Reviewing Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming
Almost a great all-rounder, this gamer-focused laptop has a fast-response screen and a GTX 1050 Ti graphics card for great 1080p performance. It’s just a shame about the screen’s viewing angles and colours. Here’s our Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming review
DELL INSPIRON 15 7000 GAMING REVIEW
The Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming is a mid-price gaming laptop. It doesn’t offer the most powerful graphics processors around, but does have enough grunt to work as your main PC and play almost any game at 1080p with the visuals set to ‘medium’ or ‘high’.
It covers all bases, with remarkably good battery life a highlight that alternatives just don’t get close to. There’s one potentially fatal flaw: most versions of the Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming have a poor quality screen.
DELL INSPIRON 15 GAMING REVIEW: PRICE
You can buy the Inspiron 15 7567 Gaming for at £899 from Dell (or $799 in the US). That gets you an Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU, a quad-core Intel Core i5 Kaby Lake CPU, a 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM. (In the US version, you get a 1TB hard drive instead of the SSD.)
For an extra £200 – that’s £1099 – you get the Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming we’re reviewing. It has a 1TB hard drive plus a 256GB SSD, a Kaby Lake Core i7 CPU and a more powerful GTX 1050 Ti graphics chipset.
Right at the top of the range is the £1299 spec. It has a 512GB SSD and a radically more advanced screen. Not only is it a 4K panel, it uses better IPS tech too.
As standard these laptops come with a one-year collect and return warranty. You can upgrade to a better ‘onsite’ warranty for £68 if you buy from Dell direct, and extend that cover to up to four years. This full-fat cover costs up to £232.
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DELL INSPIRON 15 GAMING REVIEW: DESIGN
Gaming laptops from Asus, MSI and Acer often have colourful keyboard backlights and great big light-up designs on their lids. They don’t want to hide their gamer chops.