2019 Dell XPS 15 7590 Review



Lisa Gade reviews the 2019 Dell XPS 15, model 7590, with Intel 9th gen processors, NVIDIA GTX 1650 graphics and OLED display option. Thanks to our sponsor, Skinit, check them out: . Use promo Code: lisa25 for 25% off your order. (excludes Apple Watch Bands, Folio Cases, e-cards, gift cards & shipping. Expires 8/31/19). The XPS 15’s casing remains the same as last gen, with a few tweaks to cooling and the webcam has moved up top above the display. We have the 4K UHD OLED display, which is new for 2019.
The XPS 15 is a pro apps slim and light laptop that can handle mobile workstation duties (and a little bit of gaming). It has an aluminum unibody design with a carbon fiber keyboard deck, a backlit keyboard, Microsoft Precision trackpad, WiFi 6 and Thunderbolt 3. It competes with the 15” Macbook Pro, Razer Blade 15” and somewhat with thin and light gaming laptops. It’s available with Core i5, i7 and i9 45 watt CPUs.
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49 thoughts on “2019 Dell XPS 15 7590 Review

  1. My Dell XPS that I bought in March, 2019 is still sitting unused in my basement. Failed SD card. Failed mainboard. Failed fingerprint reader. Do not buy.

  2. May I ask for your recommendation for a 2 in 1 convertible laptop for scientific modelling , simulation building and note taking? A good performing laptop would be appreciated on grounds of future-proofing.

  3. How would this handle simulation and CAD usage for an engineering student? Apparently laptops are generally good enough to get by, I know SolidWorks is better on a massive workstation!

  4. Dell XPS 15-Laptop trash. An engineering lemon riddled with hardware issues that cannot be fixed. I bought an XPS 15 in March and to this day have not been able to use it for work. Issue one, failed SD Card reader. 20 hours of my time diagnosing with Inept repair teams, they issued and RMA. Shipped it to Dell RMA center. A month later, I get it back. They replaced the memory board a long with all updates and bios. My XPS was sent back with a fail d fingerprint reader and a cooling fan that runs on high constantly. Another twenty hours of my time spent working with overseas technicians who clearly do not speak the US version of English. Now they want to send a technician out to waste more of my time.

    Never again Dell products of any kind. Not For business. Not For business recommendations.

    I am waiting for Tuesday when their business center opens up and I can demand a full refund. To be fair, I should charge Dell $175/hr for my time spent baby sitting on the phone training their techs.

    Dell is the poster child of a mature US company with terrible engineering and fails outsourcing support.

  5. I like your reviews but gosh take a breath. That time people wanted fast youtube speakers is gone, take a look at marques houston, a guy we can understand.

  6. I put an order for this laptop with the i7, 16gb RAM and 512GB SSD with 4k oled screen for college. I'm feeling optimistic for this to serve me well since I'm not gonna do much gaming on it and mostly college stuff and casual streaming. I have my gaming PC for the heavy gaming and stuff. Thank you always for you excellent work Lisa.

  7. Hi, could you if possible can review Dell New Inspiron 13 5390 Laptop, (8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8565U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.6 GHz) and Lenovo IDEAPAD S540 (14, INTEL), I7 model ?

  8. I've had it with my 2018 MacBook Pro's keyboard and am prepping to sell it and get a new laptop. Right now I'm tearing my hair out between Lenovo and Dell, focusing on keyboard for obvious reasons, and your reviews are absolutely positively invaluable. Thank you!

  9. Word of caution. 7590 and Precision 5540 (same platform) have HBR2 and NOT HBR3 Thunderbolt. This results in laptop being unable to support 2 x 4k@60Hz, only 2 x 4k@30Hz with a TB dock, such as WD19TB.

  10. I went through 3 or 4 Dell XPS machines at work and they all died. Also the 'carbon fibre' plastic has an unpleasant sort of greasy texture that I could never get used to. I'll never give a penny of my own money to Dell.

  11. I'm planning on getting the xps oled 4k version, but worried about screen burn in. I tried looking online but cant seem to find anything on people doing test on this issue. What would you say, is burning an issue, have you done any tests. I plan to use the laptop for some light video editing and mainly using Microsoft office, total usage hour of about 6/7 hours a day.

  12. Couldn't understand half of what you were saying about the XPS 15 a bit too technical, but…… we have a number of Video 8 cassettes which we'd like to transfer to dvd before they become unviewable. As complete novices re. editing would the XPS 15 be a good choice, with or without the OLED screen? Thanks.

  13. I wish they'd add one or two more USB As, a bigger trackpad, and have some AMD options (at least for the CPU).
    Thank goodness they've eventually fixed the webcam position though. That they don't solder everything down and offer a 1080p MATTE display is fantastic and the 97Wh battery still makes it one of the best, if not only one in its class.

  14. Thanks Lisa! I was waiting for your review before pulling the trigger. I’m going with the Vostro 15 7590: same specs, uglier chassi, lots cheaper 🙂

  15. Love your videos Lisa. Do you know why the wifi card is named 'Killer'? I can give you the answer, the real one that is.

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