Dell Inspirion 7577

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  1. namaiki

    namaiki "basically rocks" Super Moderator

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    7577 with the 1060 is heavier than the one with the 1050 so I would guess that they might change something in there.
     
  2. fayth

    fayth Notebook Evangelist

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    yeah i think they do some minor change upgrade at thermal design, due to 10 watt increase from 1050Ti to MAX-Q 1060. the basic thermal design 7567(1050Ti) is already good out of the factory box.
     
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    I cant wait for this thing to launch! I'll probably skip AW for now and have this for around 2 years and then I will pass it on to my son :D
     
  4. fayth

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    i saw several video dell 7577 on the youtube no subwoofer vent on the bottom, the bottom panel its not like the previous dell 7567. did they remove the subs? LOL
     
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  5. namaiki

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    Good catch! The 7567 specs mention a subwoofer while the 7577 specs do not.
     
  6. fayth

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    i found this one :

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    they did mention subwoofer on the sound section for dell 7577. this is really confusing.
     
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  7. don_svetlio

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    Probably also got cut, like the battery. At this point, I think the 1050 Ti 7567 will end up being the superior device, especially with a Max-Qrippled 1060 that barely outperforms the 1050 Ti
     
  8. tesm1th

    tesm1th Notebook Consultant

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    Max-Q design on thick 1050Ti laptops seem rather pointless, unless they can come up with newer optimized chassis like Asus Zephyrus. Bezels little T H I C C. What are they doing with the space inside? A little disappointing considering big 60Wh battery can already fit into such thick chassis
    Do you prefer 1060 Max-Q in at least ultrabook chassis?
     
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    I dislike the "Quick Charge" feature. It's a gimmick. All they do is just make the battery smaller so the capacity can get filled up faster, and not optimize the charger itself.
     
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    The 1060MQ is pointless in here. They cut the battery size in half for it. Pointless.
     
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