A couple of years ago, Dell announced its first budget gaming laptop, the Dell XPS 15.
At the time, it was a $200, $200 laptop that featured a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, a 1TB solid state drive, 16GB of RAM, and a 16GB internal memory chip.
That laptop, like many other low-cost gaming laptops from the time period, didn’t have a built-in optical drive.
The price was a bit more than $300, but that was only after the $200 upgrade to the $299 model that had a built in DVD burner.
Now, a new generation of laptops is going to make a big splash with the launch of the Dell Venue 10, which comes with a built on-board DVD burner and an 8GB RAM card.
The Venue is also a great deal at $200 on Amazon for a new 15-inch gaming laptop.
It’s also available for $400 on Amazon, with a similar design.
Dell’s new XPS 12, which launched last year, also has a builton DVD burner, but the laptop comes with only 16GB.
The new Dell Venues 10 and 12 offer great value, especially if you have a lot of extra storage space and are willing to upgrade the internal storage for a little more.
The Dell Venus 10 comes with 32GB of storage, while the Venue 12 comes with 16GB, which is more than enough for most users.
Dell is also offering a new model that comes with two USB 3.0 ports and an HDMI port, along with a 3200mAh battery.
All of the new XPs, XPS 13, and Venues are available on Amazon.