Dell G7 Gaming Laptops Get Thinner And Get 10th Generation Intel Processors

Dell G7 Gaming Laptops Get Thinner And Get 10th Generation Intel Processors

The Dell G7, the company’s most low-cost gaming laptop, will receive a new design and will be equipped with 10th generation Intel Core processors. The model will be presented in both 15-inch and 17-inch versions. The starting price for both options starts at $ 1,429, with the 17-inch model on sale today and the 15-inch on June 29.

The Dell G7 tried to reduce the thickness of the laptop by moving a number of key ports to the rear panel. This is somewhat reminiscent of previous generation Alienware solutions. The Dell G7 15 is 18.3 mm thick and comes in a “mineral black color”, as Dell calls it, with silver accents. An optional four-zone RGB keyboard backlight is available. There is also a backlight on the laptop case, which can be configured in the Alienware Command Center software.

The range of processors installed in the Dell G7 laptop starts with the quad-core Intel Core i5-10300H and ends with the eight-core Core i9-10885H. Discrete graphics cards range from NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti to RTX 2070 Max-Q in G7 15 and to GeForce RTX 2070 Super in G7 17. Ceiling for the amount of installed RAM – 16 GB (DDR4-2933). It is possible to install a solid-state drive up to 1 TB M.2 PCIe. Both laptop versions support 802.11ac wireless networks using the Intel AX201 adapter or Killer Wireless 1650 2×2 AC (optional).

According to the manufacturer, laptop displays have narrow frames on both sides. The screen resolution is 1080p and the refresh rate is 144 Hz (with the 300 Hz option on both 15-inch and 17-inch models). For Dell G7 15 there is also the opportunity to order a version with an OLED panel with a resolution of 4K and a frequency of 60 Hz.

The overall dimensions of the Dell G7 15 are 357.2 × 267.7 × 18.3 mm, the Dell G7 17 is 398.2 × 290 × 19.3 mm. In the first case, you can order a version with 56 Wh · h or 86 Wh · rechargeable battery, in the second – 56 or 97 Wh · h.

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