Dell unveils new Alienware Windows 10 PCs at PAX West

IFA 2016 kicked off earlier this week in Berlin and several PC manufacturers including Acer and Lenovo already introduced their latest line up of Windows 10 PCs to the public. In the US, PAX West 2016 is also officially underway in Seattle, WA and Dell attended the show yesterday to unveil a brand new portfolio of Alienware gaming notebooks available in three editions.

The Alienware 13 is the company’s smallest gaming laptop but it’s configurable with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series GPU which makes it VR-ready. If you’re looking for a slightly bigger option, The mid-size Alienware 15 with its 15.6-inch Full HD display may provide you a better gaming experience. This model is also VR-ready thanks to its NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, and additional options include a FHD 120Hz display with NVIDIA G-Sync and a UHD IGZO option for 4k resolutions.

The Alienware 15 gaming laptop.

The Alienware 15 gaming laptop.

If you’re not looking for the most portable solution, the Alienware 17 is Dell’s flagship gaming laptop which features a thinner design, anti-smudge finishes as well as a new hinge that improves system ventilation. Other features include:

  • Overclocked Intel Core i7 processors and DDR4 memory running up to 2667 Mhz.
  • Optional IR Tobii eye-tracking technology adds great accessibility features based on where you’re looking
  • New speaker design includes internal smart-amps that monitor audio waveforms, enabling the use of the entire thermal margin of the speaker for stronger sound
The Alienware 17 gaming laptop.

The Alienware 17 gaming laptop.

Dell’s latest Alienware gaming laptops can also be plugged into the Alienware Graphics Amplifier which can power up to three displays and boost your gaming experience with more dedicated graphics power. All Alienware notebooks will be available in the coming weeks on Alienware.com or Dell.com in the United States and in select countries around the world but exact specifications, prices, and availability may vary by region. Let us know in the comments what do you think of Dell’s latest Alienware lineup.

 

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