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Hands-on with Dell's affordable Inspiron 15 7567 gaming laptop

Inspiron 15 7567
Inspiron 15 7567

At CES 2017, Dell had a surprise in store for the budget-conscious gamer, showing off the $799 Inspiron 15 7567. On the show floor, we got a chance to take a look at the affordable powerhouse in the flesh; check it out below:

If you're on a budget but still want to get your hands on a portable gaming rig, the Inspiron 15 7567 offers a pretty compelling choice. Inside, you'll find intel's latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors and NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti graphics. You can also kit the laptop out with up to 32GB of RAM and either an FHD or 4K display. Of course, bumping up the specs will also boost the laptop's quite a bit from its budget-friendly base price.

If you're looking at snagging an Inspiron 15 7567 of your own, it's available to order now directly from Dell starting at $799.

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  • I love the design. Restrained yet interesting.
  • i find it kinda band but the silver section is nice but still better than the legion designs -_- lenovo let me down there.
  • It's an i like / hate it design wise. It's kind of bland but i like the selver accent at the back. I was hoping for at least a TB3 port with USB C or just a regular USB C and maybe even a Fingerprint Sensor option. ill wiat for reviews the legion 520 is ugly but dell did beat it on price.
  • Does this gta 1050 outperform the 970s and such from the alienware laptops if last year?
  • The 1050Ti is better than the 970M but not the desktop 970.
  • Nice design, like the idea of the fans cooling out the side
  • Nice design, good price... It just lack 7559's touchscreen option...
  • Is this VR ready?
  • Real budget gaming would be to just buy an Xbox One. I realize PC gamers want the bleeding edge, but most people just want to play the games they love and can't afford a 4k monitor/TV. And yes, I do understand the importance of PC gaming and how it drives innovation, but it's expensive.
  • Budget gaming on the go...
  • Noted however id buy this because it can game but it will still help me at work running systems, i'm an i.t admin so i need a fast machine that can game but still help me work fast and efficiently but affordably.
    Consoles unfortunately are one trick ponies, upgrades are hard to do. I can always update my laptop without buying another one.
  • can anyone guess when we can buy this laptop from amazon?
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