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Dell Inspiron Gaming Laptop 15.6" FHD (i7- 7700HQ, 8GB 1TB+128GB SSD GTX 1050, Metal Chassis) $699 amazon

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Just FYI, the Inspiron 5577 gaming does NOT have a "metal chassis" as Amazon states. It used the same chassis as the old 7559 gaming model that had the GTX 960M and 6th-gen i-series. It's all plastic with soft-touch on the outer shell and around the trackpad. I don't know why Amazon's listing says it has a metal chassis. Decent deal OP, but for prospective buyers, it does not have any metal in the outer casing.

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Just FYI, the Inspiron 5577 gaming does NOT have a "metal chassis" as Amazon states. ... It's all plastic with soft-touch on the outer shell and around the trackpad. I don't know why Amazon's listing says it has a metal chassis. Decent deal OP, but for prospective buyers, it does not have any metal in the outer casing.
I don't think you know what the word "chassis" means. It means the internal framework, not the outer casing. Maybe misuse of the word is so widespread it's become a new accepted meaning, but clearly in this context they mean there is an internal framework all the components are bolted to that is made of metal. E.g. think of the Thinkpad line's patented "roll cage".
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I see $814
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They have warehouse repackaged item for $699. Its still under a-z guarantee though.
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not worth it for 1050
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