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Dell Gaming G15 15.6" Full HD 120Hz Gaming Laptop Intel i5 GTX 1650 $999 (Was $1299) + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


Key Features

15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) 120Hz Anti-glare display

Intel® Core™ i5-10200H processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.1 GHz)

256GB SSD storage


NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 graphics

1 x HDMI port

2 x USB-A 2.0 ports




Windows 10 Home operating system

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  • +1

    If still available on Wednesday you can get a further 10% off with TCN gift cards from Coles.

    • Are tcn gift cards 10% off at Coles this Wednesday? And you can you this gift card codes to buy online ?

      • Yes correct

  • +1

    got ACER NITRO FOR 799.

    • +4

      Link please

    • +1

      That's an Aspire, champ.

    • +1

      link please

    • link please

    • link? or it did not happen.

      • it was a while back. around Lockdown. I am sorry to make you guys excited.

  • -3

    Fyi 1650 is not a great gaming card

    Save up another 500 and get a 3060

    • +4

      Where do you get a Laptop with a 3060 for 1499?

    • +1

      Depends on who's using it. If I'm going to play older games, the 1650 is fine.

    • +4

      Statements like these really strike a nerve in me.

      The 1650 will push 120+ FPS if you're gonna play stuff like CSGO, DOTA, rocket league, etc and will play a lot of games at 1080p 60FPS pretty easily.

      Just giving throwing a blanket "it's not good for gaming" statement is frankly bullshit.

      • two of those games are 8 years old and the other is 6 years old. 1650 is a bit outdated if you want to play recent games, which is probably why the laptop is on sale.

      • I would be playing Assetto Corsa the most (currently 80% off). Would a 1650 be able to handle this game or no chance?


        • Yeah it run it no probs. Checkout the min/recommended specs which this laptop meets or exceeds in every area

              OS: Windows 7 Sp1 - 8 - 8.1 - 10
              Processor: AMD Athlon X2 2.8 GHZ, Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHZ
              Memory: 2 GB RAM
              Graphics: DirectX 10.1 (e.g. AMD Radeon HD 6450, Nvidia GeForce GT 460)
              DirectX: Version 11
              Network: Broadband Internet connection
              Storage: 15 GB available space
              Sound Card: Integrated
              OS: Windows 7 Sp1 - 8 - 8.1 - 10
              Processor: AMD Six-Core CPU, Intel Quad-Core CPU
              Memory: 6 GB RAM
              Graphics: DirectX 11 (e.g. AMD Radeon 290x, Nvidia GeForce GTX 970)
              DirectX: Version 11
              Network: Broadband Internet connection
              Storage: 30 GB available space
              Sound Card: Integrated
      • Those games were designed to run at high framerates on any hardware due to being multiplayer centric games. Even a 5yr old iGPU can push 60+ on those.

    • +1

      That's 50% extra.
      If you're just want an entry level gaming experience, this is a decent option

  • Seems that the 1650 gives equivalent performance to the 1060 mobile cards of 3+ years ago. Can't imagine that you'd be getting the most out of a 120hz panel with that card - though $1,000 isn't too bad.

    • +1

      Lots of people play older games or games that have lower sys req and then play them on low. Horses for courses.

    • +3

      Good enough for esports, or older titles.

      • Can't dispute that!

  • So no USB 3 ports

    • +1

      Rediculous. No way a modern laptop doesn't have usb 3.

      USB 3.2 Ports 1

      • it seems they are going the way of the dodo though, newer computers come out with less and less ports. my PC case doesn't even have a slot for a disc drive and lenovo, once a bastion of function over form, are now joining the trend of slimmer and slimmer laptops, at the cost of ports and user repairability.

        usb C will probably be the standard in a few years, my SD card reader from san disk didn't even come with a standard USB cable, only USB C, you have to buy an aftermarket cord with a standard connector because i don't think they even made one for that reader.

        i almost forgot that laptops used to have disc drives as well. lol

        • I doubt USB Type A will be phased out anytime soon. I guess eventually they might be replaced by type-c ports but USB A is still so common among peripherals that it would crazy to do so now.
          Standard 2.5" drives are becoming less common, I see lots of laptops just opt for m.2 NVMe drives especially the light and thin ones
          I find SD card slots uncommon in laptops, this is something I miss. I guess everyone just uses a USB adapter
          Removal on DVD drives are understandable. They take up a lot of space and hardly used these days
          The laptop has to be bigger, heavier and thicker to accommodate this heavily outdated storage media

  • 1650 is not that great.