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Dell pushes Inspirons on gamers

by on15 January 2016

A Dell is not just for business

Grey tin box shifter Michael Dell is trying to convince gamers that its normally dull business machines are exactly the sort of thing they want.

Dell has been pushing its Inspiron 7000 series notebooks as mid-range gaming notebook products in a move to take on rivals Acer, Asustek and MSI. Dell already has its Alienware brand aiming for the top-end gaming market.

Alienware's gaming products are too pricey to compete against the cheaper vendors' mid-range models so Dell has thought that he needed another line for the mid-range gaming market,

The latest Inspiron 14 7000 and Inspiron 15 7000, has a Chipzilla quad-core i7 processor, 1TB hard disc drive, 256GB SSD, 74Whr battery and Nvidia GeForce GTX-level discrete graphics card with 4GB GDDR5 memory. Both notebooks are priced starting $1,195.

The move makes a fair bit of sense. Razer has seen that it has the same problem and has partnered with Lenovo to push its lower-level gaming notebooks.

Last modified on 15 January 2016
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