|CPU||I5-7300HQ 2.5-3.5GHZ, 4Cores/4Threads|
|GPU||Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5|
|RAM||1x8GB 2400MHZ DDR4 (2 slots available)|
|HDD||256GB PCIe SSD|
|Screen||1080p, eDP, IPS, 45% NTSC|
|Weight||~6.05 lbs (~ 2.74 kg)|
$700 + ~$50 Tax is an excellent deal
The Dell 7577 for $750 is easily a safe bet for one who looks for a GTX 1060 and even an 1050 Ti equipped laptop. Usually sold for $200-$250 more, and with no competitors for that price, there is not a lot to think about.
Gaming performance is perhaps a little lower compared to non-MaxQ laptops in some games@graphics settings, but it’s pretty close on average, so I wouldn’t worry about it.
IPS display is the typical 45% NTSC IPS with duller colors than you’d want, but inline with the $1000 GTX 1060 competitors. No PWM mechanism apparent and no screen flickering, according to the NBC review, which is a good thing.
Battery running times are pretty good with more than 6 hours for a typical WiFi use.
Overall, that’s the best option for $700-$800.