Dell Vostro 15 7590 With i7-9750H, GTX 1650 on Sale for $1,099

Dell Vostro 15 7590

Dell Vostro 15 7590 (Image credit: Dell)

The Vostro 15 7590, which Dell normally sells for $1,998.57, has gone on sale for $1,099. That means if you're in the market for a new business-class laptop, you're in luck. 

The Vostro 15 7590 is a 15.6-inch laptop that measures 9.4 x 14.1 x 0.7 inches (239 x 358 x 18mm) and weighs 4.1 pounds (1.85 kg). It sports a slim body with narrow bezels and an anti-glare display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080.

The laptop is powered by a 9th-Generation Intel Core i7-9750H processor. The six-core, 12-thread chip clocks in with a 2.6 GHz base clock and 4.5 GHz boost clock. The processor is accompanied with 16GB of DDR4-2666 memory and a 512GB PCIe-NVMe M.2 SSD

Although Dell markets the Vostro 15 7590 as a business laptop, it offers some decent gaming, thanks to the inclusion of Nvidia's Turing-powered GTX 1650 graphics. The graphics card sports 896 CUDA cores and 4GB of GDDR5 memory, which should be enough for all your casual gaming needs.

Dell Vostro 15 7590

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Other useful features include a lid-open sensor that automatically turns on your laptop, full 10-key numeric keypad, four-element lens webcam, TPM 2.0 module and optional fingerprint reader.

The laptop comes with 802.11ac 2x2 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It's also equipped with a microSD card reader that's compatible with the SD, SDHC and SDXC formats. USB-wise there are three USB 3.1 Type-A ports and one Thunderbolt (USB 3.1 Type-C) port. There is also a HDMI port for video output and a 3.5mm audio jack for connecting headsets.

Dell has slapped a six-cell 97 Whr battery on the Vostro 15 7590, which, according to the manufacturer, can get you through an entire working day.

If you're looking for something more explicitly built for gaming, check out our ranking of the best gaming laptops and our gaming laptop buying guide.

Zhiye Liu
News Editor and Memory Reviewer

Zhiye Liu is a news editor and memory reviewer at Tom’s Hardware. Although he loves everything that’s hardware, he has a soft spot for CPUs, GPUs, and RAM.