Dell revealed its new range of entry-level gaming PCs. Dubbed as the Dell G Series, the company claims it to be its most “affordable” gaming range to date. The Dell G3 15 and 17 as well as the Dell G5 15 and G7 15 are the four laptops that form the Dell G Series range. They come equipped with 8th generation Intel Core processors and Nvidia GeForce GTX 10-series GPUs. Speaking of which, they ship with GPUs sporting Max-Q design technology, options for dual SSDs, slim profiles, and upto 4K (3840×2160) displays.
Dell G3 15 and 17 specifications
As their names suggest, these two laptops come with 15 and 17-inch displays. In terms of GPUs, they’re powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 up to 1060 Max-Q discrete GPUs. Processor options go upto 8th generation Intel Core i7 CPUs. Dell claims the G3 15 is its thinnest laptop to date and has three colour options. These are Black, Recon Blue, and Alpine White. The Dell G3 17 comes in two colour options, Black and Recon Blue.
Dell G5 15 and G7 15 specifications
Both these laptops feature Nvidia GTX 1060 GPUs with Max-Q designs with processors upto the 8th generation Intel Core i7 on the G5 and Core i9 on the G7. Dual fans and dual drives with SSD options are also a part of their configuration. There’s an optional 4K (3840×2160) display for the G7 15. The Dell G5 15 is available in either Standard Black or Beijing Red flavors, and Dell G7 15 is available in either Standard Black or Alpine White
Dell G3 15 and 17, Dell G5 and G7 15 price and availability
While Dell is yet to reveal the India price and availability of these machines the company has said the Dell G7 15 is “available now in US, China, and Europe” via its website and BestBuy in the US with a starting price of $850 (around Rs. 55,300). As for the Dell G3 15 and 17, they would be available globally from April 16 starting $750 (approximately Rs. 49,000) and $800 (roughly Rs. 52,000). As for the Dell G5 15, it’s available from April 16 from $850 (around Rs. 55,300).
It will be interesting to see what pricing Dell has for the G series in India. More so when you consider how cost prohibitive it is to assemble a gaming PC right now.