Welcome the ‘dream toy’ laptop of casual gamers
There’s finally a gaming notebook that won’t break the bank.
Dell Phils. recently launched the new Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming laptop, the notebook designed specifically to give the ultimate gaming experience that meets the demands of discriminating casual gamers.
Designed by the award-winning Dell Technologies, the Inspiron 15 Gaming is the casual gamer’s dream toy—it runs on a powerful quad core processors from Intel, discrete graphics, and a deep-reserve battery.
“We are moving from mobile gaming to desktop. But since you can’t bring your gaming console anywhere you go, we thought of coming up with a notebook designed for gaming but something you can still use for office or school work,” said Christopher Papa, Dell Phils. country manager.
Inspiron 15 has a dedicated forward and rearward thermal outlets, a unique cooling technology to get you through that game without worrying about your unit overheating. It also has extra capacity heat exchangers connected by oversized piping to dual cooling fans. There is high-efficiency blade engineered to handle the powerful combination of Intel’s 6 quad core mobile CPUs and NVIDIA’s GetForce GTX 960M discrete graphics with 4 GB GDDRS memory.
What does that mean? High frame-per-second rates in games and immersive experience while playing. The 6-cell 74WHr battery is enough to last for 13.5 hours.
Not only that, the new Inspiron 15 is packed with an audio system that will make you feel you’re truly a part of the game. It has two tuned speakers plus one subwoofer unique to the unit designed by Waves MaxxAudioPro, a soundstage that adds immersive dimensionality to music and videos. After all, it really is all about the bass.
To help those who like to keep several windows open at the same time, there’s the 16 GB of memory that enables the laptop to remain quick and responsive. No bog down and crashes for this one, even while you’re playing at the same time.
Store your content into its fast hard drive of up to 1 TB conventional or dual drive config with M.2 128 GB SSD plus 1 TB conventional HDD. You can even connect it to an external monitor of big screen TV via its HDMI 2.0 and view content in stunning detail with its UHD/2160 resolution.
The new Inspiron 15 Gaming notebook itself provides the best front-of-screen experience with a Truelife Ultra HD – 4K resolution or FHD antiglare displays.
“What’s different about this gaming notebook is that it doesn’t look like a spaceship. It still looks like your regular laptop except that there’s an extra space for the cooling system. Starting at P49,990, this is a steal compared to gaming units that go for P100,000 or even P200,000. We’re making gaming notebooks more accessible to the casual gamers,” said Alvin Miguel Habana, Dell Phils. brand manager for consumer.
Habana also said one of the best deals when purchasing a Dell product is its after-sales service.
“All you need to do is dial the hotline so that we can give you the diagnostic for your unit, then we will go to you instead of you coming to us. This onsite service makes it even more convenient to own a Dell,” Habana said.
Dell Premium Support key service offerings include: 24×7 support access by phone or online: onsite service after remote diagnosis within 1-2 business days; single resource for hardware and software expertise; proactive resolution of issues automatically detected by SupportAssist technology; comprehensive software support and collaborative assistance for preinstalled software titles like Microsoft Office, Explorer, Outlook, and more; help and “how-to” for network connectivity, printer setup, backup, antivirus setup, operating system upgrades.
“Based on studies, casual gaming is growing 15 percent annually. You need to create a new set of market identifying them based on trend, customer preferences, and their gaming experience,” Papa said.
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