The truth is, if you are going to spend this much money on a laptop, it may as well be damn perfect. If you are a gamer, it might not be suitable because its not native 1080p, depending on driver support and whatever processing is going on to downscale the resolution. If you are a photographer, this may well be an excellent device. Check reviews for the build quality, cooling and performance first though if you are considering buying.
I'm glad some people can see beyond their own narrow needs and recognised a good deal. I got this Dell to run Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere, OBS recording and streaming and other broadcast/multimedia where 4K is standard (if not a minimum). If anyone has a better price on a 4K hex-core i7 1060+ laptop, please share it.
Completely agree with HOTPOT. Depending on your needs , if this is ment to be for high FPS gaming then yes refresh rate is important and you probably could get a better example of 120hz panel from gaming laptop. But for UHD video and profesisional photography 100%sRGB panel that goes with it is aboslutely amazing! Very hot deal !!!
Yes, indeed. But as an old non-gamer, all that pixel maths has been an education for me. XD Compared to the Asus post which is approaching +50 degrees, this Dell for an extra £70 has *16GB RAM :Asus=8GB 512GB SSD :Asus=256GB IPS4K Scrn:Asus=IPSFHD Don't get why this is so cold. As I said, not a gamer, but I would have thought someone doing cad or similar, can use all that ooomph in the i7 and benefit from the 4k display.
I agree with you hugekebab, reading the posts on redit. Seems like a problem Nvidia and AMD have created, that didn't need creating. I wonder if the problem exists if you set your Windows resolution to 1080P before entering a game?