Dell's G5 15 is one of the best entry-level gaming laptops you can find
This Dell G5 15.
And if it looks familiar that's because last year it was named the Inspiron 15 7000 gaming.
It was an excellent entry level gaming value.
And that hasn't changed with the name.
For less than $1000 you'll find it with a mix of hardware inside like an eighth gen Intel Core I5 or I7.
7 processor, and either in video GTX 1050 Ti or 1060 Max-Q graphics card.
And that'll play the latest AAA games at medium to high settings.
You'll find those same parts on competing laptops at this price, but Dell's cooling system is a step up and keeps performance high.
Plus if you wanna get in an upgraded down the road, there's just one **** to remove And you can add up to 32 gigs of memory, and change out its actual drives which includes a spot for a high speed PCIE MVME drive.
The Mac 15.6 inch display suffers from mediocre contrast and brightness.
But at this price, it's actually better than most, and you do get a thunderbolt three USB port that supports a single 5K or dual-K displays.
All this is packed into a slimmish body that weighs six pounds.
So travelling with a capable gaming laptop is better than it used to be, but you'll need to keep the charger handy as its battery reaches just six hours First of all, streaming video.
But great battery life on a gaming laptop isn't really a thing.
And Dell delivers where it counts, keeping this a top pick for entry level gaming.
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