Dell announced a number of new gaming PCs and peripherals today, including an RGB keyboard, a curved monitor, and even a desktop. But the highlight is the G7, Dell’s newest midrange gaming laptop. The G7 will come in two sizes: 15 inches and 17 inches.
The laptop has received a stylish new redesign from previous G7 models. It’s noticeably slimmer, there’s a neatly colored LED on the front of the deck, and the bezels have shrunk (from 9.9mm to 6.5mm on the G7 15 and to 8.16mm on the G7 17). It’s a cool-looking laptop, and it certainly has more of a premium feel than last year’s configuration.
The Dell G7 15 has a new look. Image: Dell
In terms of specs, the systems offer 10th Gen Intel CPUs up to an i9, along with Nvidia GeForce GPUs up to an RTX 2070 Max-Q on the G7 15 and a 2070 Super on the G7 17.
Like last year’s G7, this one has a four-zone RGB keyboard. There’s a dedicated “game shift” macro key that boosts the fans into what Dell calls “dynamic performance mode” for demanding periods of gaming.
The G7 17 is available now starting at $1,429, while the G7 15 is coming on June 29th, also starting at $1,429.