At Gamescom 2019, Alienware and Dell announced new PC gaming hardware and accessories. Alienware and Dell hope to attract noob and veteran players alike with these new and redesigned PC gaming ecosystem offerings. As noted in a post on the Windows Blog, these gaming PCs and peripherals will be available in August and September 2019.
The Alienware Aurora brings a fresh “Legend Industrial design,” previously announced at CES 2019, as a desktop gaming PC. The Aurora’s new design language provides better airflow, Intel’s 9th Generation Core Processors and NVIDIA GeForce graphic cards. The Aurora offers a new “tool-less upgrade option” to keep your PC hardware up-to-date with the latest specs. The Alienware Aurora will be available starting August 20, 2019, starting at $969.99
Alienware provides gamers with a wide range of gaming peripherals to complement the Aurora, including the new Alienware Low-Profile RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (AW510K) and Alienware RGB Gaming Mouse (AW510M). These two new gaming accessories will help you be best prepared for any fight that comes to you and features the same Legend Industrial design.
Of course, no gaming setup would be complete without a display to play all those games on. Alienware introduces the “world’s first” 55-inch OLED Gaming Monitor, complete with a “120Hz variable refresh rate, a response time of 0.5ms (gray-to-gray), low-input latency, color accuracy and depth at 98+% DCI-P3 color coverage.” The 4K UHD display offers AMD Radeon FreeSync to make your gaming experience even smoother. Other fun effects include AlienFX accent lighting, a game-focused on-screen display (OSD), and built-in speakers with Waves MaxxAudio. The Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor will be available on September 30, 2019, and starts at a whopping $3,999.99.
For new PC gamers, Dell is offering a “budget-friendly” desktop gaming option. Starting at a $629 base price, the new Dell G5 Desktop offers plenty of power, graphics, and features in a smaller, but still upgradeable form factor. The Dell G5 Desktop offers up to an “i9 K-Series CPUs and VR-capable NVIDIA GeForce GTX and RTX or AMD Radeon graphics cards.” The DEll G5 Desktop offers the same tool-less upgrade option found in the Alienware Aurora with extra slots available to expand the G5’s storage capacity. The Dell G5 Desktop is available on August 19, 2019, starting at $629.
In addition, Alienware is celebrating its 10th anniversary and as part of the Alienware Arena relaunch on August 19, 2019, is offering a free 30-day Xbox Game Pass for PC beta code available for members of Alienware Arena. The Xbox Game Pass for PC offers plenty of Xbox game titles, including the ability to play new releases, like Gears 5, a few days before the actual release date.