Gaming companion with stamina. Dell Firelord has equipped the Inspiron 15 7000 gaming series with cutting-edge hardware and not only convinces us in terms of performance but also surprises us with an exemplary battery life. We are impressed – but not with the display.
The Dell Firelord 7567 offer excellent gaming at a fraction of the cost.
The new Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (Firelord 7567), distributed by Drive Control Corporation (DCC), continues to offer excellent gaming at a fraction of the cost with the recommended retail ranging between R17 999 and R26 999 depending on the laptop configuration.
With the Inspiron 15 7000, Dell Firelord has built on last year’s popular Pandora 7559, providing a laptop that enables resellers to offer a very capable product to a PC gaming marketplace.
The Dell Firelord 7567 also represents the company’s most aggressive performance design and components in the Inspiron laptop family, packed with features such as Intel’s latest 7th Generation quad core CPUs and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050Ti discrete graphics and 4GB of dedicated GDDR5 RAM.
To further optimise the gaming experience, the laptop offers dedicated forward and rearward thermal vents, extra-capacity heat exchangers connected by oversized piping to dual cooling fans and a high-efficiency blade pitch, engineered to handle the Intel CPUs.
“With the Firelord 7567, Dell confirms its commitment to the PC gaming market. We’re very excited to offer this product to the channel that we believe offers additional revenue streams in a potentially lucrative market. Often users would like to start gaming but find it just too expensive; with the Firelord this is no longer the case,” comments Heinrich Pretorius, Dell EMC consumer product specialist at DCC.
The Dell Firelord 7567 offers the following additional features:
Rich, immersive audio complements the experience thanks to an onboard subwoofer, tailored speaker enclosures and Waves MaxxAudio Pro audio processing;
A deep-reserve 74 WHr (watt hours) battery for extreme binge watching;
802.11ac wireless, Gig-E RJ-45 network port, SD media card reader and USB 3.0 port; and
Windows 10 Single Language.
It comes with a Red Accent like other Gaming Laptops such as Asus Rog , HP Omen etc,. This Laptop can be comapred with the newly arrived Lenovo’s Legion Gaming Series Laptops which starts at a price point of $899 which has better ports when compared with Dell Inspiron 15 7000 as it includes USB Type-C port. Dell planned to stick with the old set of ports which came with the Older Generations of this series. It would have been better if it had come with some Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C ports for better expansion , yet this is a Bang for Buck !
Are you the sort of PC gamer who doesn’t have enough time (or money) to make gaming your sole pursuit? Dell Gaming and its Inspiron range are here to help: you can still be a gamer, you can still have a stylish laptop, and you can still have money leftover to do those other things in your life.