Dell unleashes its ‘most powerful’ gaming laptop yet in PH

By Edd K. Usman

US tech firm Dell has formally unveiled in the Philippines the Inspiron 15, the “most powerful” in its Inspiron Gaming 7000 laptop series.

Photo shows (from left) Dell PH executives Don Navarro, Alvin Habana, Chris Papa, and Jay Ranola during the launch event in Makati City

Photo shows (from left) Dell PH executives Don Navarro, Alvin Habana, Chris Papa, and Jay Ranola during the launch event in Makati City

Local executives, led by Dell Philippines country manager Chris Papa, unveiled the Inspiron 15 recently in a press briefing in Makati City. Papa said the new laptop model is also targeted at “casual gamers” who could use it for work and playing games.

“We are very excited about this because we are trying to go after a growing segment of casual gamers, meaning they are actually the usual notebook users who use the notebook to probably create data, go into social media, use it in their office, make a presentation and use it for gaming later,” Papa said.

He said the number of casual gamers is growing, not just in the Philippines but also in the region. “With regard to casual gaming, we think they can use this. All they need is just one PC, they don’t have to own two separate PCs,” he added.

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Papa said the Inspiron 15 is “gaming notebook” because of its specifications — from the CPU to the GPU and all of its other components.

Papa cited the notebook’s cooling system, which addresses a major concern among gamers as they tend to play games for long hours. “You need to address a certain level of cooling system to ensure the unit will perform as is regardless of how long a game is using it,” he said.

Because gamers want their laptops to have a great sound system, Papa said the Inspiron gaming model is equipped with a built-in sub-woofer to enhance the background sound of the games being played.

1 Comment

  1. Cecilo Bayang

    December 15, 2016 at 11:16 AM

    Magkano naman kayo to para maka ipon na ako heheheje

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