Dell Launches G16 Gaming Laptop With a 12th-gen Intel CPU and NVIDIA RTX Graphics

Dell is a company that focuses on gaming products and peripherals. Today, this company launches a new gaming laptop that has some incredible features, including 480Hz displays, a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, G-Sync compatibility, and a modest 300 nits of peak brightness.

The 16:10 aspect ratio will make the image or video fit perfectly in a 15-inch chassis, which is 11 percent more screen space larger than the G15. This laptop is powered by Intel’s 12th-generation Core i7 12700H processor. The 14-core, 20-thread chip features a maximum boost clock of 4.70GHz. The G16 can be upgraded up to 16GB of 4,800MHz DDR5 RAM. The storage starts at 512GB via a Class 35 M.2 NVMe, and users can be upgraded up to 2TB of total storage.

The RTX 3050 Ti with 4GB of GDDR6 with TDP 90 watts can support the laptop for more gaming performance, and you can choose other option with the 3070 Ti, as well. The 3070 Ti model will have 8GB of GDDR6 with TDP 140W, and the QHD display will produce a great image and video quality. The G16 comes with a Thunderbolt 4 port, which means you can boost the graphic with an external VGA card. There are some ports, including an HDMI 2.1, three USB-A connections, a headphone jack, and an Ethernet port. The WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity also support the laptop to get a faster connection. The G16 will have a 56WHr or 86WHr battery.

By default, the laptop comes with a one-zone RGB keyboard, but you can upgrade with a model with per-key lighting, with the option to add CherryMX switches as well. The Dell 16 will start price at $1,400 and start shipping on July 20th.

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