Dell G15 Gaming Laptop Computer – 15.6″ 165Hz Display, Intel Core i7-13650HX(14 cores), RTX 4060 GPU, 64GB DDR5 RAM, 2TB PCIe SSD, Backlit KB, Wi-Fi 6, Dolby Audio, Windows 11…

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  • 【Elite Gaming Performance】Dell G15 gaming laptop equipped with an Intel Core i7-13650HX processor boasting 14 cores, 24M Cache, and up to 4.90 GHz, paired with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Graphics, the Dell G15 Gaming Laptop delivers unparalleled gaming power. Immerse yourself in the latest titles with exceptional speed and graphics.
  • 【Immersive Visuals, Responsive Display】The 15.6″ 120Hz FHD display, featuring a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and native 1080p support, elevates your gaming and movie-watching experience. Enjoy vivid colors and clarity, enhanced by the energy-efficient LED backlight, ensuring smooth visuals during intense gaming sessions.
  • 【Connectivity Hub】The Dell G15 gaming laptop offers versatile connectivity options, including 3 USB-A 3.2 ports and 1 USB-C 3.2 port. Easily connect your gaming peripherals, external storage, and other devices. With Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, stay connected wirelessly for a clutter-free gaming setup.
  • 【Unrivaled Storage and Memory】Choose the performance that suits your needs with up to 64GB RAM and up to 4TB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD. Benefit from lightning-fast data access, seamless multitasking, and ample storage for your game library, applications, and multimedia content.
  • 【Adaptable to Your Lifestyle】Whether you’re a professional gamer, content creator, or on-the-go enthusiast, the Dell G15 Gaming Laptop adapts to your lifestyle. From intense gaming marathons to demanding productivity tasks, this laptop is built to handle diverse usage scenarios, providing the power and connectivity you need.
Dell G15 Gaming Laptop Computer – 15.6″ 165Hz Display, Intel Core i7-13650HX(14 cores), RTX 4060 GPU, 64GB DDR5 RAM, 2TB PCIe SSD, Backlit KB, Wi-Fi 6, Dolby Audio, Windows 11…
Dell G15 Gaming Laptop Computer – 15.6″ 165Hz Display, Intel Core i7-13650HX(14 cores), RTX 4060 GPU, 64GB DDR5 RAM, 2TB PCIe SSD, Backlit KB, Wi-Fi 6, Dolby Audio, Windows 11…


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Specification: Dell G15 Gaming Laptop Computer – 15.6″ 165Hz Display, Intel Core i7-13650HX(14 cores), RTX 4060 GPU, 64GB DDR5 RAM, 2TB PCIe SSD, Backlit KB, Wi-Fi 6, Dolby Audio, Windows 11…

Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080 Pixels


‎4.9 GHz core_i7


‎32 GB DDR5

Memory Speed

‎3.9 GHz

Hard Drive


Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11ax

Number of USB 3.0 Ports





‎Dell G15

Item model number

‎Dell G15

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Pro

Item Weight

‎6.19 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.07 x 1.06 x 10.8 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.07 x 1.06 x 10.8 inches



Processor Brand


Number of Processors


Computer Memory Type


Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

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3 reviews for Dell G15 Gaming Laptop Computer – 15.6″ 165Hz Display, Intel Core i7-13650HX(14 cores), RTX 4060 GPU, 64GB DDR5 RAM, 2TB PCIe SSD, Backlit KB, Wi-Fi 6, Dolby Audio, Windows 11…

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  1. Peter Belelius

    Replacement for a Win7 laptop, no more Microsoft for me.

    Update 2020 Jan
    Another update note, two items I’ve noticed over time. One, I really miss having a single DELETE key (yeah, I know there’s a shortcut of SEARCH – BACKSPACE but it’s just awkard). Two, the weight of the device can be noticeable if you have to carry it around alot. Still, may be a bit hefty but it gives it a tank quality that you don’t have to feel like you have to be extra careful with it,

    Update 2019 Dec
    After using for about a month, I’ve been more than happy with both the device, performance and reliability. One thing I would strongly recommend is a buying a higher end port replicator if you want to simplify a room to replace a desktop/laptop environment. In my case, I plugged in a bluetooth mouse, a full size USB keyboard, a USB HP printer, two HP HDMI monitors (one using HDMI interface from the CB the other using DVI adapter). Additional devices on bluetooth are Bose wireless headphones and UE Boom wireless speaker. Additional USB connection for 2TBs from a Western Digital MyBook. Performance has been fine, no screen lags with an average of 3-4 tabbed pages running on each external monitor in addition to using the Dell CB screen.
    Wish I had done this sooner …

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  2. Matt Philley

    So on a whim a financially smarter individual would have ignored, I recently purchased the Dell Inspiron 14 2in1 Chromebook. This is my first personal computer in years (not counting a Windows 8 tablet a few years back). This is also my first time experiencing a Chromebook. I’ll be honest here: I had some reservations about buying a Chromebook over Windows or Apple.

    In the end after ready other reviews and watching youtube videos of various offerings I looked at two primary deciding factors: 1. Can I do what I want to do with a Chromebook? and 2. What is it I want to be able to do? I want to get back into writing…Chromebooks lets me use Google Docs. It isn’t Word, but that’s fine. And I wanted to be able to use internet. Chromebooks are primarily web based. And so far it is really responsive and faster than any of my previous computers or even the computers I use at work. Looking at my previous usage of computers I realized that even were I to get a Windows PC or a Macbook, the usage itself would not change drastically. I’d use it for writing and internet.
    I wanted a Chromebook that would have a good screen and build with a backlit keyboard that could function as both a laptop and an oversized tablet for drawing. The Dell Inspiron 14 chromebook fit the bill in regards to those features. So I zeroed in and did my research and bought one.

    Ease of Use

    Setting up this Chromebook was really easy. Finding my wifi password took longer than the overall setup of this computer. After powering it on, basically it just wanted my Google username and password and then it walked me through setting up my internet connection and gave me the option of viewing tutorials or a tour of features.
    The mouse is responsive and has many ease of use gesture options available. The keyboard feels great and I love that it is backlit so that I can work in darker settings.
    There is no sleep option though closing the lid seems to put it to sleep. And shutting down is quick as is starting it up; just takes a few seconds and using the Smart Lock feature I can unlock it with my phone.


    Not much for me to say here. It is solidly built, a little heavier than some of the other Chromebooks I looked at, but is very pleasant looking. It has a microSD slot, two USB-C ports, either one of which can be used for charging the laptop. It has one USB port and place to plug in headphones. The monitor can fold backwards to become a tablet; since it is a bit on the heavy side you will probably want to lay it down on your lap or use it in tent mode. The built in speakers are downward facing but audio is loud and clear. Beneath the computer’s base on the right side is a stylus that works wonderfully; I really liked discovering that my Samsung Note 8’s S-pen works on this screen and this computer’s stylus works on the Note 8.
    There aren’t function keys on the keyboard, at least not labeled though there are shortcuts to them and you can, I believe, change the behavior of the number keys to perform same as function keys.
    As a writer I was surprised at first to find that there is no caps lock key, but I soon learned that ALT + SEARCH key turns on caps and a simple SHIFT press turns it back off.

    Screen and Audio

    The screen is very vivid and bright, full HD. And as I said earlier, despite having the built in speakers under the base of the computer sound is clear and easy to hear.


    All-in-all I am very pleased with this purchase. At $545 at time of purchase it definitely on the more expensive side of Chromebooks. However, this seems justified in excellent build quality; it feels premium to me. If you are looking for a great Chromebook and are not against having much of your work/usage take place online and saved in the cloud, I would definitely recommend this computer.

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  3. Matt Philley

    I’ve been a Chromebook user for years and I’m always surprised that when following and reading about what comes on the market I read so many contradictory opinions which – on both sides – do often not represent the reality. Even the reputed Chromebook reviewers often miss the central point. There’s not much really positive rating of this CB, except from Notebook-check that rates this CB at 87 percent, mentioning it as a Pixel book alternative, which is absolutely right. What’s not to like when it’ a bit ‘heavy’? I love that as it feels VERY strong which I think it is. Greatly it doesn’t take fingerprints and so always remains very clean. It’s plain speedy and snappy too with the i-3 8th gen processor but another perhaps best point is the screen brightness, which I need and like. It has perfect color accuracy. That was the main point I was wanting to find, a good Chromebook with a bright screen. This Chromebook is a complete laptop for an average and yet still professional user. For huge workloads and programmers it might not the right thing with 4 RAM but for me this is the most satisfactory Chromebook I’ve ever had, I much prefer it to my Lenovo Yoga Chromebook. The 4GB is DDR4, so better than the DDR3 and the zram automatically adds 6 GB to the 4 RAM. This software addition on Chrome OS works wonderfully. I honestly think you would need really big tasks to slow it down. When I have 35 tabs open (just to try), nothing goes wrong either.

    Had this Chromebook now for over six months and still love it just the same.. I haven’t had any occasions for snap or stop working. Dell, you have done a great job with this computer.


    Had this Dell Chromebook for almost a year now, and still, there is no other Chromebook that I’d probably prefer, in particular the display is gorgeous, speed is very good … you just can’t get over it that it just has 4GB of RAM. But it works, honestly, very well and speedily.

    For a regular user, with no programming or very heavy stuff, this laptop is a delight and such a beautiful, well constructed machine. It’s a beauty, believe me. No fingerprints.

    tip: Crostini is working well on this CB, but it must be said that this fills up RAM and slows the machine … if not the Dell Inspiron is unbreakable … just saying that if you want a very fluent and consistent experience it’s better not to install Linux … just saying

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