Dell updates its gamer G5 15 model at CES 2020

Dell updates its gamer G5 15 model at CES 2020

Gaming laptops are being taken by the hardware industry and CES 2020 knows about it, which already has important news from Dell.

The Texan manufacturer presented its special edition of the specific video game computer that is named G5 15 SE and that is redesigned in conjunction with Alienware.

This is Dell's first G-series laptop that has a third generation of AMD Ryzen 4000 H-Series mobile processors (this is up to 8 cores and 16 threads), along with the new AMD Radeon RX 5600M GPUs.

These two AMD chips work using AMD SmartShift technology to optimize the performance of the task in question automatically and intelligently by changing the power between the Ryzen processor and the necessary Radeon GPUs, thus streamlining the functions for the players.

The G5 15 SE computer comes with the Game Shift system, which allows quick start of a game-ready configuration for enhanced performance that reduces latency and sharpens images for fast and immersive games. It also comes with the Alienware Command Center, a center to control the peripheral lighting settings in the game, integrating nahimic 3D audio to provide a 360-degree sound experience.



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In your design, this laptop It presents a modern and elegant look, with a silver finish with metallic details. It has a 15.6 FHD display panel, a 144Hz refresh rate, an optional 4-zone RGB keyboard with WASD and an optional 68WHr battery to keep the good times running.

Dell also wants this model to be more accessible for the pocket, and launches it with an initial price of $ 799.99 as of mid-April.

Other Dell presentations

In addition to the redesigned Dell G5 15 SE, the Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor (AW2521HF) was introduced. With the popularity of PC games such as the last Assassin's Creed, players demand more immersive experiences, faster screens and greater responsiveness.

Among its features, an update frequency of 240Hz is twice as fast as the majority of game monitors on the market. It also has AMD FreeSync technology and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility that provides no screen blur. It comes with native FHD resolution, a 24.5 ″ monitor.

This monitor starts at $ 499.99 and will be available starting March 11.