Game Shift enables max fan speed
In its G Series family of gaming laptops for budget-conscious and entry-level players, Dell’s G3 15 features Game Shift, which enables maximum fan speed for optimal processor performance during periods of intense gaming with the click of one button. The 15-inch G3 also shows its outward innovations through a thin and sleek design, narrow borders, optional 144Hz gaming display, 4-zone RGB backlit keyboard and a new S-curve design to accommodate larger component ports near the back.
The 9th Gen Intel Core mobile CPUs offer desktop-calibre performance to gaming and creator laptops, delivering up to 5.0 GHz Turbo, 8 cores, and 16 threads, on a platform that handles anyything from demanding AAA games to taxing creative workloads like editing and rendering. Complementing this is NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphic cards, built with the graphics performance of award-winning NVIDIA Turing architecture, “a blazing -fast supercharger for today’s most popular games”.
Available on GeForce GTX 1660Ti and RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 graphics options, HyperEfficient VR technology delivers up to 8-phase graphics voltage regulation and 6-phase processor voltage regulation for longer sustained high-performance.
Dell G7 17” and Alienware m17 will be first to offer next generation Eyesafe display optimised to reduce blue light exposure. This display option will be added to the Alienware Area-51m in June; Dell plans to expand Eyesafe display across the entire Alienware portfolio in coming months.
Eyesafe reduces high energy blue light emissions while maintaining colour accuracy. With many gamers engaging in extended screen time, this added functionality intelligently manages light energy at the source, selectively reducing potentially damaging blue light and dispersing it across the light spectrum. Prolonged exposure to blue light from a typical display may have health impacts that can lead to dry, irritated eyes, trouble sleeping, blurred vision reduced attention span and concentration1.