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Posted by: rusty867
« on: April 29, 2020, 02:24:27 »

yeah, i cant understand it why nearly no one is interested...i mean if the rx5600 is above 1660ti and close or on par with rtx2060 and this all for rnd 1000bucks....bäm!
i assume its not out right now, because it might smash the other products from competitors or even the dell alienware stuff...
Posted by: Gigi Jalop
« on: April 28, 2020, 21:32:04 »

I guess there's not so many people tracking this. I wish I knew when this might be available and how it compares to Asus TUF & MSI Bravo, when it comes to cooling. Should be really close, but there's nothing out about it.
Posted by: rusty867
« on: April 28, 2020, 16:12:58 »

Anyone a clue, if the g5se got delayed due to covid? at ces dell said it will be released in april...april is nearly over now and still no news on this one!?!?
Posted by: AwesomeBlackDude
« on: April 27, 2020, 00:53:51 »

So this new Dell AMD 4000 laptop G5 SE come with an built-in soldering motherboard 6gbs V-memory and what type of mems does this channel use? hopefully it not a single channel mems like the Asus release 4000 laptop series. also can I change out the m.2 board stick and upgrade the G5 MB mems up to 32gbs? Last odd arguable question here can I upgrade cpu and gpu? If I'm am stuck with their horrible G5 layout track pad can I disable this inefficient keyboard with pad and just use an external USB keyboard? Dell launched date is like what around the 4Q of 2020?
Posted by: MacNews
« on: April 10, 2020, 08:58:24 »

Sure looking forward to it, I wonder when the release date is.
Posted by: A
« on: March 31, 2020, 13:08:30 »

Why are they releasing a gaming laptop without physical buttons on the trackpad? It effectively makes it useless. Not to mention there is plenty of space for full sized arrow keys yet they opt for tiny ones?



It has buttons under the trackpad. Have you ever used Macbook? There are a lot of laptop with buttons under the trackpad

Yes, I have used a macbook. Their trackpads are terrible to borderline unusable. Even more so if you boot into windows.

Putting buttons "underneath" does very little to solve the problem. If your goal is to use the laptop for 10 minutes, it's perfectly fine. But if you plan to game or do work, it becomes a pain. First of all, tilting the entire trackpad puts more strain on your finger. Then there is the issue of differentiating left and right click, and lastly there is a longer travel time on your clicks.

Removing trackpad buttons makes the trackpad unusable for any actual use, and for what reason? It don't look any better, it looks uglier.

Posted by: mustafa bayram
« on: March 31, 2020, 11:26:15 »

what is the response time of the screen? I never find information about it
Posted by: PhúcAn
« on: March 20, 2020, 13:27:05 »

Why are they releasing a gaming laptop without physical buttons on the trackpad? It effectively makes it useless. Not to mention there is plenty of space for full sized arrow keys yet they opt for tiny ones?

It has buttons under the trackpad. Have you ever used Macbook? There are a lot of laptop with buttons under the trackpad
Posted by: A
« on: March 16, 2020, 22:52:55 »

Why are they releasing a gaming laptop without physical buttons on the trackpad? It effectively makes it useless. Not to mention there is plenty of space for full sized arrow keys yet they opt for tiny ones?
Posted by: william blake
« on: March 16, 2020, 15:08:35 »

so you dell not sure, maybe april 1st or june 30th, hard to decide
what a fucking garbage market.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: March 16, 2020, 14:07:21 »

A new laptop from Dell’s G Series has been revealed, and it is packed with the latest technology from AMD. The Dell G5 SE (Special Edition) will bring a high-performance Ryzen 4000 H-series processor in combination with the RDNA-based AMD Radeon RX 5600M mobile graphics card with it. The Dell G5 SE should be available in the second quarter of 2020.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Upcoming-Dell-G5-Special-Edition-gaming-laptop-will-be-overflowing-with-AMD-treats-such-as-a-Ryzen-4000-H-series-APU-and-Radeon-RX-5600M-GPU.457435.0.html

 
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