Dell has recently announced a new selection of the G Series which is set to hit South Africa in a few months. The gaming G-series laptops that are engineered to meet the gaming performance needed include the new 15 inches G3 (3579 and 3590) as well as the new 17' 3779 from the G3 range. The features include the NVIDIA\u00ae GeForce\u00ae discrete graphics, 9th Gen Intel\u00ae processors, and thin design for a sleek gaming experience. Furthermore, the G5 has 2 new 15-inch and a Special Edition with NVIDIA\u00ae GeForce RTX\u2122 graphics, up to 9th Gen Intel\u00ae Core\u2122 i7 processors, and a great display. That's not all - there is a new Dell G7 in the house with NVIDIA\u00ae GeForce RTX\u2122 graphics, up to 9th Gen Intel\u00ae Core\u2122 i9 processors, riveting display options, and an optional 4-zone RGB Keyboard. In a statement, cited on 'Tweaktown', Dell wrote, "Completely redesigned - with a slim design, powerful performance, and value-added features like customizable chassis light - the new G7 touts significant all-around improvements over the previous-gen for on-the-go gaming." According to Dell, the G7 laptops are expected to arrive in South Africa by September 2020 and the retail price is suggested to start at close to R25000 ($1 429.99.) "As we struggle to squeeze into our swimsuits this summer, the G7 15 is a step ahead, dropping by 4mm to a svelte 20.5mm at the hinge, thanks to the innovative hinge design and the black anodized, all-metal chassis construction. The same for its elegant narrow bezel display, going from 9.9mm to 6.5mm on G7 15 and 8.16mm on the 17-inch." Dell concluded. New Alienware laptops for a mobile HD gaming experience are made with carbon-fiber, high-performance graphics, and Intel\u00ae Core\u2122 processors, which is the lowest range - the highest range of the Alienware laptop is Area-51m - the new 17' laptop that's upgradeable, comes with overclockable desktop 9th Gen Intel\u00ae Core\u2122 processors and NVIDIA GPUs, plus a magnesium alloy chassis.