review unit?

  • Reply Mustafa Mumay December 2, 2019 at 2:25 pm This guy upload your videos to his/her channel. You have to check up.

  • Reply ZyanDotMy December 2, 2019 at 2:39 pm

    What game r up playing at beginning

  • Reply Abrey Arroyo December 2, 2019 at 2:40 pm

    Which one would you recommend for an engineering student that uses CAD or Solidworks that occasionally likes to game and edit photos? The XPS 15 or the Prestige 15? I'm having trouble deciding

  • Reply A nameless Person December 2, 2019 at 2:55 pm

    Dell should make a 16’ xps so it’s thermals get better, it worked for apple

  • Reply HD BnB December 2, 2019 at 3:25 pm

    Just bought this on Black Friday! Really excited to get it for video editing!

  • Reply Technic Tube December 2, 2019 at 3:35 pm

    Before you guys buying any laptop, compare 4-5 laptops. checkout now

  • Reply hb gl December 2, 2019 at 3:42 pm

    The machine is beautiful and performs well but the keyboard is so bad that I could not keep it.

  • Reply se7en sour December 2, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    macbook pro 16 plz!!! love you guy

  • Reply Sahit Karale December 2, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    Please make video about lenovo yoga s740 15 inch model

  • Reply Tarveez Ashraf December 2, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    Can you please do review on Dell precision 5540 , it's not really reviewed by many

  • Reply Kim Jong Un December 2, 2019 at 5:14 pm

    There's a lot of people commenting about Asus releasing an FX506 of their TUF series. Is this rumor true ?

  • Reply JP Rozay December 2, 2019 at 5:43 pm

    @Jarrod'sTech Can you soon do a review on the LENOVO YOGA S940 latest version with Wifi 6 please ?

  • Reply Steve1963 D December 2, 2019 at 5:44 pm

    $4299 AUD Dell
    $4759 AUD MBP 16 inch

  • Reply Abdulkarim ksa December 2, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    Good laptop high-quality 👍

  • Reply Peter Moore December 2, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    So just for clarification this laptop can be charged over Thunderbolt 3?

  • Reply ningen88 December 2, 2019 at 7:03 pm

    This Black Friday i finally bought my new laptop 🙂
    I choose the HP pavilion 15 with the Ryzen 7 3750H, the GTX 1660 ti Max-Q, 16 gb of RAM, 256 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD for only 900 euro (996 $). Is not the top laptop, but at this price is a good deal 🙂
    Anyway, good review as always and thanks for all the info in all yours reviews 🙂

  • Reply f. zst December 2, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    Nice and thorough review!
    Did you notice any vertical banding / screen uniformitys when displaying dark grey/near black colours?

  • Reply MhMd Alfas December 2, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    In India Prestige 15 Costs 1600USD For 1TB FHD Variant And XPS Costs 1950USD For 500GB 4K Version.
    Which One Should I Go With ?

  • Reply Alex December 2, 2019 at 8:13 pm

    Dell xps 15 vs thinkpad extreme 2gen?

  • Reply Alex Kotikov December 2, 2019 at 8:15 pm

    Hey Jarrod! Make please review on Asus Rog Zephyrus M GU502. if possible. Thx.

  • Reply 98durangopack December 2, 2019 at 8:49 pm

    I literally just ordered this exact laptop on Black Friday!

  • Reply Themenace 25 December 2, 2019 at 9:50 pm

    Hi what’s better the nitro 5 or the Helios 300 (same specs) for a student who plays on the week end and travels a lot

  • Reply Andrea Ruffini December 2, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    Comparison with the Dell Inspiron 15 7000? Same specs but a lot cheaper!!

  • Reply cuddleslol December 2, 2019 at 11:09 pm

    Your videos are honestly so good. Set the bar for what other channels could do!

  • Reply Nicola Mastrandrea December 2, 2019 at 11:14 pm

    So this one has a wifi 6 chip while the MacBook Pro has a wifi 5 with the same processor and socket.

  • Reply Episcopal Ch. Uk December 2, 2019 at 11:51 pm

    Stop talking like mr bean you brick

  • Reply Elbay Malik December 3, 2019 at 12:08 am

    Great review! Thanks very much. I ordered mine 2 days ago and after watching the video I am sure I did the right thing. This is what I expected from this laptop. Stay cool, stay silent and run longer. I do not need high cpu/gpu power (though I didnt buy i5 with iGPU but i7 with gtx1650 to be future-proof). Great job on the review. I watched several other reviewers also but this one was very nicely put👍

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