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Dell G7 15 Review
Dell showed off overhauled versions of its G-series gaming laptops at CES 2019. The upcoming G7 15 will be available on Jan. 29 with RTX graphics and an optional 4K display. We expect to publish a full review soon.
Within every goodbye lies the potential for a promising hello. That's the story with Dell's Inspiron Gaming line. The company recently phased out its entry-level gaming-laptop series in favor of something more exciting and powerful, the new G Series brand, including the G7 15 (starting at $849, reviewed at $1,049).
Rocking a sports-car-like design complete with eye-catching color, the G7 looks like nothing Dell's ever made. But beyond the fetching new look, you get loud audio and specs capable of delivering solid midlevel gaming performance. However, a dim display and sluggish hard drive keep the G7 15 from earning a higher rating.
CPU 2.2-GHz Intel Core i7-8750H
Operating System Windows 10 Home
Hard Drive Size 1 TB
Hard Drive Type SATA Hard Drive
Secondary Hard Drive Size 128 GB
Secondary Hard Drive Type SATA Hard Drive
Display Size 15.6
Highest Available Resolution 1920 x 1080
Native Resolution 1920x1080
Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with Max Q, 6GB GDDR5
Video Memory 6 GB
Wi-Fi Model MU-MIMO/160Mhz, 2x2
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0
Touchpad Size 4.1 x 3.1 inches
Ports (excluding USB) Noble Lock
Ports (excluding USB) Headphone/Mic
Ports (excluding USB) HDMI
Ports (excluding USB) Ethernet
Ports (excluding USB) USB 3.1
Ports (excluding USB) Thunderbolt 3
Ports (excluding USB) SD card slot
USB Ports 4
Card Slots SD memory reader
Warranty/Support 1-year warranty
Size 15.3 x 10.8 x 0.9 inches
Weight 6.3 pounds
Not an Inspiron, but nowhere near an Alienware, the G7 has a look all its own that's a breath of fresh air in a sea of black-and-red chassis.
The Alpine White plastic lid with the light-gray hinge is a definite crowd-pleaser. The paint job has a subtle pearlescence that helps to bring out the bright blue Dell emblem in the center.
The rear vent, with its blue highlighting and chrome G7, gives you the sensation that the laptop is about to go racing down the track. A pair of raised, black rubber feet along the bottom allows the hot air to escape.
It would have been nice if Dell had brought that winter white to the system's interior, especially with the blue font on the keyboard. Still, I enjoyed resting my wrists and palms against the cool, black aluminum surface. The bezels surrounding the 15.6-inch display are on the thick side, but I like the shiny Dell logo embedded into the bottom border.
The G7 has a look all its own that's a breath of fresh air in a sea of black-and-red chassis.
At 6.3 pounds, the 15.3 x 10.8 x 0.9-inch G7 is on the heavier side of the spectrum. However, it's slimmer than its competition, including the PowerSpec 1510 (6.5 pounds, 15.3 x 10.8 x 1.3 inches), Acer Predator Helios 300 (5.5 pounds, 15.4 x 10.5 x 1.5 inches) and MSI GV62 8RE (4.9 pounds, 15.1 x 10.2 x 1.1 inches).
The G7 is not bursting with ports, but it definitely has enough slots, jacks and inputs to support a modest gaming battle station.
On the right, you'll find two USB 3.1 ports, a Thunderbolt 3 port, HDMI 2.0 and a headset jack.
There's an additional USB 3.1 port on the left alongside an Ethernet port, a 2-in-1 card reader, a Noble lock slot and the power jack.
If only the G7's 15.6-inch, 1920 x 1080 display were as vibrant and brilliant as the laptop's lid. Where Geralt's bone-white hair usually pops against a jet-black sky in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, those ashen tresses looked rather listless on the G7. And while I could see the sickly pink, glistening skin of the botchling, it took on a ruddy shade of red that concealed some of the bluish veins underneath.
Watching The Hate U Give trailer, details were so sharp that I could see the stitching and mesh in Starr Carter's Jordans although the red was a little darker than expected. The hue was also off at the red light party which made it look like a magenta gathering instead.
We were disappointed to discover that the panel could reproduce 62 percent of the sRGB color gamut, which is well below the 106 percent average for mainstream gaming laptops. The GV62 and Helios did somewhat better, at 72 and 81 percent. The PowerSpec fared the best, with 113 percent.