Lisa Gade reviews the early 2017 edition of the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming laptop, model 7567 with Intel Kaby Lake 7th generation CPUs and NVIDIA Pascal 10 series graphics. This is one of the most affordable midrange gaming laptops with a starting price of $799 for a quad core i5 CPU and NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics with a 1080p display. We look at the model with the faster GTX 1050 Ti 4GB GDDR5 dedicated graphics, switchable with Intel HD 630 graphics via NVIDIA Optimus.
The laptop is available with the quad core, 45 watt Core i5-7300HQ and the Core i7-7700HQ. It has two RAM slots and most configurations ship with 8 gigs of DDR4 2400MHz RAM (32 gigs is max). It has an M.2 SATA SSD slot and a 2.5” drive bay. The notebook is 1” thick and 5.76 lbs (2.62 kg). It’s available in your choice of red or black, both with a soft touch finish and red backlit keyboard. A 74 Whr battery is standard and a 4K IPS display is option and highly recommended over the base full HD TN panel.