This is how the Dell G3 and G7 deliver gaming exhilara on without breaking the bank
You thought you couldn‘t get recordbreaking performance without breaking the bank. You thought wrong.
With its new G-series of gaming laptops, Dell wants you to know you can get aggressively powerful performance at boldly economical prices. The G3 and G7 are priced for savings but don’t save on power. The 15” laptops ship with impressive specs: NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics, the latest 8th generation Intel Core processors, and SmartByte technology, so gamers on a budget can still play with punch.
The G3 offers the most brawn for the buck, while the G7 has muscular upgrades for bigger budgets. Find out which one is for you.
Economy of strength with the Dell G3
The Dell G3, like the G7, comes with 8th generation Intel quad- and hex-core processors for responsive computing. Whether you’re gaming or calculating spreadsheets, those cores of capability will help you get things done.
Both the G3 and G7 pack formidable NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series discrete graphics (up to 1060 with Max-Q design). Discrete graphics are more capable than integrated graphics, and the GeForce GTX 10 Series can power higher game settings with vivid detail and smooth framerates.
The G3 and G7 also comes with intelligent networking. SmartByte software prioritizes videos over other content, so you can enjoy smooth video without buffering. Those videos will look especially expressive, thanks to the 15” FHD anti-glare display, which features a wideviewing angle and in-plane switching.
Plus, there’s an option for Intel Optane Memory that’s exclusive to the Dell Exclusive Store at Plaza Singapura.
Bolder performance with the Dell G7
The Dell G7 is the beeer machine for the bigger budget. It packs everything the G3 offers, like dual fans, improved wireless, Waves MaxxAudio Pro, and adds more. The G7’s keyboard is crafted for critical competitors. It has multiple layers of reinforcement and 1.4mm of travel. You can opt to equip the WASD keys in brilliant blue backlighting.
Besides fully featured specs, you also get fully featured connectivity. A full-sized HDMI 2.0 port plugs into external monitors at up to 4K resolution. If you’re into the future, the G7’s USB type-C port supports DisplayPort, Power Delivery, and Thunderbolt 3 transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps. That can run a single 5K display or dual 4K displays.
And if you ever want to boost your machine later, you can do that too. The G7 has a single-screw bay door that can be released by taking out a single screw, so you can modify the components whenever you want.