At CES this week, Dell has introduced two new additions to its line of gaming laptops. The Dell Inspiron 14 7000 and the Inspiron 15 700. Both PCs are powerful, sub 1 inch thick devices with the latest hardware running Windows 10. Hailed as the most powerful Inspiron laptops ever, these devices certainly pack very beefy and capable hardware inside – at least on paper.
Powering them is a choice of a 7th Gen Intel Core i5 processor or an i7 processor, paired with 4GB of GDDR5 RAM along with NVIDIA’s GRX 1050 and 1050Ti graphics cards.
Dell points out the new and improved heating systems in both devices, noting that the “extra capacity heat exchangers connected by oversized piping to dual cooling fans with high-efficiency blade pitch [were] engineered specifically to handle Intel’s latest 7th Gen H-series quad-core mobile CPUs”
Aside from that, both devices pack up to 1TB* Hard DDD support with the option for a dual-drive M.2 128GB with a 1 TB HDD configuration. The displays are both pixel [acked, with the 15 coming with a 4K Ultra HD display out of the box and the 14 packing fewer pixels at just 1080p (FHD).
The devices ship Windows 10 out of the box, but should that not be to your taste Ubuntu is available in some selected countries.
Dell’s Inspiron 7000 start from $799 and will go on sale starting from the 5th of January 2017.