Dell's cheap gaming laptop has power under the hood
This is the Dell Inspiron 15 7000.
It's an ugly, boring laptop with a terrible name.
But for just 800 US dollars, this notebook will play any PC game.
Let that sink in for a second.
Any game you've been dying to play on PC, this computer has enough power to make it happen for $800, $850, if you add the SSD it really needs.
Not so So boring now, eh?
Now with all the time we didn't just waste rattling off a long list of specs in a feeble attempt to explain why you'd care about a chunky PC, we're gonna show you exactly what this sucker is capable of instead.
Where that air ships going.
Let's go, let's go.
There's my gun.
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