Dell just moved on from their previous budget-oriented Inspiron-branded “Gaming Series” lineup, introducing a new line up of gamer-specific budget laptops. This generation of gaming laptops is called “G” by dell followed by numbers.
The G3, G5, and G7 budget gaming laptops are equipped with Nvidia’s Gtx 1050, 1050Ti, and 1060 Max-Q GPUs, 8th- gen Intel Processors and up to Core i9 series as well in the G5 and G7.
The G7 has an optional 4k display, and a 17-inch version of the G3 is also available. The G5 and G7 have some exceptional networking technology built into them with a backlit keyboard as well.
The G3’s pricing will start at $749 and the G5 being started at $799, and the G7 will cost a fortune of 849$ as a starter. The basic models have slow mechanical hard-drives and limited RAM, but the faster Solid-State drives are available in more expensive options that are G5 and G7.
The specifications are pretty much on par with the current high-end expensive laptops but why is the price reasonable? :
Because of the build quality, Dell managed to tone down the quality of the materials used in the production of the laptop to make it a budget-friendly one without letting down the hardware.
Although there are a lot of good options available at the 999$ mark when it comes to gaming laptops, If you are only locked up at a certain amount and cant go beyond 800 then the ‘G’ series from Dell can be your go-to since these are cheaply built machines. But if you need the absolute most laptop GPU and CPU for your dollar, and build quality isn’t a concern, Dell’s new G series and its “performance-inspired” faux carbon fiber aesthetic might be worth looking into.