Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567 / i5567 15.6″ Laptop (7th Gen Intel Core, Optional Touch)

The Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567 / i5567 is an middle-of-the-road 15.6-inch laptop for home & home office users. This traditional notebook isn’t convertible, but optionally it can include a touchscreen display.

The laptop features plastic casing and completely new design with more rounded edges than its precursors. The keyboard deck sports a gray brushed-metal-like finish, while the display lid is plain gray. The display is available with either 1366×768-pixel resolution or sharper 1920×1080 Full HD. There’s no info on IPS technology, so we can assume the Inspiron 5567 uses older TN panels with narrower viewing angles than IPS. Touchscreen option is available on select configurations with Full HD displays. Also, keyboard backlight is optional.

Inside, the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567 / i5567 carries the latest computing technology in form of the 7th Generation Intel Core “Kaby Lake” processors. Available CPU choices are the lower-mid-range Intel Core i3-7100U, mid-range Core i5-7200U, and upper-mid-range i7-7500U. All of these chips are sufficient for the everyday home and office tasks. They provide great performance for duties like web browsing, working on Microsoft Office documents, and media playback. As a stand out feature, the 7th Gen Intel Core chips have very optimized Ultra HD 4K video decoding, ensuring completely smooth 4K playback without draining too much battery power. The i5 and i7 offer more computing power than the i3, so they can be recommended for more intensive tasks like editing video and high-resolution photos or music production. Gaming on Dell’s 5567 / i5567 relies on the basic Intel HD 620 integrated graphics as the default option. This means decent performance for older game titles and indie games, but the latest AAA blockbusters need dedicated GPUs. For that purpose, Dell has provided an AMD Radeon R7 M445 4GB dedicated graphics choice. It is a lower-mid-range video card, but still far better than the HD 620. Generally, you should be able to play AAA titles on it, but with lowered graphics detail settings and resolution. As for system memory, the laptop uses DDR4 type with a capacity of either 8GB or 16GB. Both sizes are big enough for comfortable multitasking in all everyday computing scenarios. The only data storage option currently available is a 1-Terabyte hard disk drive, with ample of space for program installations and user files.

Here are some popular models / configurations of the laptop and their prices:
Dell Inspiron i5567-1836GRY – 1366×768 non-touch display, Intel Core i5-7200U CPU, Intel HD 620 Graphics, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, backlit keyboard – Price: ~$600
Dell Inspiron i5567-3655GRY – 1920×1080 touch display, Intel Core i5-7200U CPU, Intel HD 620 Graphics, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, backlit keyboard – Price: ~$700
Dell Inspiron i5567-5473GRY – 1920×1080 touch display, Intel Core i7-7500U CPU, AMD Radeon R7 M445 Graphics, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, backlit keyboard – Price: ~$850

The laptop does have a DVD burner drive, as well as a stereo speaker system and a 720p HD webcamera.

For networking and peripheral connectivity, the Inspiron uses 802.11AC Wi-Fi wireless and Ethernet LAN wired network connections, Bluetooth, two USB 3.0 ports and a USB 2.0 port, HDMI video output, a combo audio mic / headphones connector, and a multi-format media card reader.

The battery has a medium-size capacity of 42 WHr. Judging by the specifications of the laptop, the battery should provide at least four hours of battery life under light computing load.

Weight of the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567 / i5567 starts at 5.1 pounds. The profile is 0.9″ thick.


Specifications of the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567 / i5567

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Screen Size


Screen Resolution

1366×768 pixels (HD)
1920×1080 pixels (Full HD)



Processor (CPU)

Intel Core i3-7100U 7th Gen “Kaby Lake” dual-core 2.4GHz 3MB cache (~3,950 PassMark benchmark points)
Intel Core i5-7200U 7th Gen “Kaby Lake” Dual-Core 2.5-3.1GHz 3MB Cache (~4,700 PassMark benchmark points)
Intel Core i7-7500U 7th Gen “Kaby Lake” dual-core 2.7-3.5GHz 4MB cache (~5,250 PassMark benchmark points)

Graphics (GPU)

AMD Radeon R7 M445 4GB Dedicated Video Card
Intel HD 620 Integrated Graphics

System Memory (RAM)



1000GB (1TB) HDD

DVD Optical Drive

DVD writer


Non-backlit keyboard with numeric pad
Backlit keyboard with numeric pad
Multi-touch trackpad with integrated buttons

Speakers and Audio

Stereo speakers





Ethernet LAN


3G - 4G Mobile Broadband





2 x USB 3.0 + 1 x USB 2.0

Video Ports

1 x HDMI

Media Card Reader

Yes (SD card reader)


4‑cell lithium-ion 40 WHr
4‑cell lithium-ion 47 WHr


5.1 pounds







Windows Version

Windows 10 Home



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  1. Aditya – January 20, 2018:

    Does it support 4k out to external display?

    • Danijel Z – January 21, 2018:

      Yes, it does support 4K via its HDMI output port.

  2. david – August 30, 2017:

    what is the battery life for this computer thanks

  3. m.khan – June 13, 2017:

    hi, in a case of new laptop how many hour need to be charge ? and without first charging the battery, can we start the laptop?

  4. Ryan Christensen – December 10, 2016:

    How does this laptop compare to the HP x360 AMD fx9800 with radeon r7? I see people are saying that the memory on that laptop isn’t even running at the full speed it should be and that it is single channel RAM. Also I believe the GPU on that laptop shares it’s memory with the CPU where the dells GPU is dedicated and has it’s own memory. I’m torn between these two and the HP has a touchscreen, 7200 rpm 1 TB hard drive, and backlit keyboard for $80 more than this Dell model. But I’m looking more for performance in gaming so if the Dell is better at that then I’m willing to sacrifice those features offered on the HP.

    • pranav – January 2, 2017:

      Yes! I have this lap and i get good frame rates on all AAA games at low settings

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