Dell announces three new affordable G-series gaming laptops with NVIDIA RTX 20-Series GPU

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Dell has unveiled three new PCs for gaming with the G5 15, G7 15 and G7 17 gaming laptops. These new PCS are more or less the same in terms of specs but come in different chassis and scale to different upper limits. Let’s start with what divides them.
The Dell G5 15 and G5 15 SE lead the pack with relatively compact 15.6-inch displays packed into sleek, relatively portable bodies. The SE model packs the same specs as the regular model with two differences. The first difference appears to be the presence of a clear panel at the bottom of the design, which exists to let users see the fans in the thermal system. The second is the colour schemes, while the regular G5 15 comes in ‘Deep Space Black’, the SE will ship with ‘Alpine White’ which works well with its transparent bottom. Both PCs start at $999.

The Dell G7 15 starts at $1,099 and comes with a slicker design than the G5 series. It is 19.9mm thin which Dell says is their thinnest G-Series laptop yet. Finally, the Dell G7 17 rounds out the pack with a massive 17.3-inch display.

Otherwise, all three PCs are similarly specced. You’ll find wide-angled Full HD displays with anti-glare protection and an optional 144hz refresh rate on all of them. If you want OLED instead, all these devices have it, paired with QHD — available in late April.

They’ll all ship with Intel 8th generation processors, with the G5 PCs ranging from the i5 to i7 processors, while the G7 processors go all the way to the Intel i9 family. All ship with optional RGB keyboards and they all come with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20-Series and up to 8GB GDDR6 RAM.
Dell will be making these PCs available from the 21st of January, aside from the OLED models which (as we said above) will be shipping in late April.

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