Hands-On With The Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Notebook at CES 2017
The Inspiron 7000 Gaming series represents Dell’s mobile mainstream gaming vision, positioned as an affordable alternative to its high-end Alienware
The Inspiron 15 Gaming jumps full-bore into the gaming aesthetic. Unlike its relatively incognito predecessor, this year’s model flashes aggressive lines and bold colors. This includes trading white-backlit keys for ones with an ominous red glow.
Display options are certain to please as well. Dell offers two choices of 1080p IPS panel - either anti-glare or Truelife - as well as a 4K anti-glare screen. These can be outfitted on either the 14-inch or 15.6-inch versions, no problem.
Not everything is about looks, though, so Dell also refreshed the interior with a dash of
There is also plenty of space inside this machine for memory. It can be configured with between 4GB and 16GB of RAM from the factory, but does support up to 32GB for future upgrades. Similarly, storage options range up to a 1TB HDD or a 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD to satisfy your need for speed.
The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Notebook is available now from $799.