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Deve21

Is the screen of the Dell Inspiron 5000 that bad ?

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Hello everyone 

I'm about to purchase the Dell Inspiron 5000, it's under $700 budget gaming laptop located here, the performance is really great compared to it's price, i searched online and found that the screen has low quality, so is it that bad for just find to be acceptable to while play games

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Hello Deve21. Welcome to the Forum.

 

I think you have answered your own question.

 

"You searched online and found that the screen has low quality". 

 

You are going to need a screen which has good quality and a machine that has as much RAM as you can get. I would say 8 Mbytes minimum. You are going to have to try and reach a balance between Screen quality, Ram and price. I would take a look at some Fujitsu and Asus machines before you do anything else. 

 

HTH.

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Reading the review it looks as if while there are compromises made with screen quality to achieve the price, it makes up for it with superior performance.

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It will allow you to game at higher settings with crystal-clear detail, smooth gameplay and a more immersive on-screen experience.

Need to know, there are compromises in this laptop like screen quality to sell it at this price but of-course it not the deal breaker at all.

So if this laptop in stock and you have the enough budget of course this laptop should be your new gaming device.

 

The point being that at this price break it's probably as good as you're going to get. You can of course buy better but not for $700. If you want the same processing power and graphics performance with a top rank screen it'll cost you.

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If your prime concern is screen quality the best thing for you to do is visit a dealer yourself and see the machine in action.

 

You can read all the reviews you want but nothing ever beats hands-on experience.

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3 hours ago, andsome said:

I have always had one built for me,

Does that include laptops ?

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5 hours ago, Gandalph said:

You are going to have to try and reach a balance between Screen quality, Ram and price. I would take a look at some Fujitsu and Asus machines before you do anything else. 

 

HTH.

I was trying to make that balance, but i'm afraid of not being able to run some games at high setting, thank you :)

4 hours ago, Belatucadrus said:

Reading the review it looks as if while there are compromises made with screen quality to achieve the price, it makes up for it with superior performance.

The point being that at this price break it's probably as good as you're going to get. You can of course buy better but not for $700. If you want the same processing power and graphics performance with a top rank screen it'll cost you.

i think i will go with it buy external monitor, thank you :)

4 hours ago, -pops- said:

but nothing ever beats hands-on experience.

:good:

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46 minutes ago, Belatucadrus said:

Does that include laptops ?

I have stuck with desk tops

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I would advise you to look into the cost of building your own laptop. I have never built a laptop, but I know, from my own experience of building real computers (both for myself and several friends) that the cost will become much more sensible.

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It is extraordinarily difficult self-building a laptop computer. Two main problems are the availability of the specialised small parts and the jiggling about of those parts to fit in the very limited available space.

 

I seem to recall that components suppliers in Portsmouth did a build-it-yourself laptop kit some years ago but I don't think it caught on.

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