Dell used to keep the gaming portfolio strictly at Alienware, but with the likes of HP and Acer all looking to offer consumers more affordable range and remover the stigma of exclusivity, Dell has now included Inspiron into the mix.
The new Inspiron 15 7000 gaming laptop announced at IFA offers NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 discrete graphics and NVIDIA Max Q Design technology with 7th Gen Intel quad core CPU options and dual fans to keep the system cool and quite. The screen sports an Anti-glare IPS wide viewing angle with FHD or 4K UHD display options with Waves MaxxAudio Pro software for audio. The laptop’s comes with the new 2×2 WiFi antenna design and has a quick-charge battery that can gets up to 80% capacity within an hour. Thunderbolt 3 multi-use port connects multiple devices to the laptop with transfers up to 40Gbps. Dell has set the price range below the US$1k mark while the 4k config will be US$1.4k.
Inspiron Gaming Desktop
Expanding the series, there’ also the Inspiron Gaming Desktop, which debuted this past May, now offers a clear side panel option to showcase the system’s internal components bathed in Polar Blue LED lighting. The desktop features the latest AMD multicore Ryzen processors with SenseMI, Ready for VR configs with AMD or NVIDIA discrete graphics cards, support for dual graphics, Waves MaxxAudio Pro with Performance 7.1 Channel HD audio, high-capacity hard drives with SSD and dual-drive options, plus up to five bays for storage upgrades. The prices starts at US$599 without a clear panel and the clear panel version launches in September starting at US$649.