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Dell Unveils New G Series Gaming Laptops

5 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

You can play games on pretty much every laptop, although this boils down to what kind of games, and how well you can run them. For example a laptop that costs $500 probably won't run the latest and most-demanding games at the best possible settings, at least not compared to one that might cost $2,000. Now Dell has the Alienware brand when it comes to gaming laptops which can be rather costly for some, but the good news is that if you wanted to be able to game but not sell off your kidney in the process, Dell has since announced a new G series of gaming laptops that depending on your...
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