Dell announced a new suite of gaming laptops – the Dell G3 15 and Dell G7 15 systems – in conjunction with the screening of Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man and The Wasp” film in Singapore today. The new “Dell G Series”, features a simple design and yet, promises snappy performance at affordable prices. It would complement Dell’s higher tier Alienware laptops, and are suitable for those who eschew flashing RGB gaming laptops. These gaming laptops are equipped with powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series GPUs, 8th Gen Intel® Core processors, thermal management solutions, intelligent content prioritisation software, anti-glare IPS panels, and other complimentary features intended to get gamers fully immersed into their games.
The new Dell G Series
Dell G3 15 (3579)
In a 15-inch form factor, the Dell G3 15 laptop is powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX discrete GPUs from 1050 to 1060 with Max-Q design technology, up to 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 CPUs, dual fans and dual drives with SSD options. Encased in a refined performance inspired design and a silky matte exterior finish, the laptop boasts a slim 22.7mm profile encouraging gaming-on-the-go.The G3 15 is Dell’s thinnest gaming laptop to date and weighs in at 2.53kg. It is available in three colour options of Black, Recon Blue and Alpine White; and prices are from $1,199 to $1,699.
Dell G7 15 (7588)
For those seeking a step-up in performance from the G3 systems, the Dell G7 15 comes in a sleek 25mm thin 15-inch chassis, with powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPUs with Max-Q design technology. The system features 6GB GDDR5 dedicated memory, up to 6-core performance with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processors (with up to Core i7), dual fans, and dual drives with SSD options.
Designed to push heat and noise away from the player, Dell equipped a front air intake and rear exhaust vent keep players cool, and enable longer gameplay. Immersing players deeper into the game, the Dell G7 15 will also offer an optional IPS UHD 4k panel to summon a premium on-screen experience. The Dell G7 15 is available in either Licorice Black or Alpine White; and prices are from $1,699 to $2,199.
Dell Teams Up with Marvel
From Ant-Man’s and The Wasp’s suits to Hank Pym’s Lab, technology plays a lead role throughout the film as Dell teamed up with Marvel Studios. Not only did Dell devices, including the new G series, make several appearances throughout the film, the exciting collaboration extended behind the camera, where Dell hardware played a vital role in creating the visual effects in the film.
“Technology has always been about advancing human progress, and this core belief drives everything that we do,” said Rakesh Mandal, Senior Director & General Manager, Client Solutions, South Asia and Korea, Dell. “This exciting partnership with Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp demonstrates the super powers of technology. It brings to life our goal to empower everyone with the capabilities of Dell devices and technology in pushing boundaries in design and gameplay – be it for gamers, visual effects artists or the average movie-goer.”
Dell Ecosystem Line Up
The Dell PC gaming ecosystem is complete with a line of gaming hardware accessories such as the brand-new Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset and the Dell Visor. The diehards get game-dominating audiophile detail with the Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset. Boost gaming immersion with clear natural and spatial sound, acoustic signature presets and customisable sound profiles, augmented by high-fidelity 40mm Neodymium drivers to deliver deep rich bass and an expansive soundscape. All with 15 hours of battery life and a 40 ft. wireless range. The Dell Visor takes advantage of the same technology used in the Microsoft HoloLens, including inside-out tracking cameras, with a 360 degree panoramic view. The headset itself is able to scan surroundings instead of satellite emitters positioned inside the room. It offers an immersive, life-like, MR experience with high resolution of 1440 x 1440 per eye, dual 2.89” LCD panels and blazing refresh rate of 90Hz. The Controllers allow users total control with haptic feedback, thumb stick and buttons fully tracked by sensors in the headset.