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    Dell's Inspiron 15 7559 is bigger, heavier, and has a cheaper build quality than the flagship XPS 15, but its features and lower price make it a smart choice for those looking for a budget gaming laptop.
    The base model that starts at $799 already has respectable specifications, including the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 4GB video card, but*it's easy and inexpensive to add an*SSD drive, double the*RAM, and still stay well below $1000.*Upgraders will be happy to know that the entire back panel comes off with*a single screw.

    Should you buy it? If you're a gamer on a budget, the Dell Inspiron 15 7559 offers a lot of value for the money. You won't be disappointed. Read on for the review with video.

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