Dell Wants to Show off Its Inspiron 7567, as a Good Choice for Entry Level Gaming

Right off the bat, speaking about the entry-level version of the Inspiron 15 7000 gaming laptop from Dell, we are talking about a relatively good display, and a winner in performance for the price. On the other hand, specifically considering the Inspiron 15 7657 rig, featuring both Intel Core, and Nvidia GeForce, there is a lot more excitement to take away. Because most gaming laptops follow the outstandingly flashy design, with loud speakers, a rather heavy hold, and an even heavier price tag, it’s always refreshing to find companies like Dell, following suit in gaming, but in a different price range completely.

The Inspiron 7567 has an MSRP of $849. So, not to burst any bubbles, but it’s all about how you rig this machine for your taste. For example, the Inspiron 15 7000 (7567) gaming laptop, built for 2017, has been surprising consumers with its remarkable power and lower cost. Its affordability is something to take seriously, because both a 1080p smooth performance and a great 10+ hour battery life may make this the rig to consider- especially thinking about how most other gaming laptops are a two thousand dollar commitment. Additionally, this laptop won’t come with that gratuitous flashy design a lot of true gaming companies (ASUS, Alienware, Razer) consider as the essential external element. Instead, the Inspiron 15 7657 will compete with the likes of others within its range, such as the Acer Aspire VX5-591G, Lenovo’s Legion Y520, or even Samsung’s Odyssey NP899G5, by examining similar hardware.

Inspiron’s new internals include both the Intel Core i5-7300HQ CPU processor (outdated), and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 graphics with Max Q technology. One thing that has not changed include its storage options, including its 1TB of HDD, a 512GB SSD and/or dual-drive option with 1TB HDD and a 256GB SSD. Because the previously mentioned competition feature the same GeForce GTX GPUs, the higher-end Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor could make all the difference if you’re into higher configurations. Luckily, pretty much everything going against Dell’s raw processing power has options. This includes 16GB of RAM, a 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD, and a higher-end GeForce GTX 1050Ti GPU. If you want this, around $1,200 can get you there.

Right onto visual exterior, Inspiron’s new gaming laptop features a 15.6-inch FHD 1920 x 1080p display. It also includes an upgrade to an UHD 3480 x 2160 IPS anti-glare LCD screen, of course in correlation to the option of running the higher-end Core i7 module. Alongside, the Inspiron 15 7567 features 32GB of 2400MHz of RAM, and a (smaller) 56 Watt-hour battery.

Since we are comparing, this laptop has a ton of the same specs as the machine before it, the Inspiron 15 7000, yet it’s vital to understand the ups and downs of what Dell decided upon this time around. Dell reports that this new battery may still hold 7 hours of play time, under ideal conditions.This may not be the 11 hours prior, but, like its more powerful sibling, this Inspiron model also has a 1x1 Intel Dual Band Wireless AC module, with Bluetooth 4.2 alongside. All-in-all, this is surely a step in the right direction for Dell, especially as it was built in response to the criticism provided regarding the previous model. Because it is so budget-friendly, things gamers like the most, like beautimous display, was something that needed to be altered this time around, and Dell hopes to deliver.

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