At Computex 2019 in Taiwan last week, Alienware and Dell unveiled Dell’s first gaming laptops to showcase a new design and processors that it days will “supercharge the PC gaming experience”.
“Gamers across the globe have high expectations from Alienware and Dell when it comes to our gaming products and without a doubt our latest announcements will exceed even the highest of expectations out there,” said Frank Azor, vice-president and general manager of Alienware, G Series and XPS at Dell. “To get to this point it has taken over two decades of uncompromising commitment to gamers, the collaboration of an incredibly talented and devoted team, and an ever-expanding group of top-tier partners.”
Alienware introduced a redesigned Alienware m15 and an m17 that is leaner, more advanced and more powerful than its predecessor. With a starting weight under 4.7lbs and 5.8lbs* respectively, Alienware says these are its thinnest 15” and 17” gaming laptops to date. They introduce Alienware’s new Legend industrial design, announced earlier this year at CES.
Numerous display technologies enhance gameplay, with the m15 being the world’s first 15” laptop to feature Tobii eyetracking, and the m17 being the world’s first laptop to feature Eyesafe® display designed to lower blue light emissions, while maintaining vivid colour integrity. Gamers can also choose between 144Hz, 240Hz and the newly available OLED displays.
The latest Alienware Cyro-Tech 3.0 offers a newly optimised thermal module design to improve cooling performance, increasing airflow by 20% over the previous generation of the m15 and 25% on the m17. Additional design features include a magnesium chassis, smooth-edge, narrow-bezel design, re-engineered keyboard, precision-point glass touchpad, SSD-only storage, and per-key RGB LED AlienFX lighting.
Click here to read about how Dell’s has optimised cooling in its latest gaming laptop to enhance the gaming experience.
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