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Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Laptop £989.95 John Lewis

£989.95 @ John Lewis
Cheapest price I have seen for this laptop at under £1k and for the spec it seems a decent price. Also you get a 2 year warranty with John Lewis. Specs are: Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 25… Read More
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2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago
Cheapest price I have seen for this laptop at under £1k and for the spec it seems a decent price. Also you get a 2 year warranty with John Lewis.

Specs are:

Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti

Feel free to add anything I have missed mods :)
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2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago
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Morons at Dell put an appalling TN screen in an otherwise nice gaming laptop.
#2
Not just Dell. Screen quality seems to be blighting many of the latest crop of 'budget', 1050 gaming laptops.
My two year old Asus N551, that I paid a measly £560 for, has a beautifully bright 1080p matte screen. Much as I might want a better GPU, I'm not shelling out serious cash to get a screen that's inferior to what I have now.

Edited By: Joe90_guy on Mar 17, 2017 07:58: Typo
#3
What a waste
#4
Rather have a low res screen than high at the moment. A lot of poorly developed games/programs have terrible scaling issues.
#5
heat, good price
#6
ukting
Rather have a low res screen than high at the moment. A lot of poorly developed games/programs have terrible scaling issues.

Ludicrous talk.
You know you can run games at a lower resolution right?
#7
The display is the only let down, good specs for the price
#8
ukting
Rather have a low res screen than high at the moment. A lot of poorly developed games/programs have terrible scaling issues.


And will you personally come re-write windowed games like Runescape to run optimally on a hi-dpi screen?

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