A bold act from Dell in making a power beast laptop which is a success for making its way in the top 10 best gaming laptop.
The Dell 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop offers multi-tasking processing: With 6th Gen Intel i5 Quad-Core processors, you’ll have all the power you need to enjoy both gaming and entertainment. Stream and re-stream videos: The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M is your performance-class graphics card with 4GB GDDR5 discrete memory. This graphics powerhouse gives you high frame-per-second rates in games and accelerates video editing and transcoding.
Solid-State Drive (SSD): Solid-state drives are similar to the flash-based memory that you find in USB memory devices and have no moving parts, making them more secure and less prone to failure than standard hard drives. SSDs also pull your data from the drive faster and outperform 10,000 rpm Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) in read/write speeds, meaning you’ll also get faster load times on game maps and other information that’s stored on your device.
The revolutionary thermal cooling design was built to handle our highest-performance processors and graphics. The two cooling fans, three exhausts and large vents with 240 thermal fins all work together so you can experience uninterrupted gaming and smooth streaming, all while your system and palm rest stay cool.
Get the best front-of-screen experience with a FHD anti-glare IPS wide angle display (1920×1080). Immerse yourself in superior sound with Waves MaxxAudio Pro. The studio-quality processing software enhances your listening experience, and partnered with Dell-designed performance speakers and a built-in subwoofer, you get to hear every detail. Marathon battery life: With a 6-cell 74Whr battery, expect 10+ hours of battery life to power your favorite games and videos without interruption. Combined with a 1” thin design and strong performance, this laptop makes it easy to take it all with you.
Before buying this product, consider some of customer’s concern that it has some bleeding of backlight in the display screen. Upgrading the SSD is not easy and the graphics could have been more powerful.