Gamers around the world wait excitedly for Alienware laptops for a reason. Dell's great gaming laptop brand has released the latest entrants to its series and all are VR-ready. The Alienware 13, Alienware 15, and Alienware 17 was launched ide-by-side, celebrating the brand's 20-year anniversary,
"Gaming is a time of renaissance right now; awesome games and development, amazing resolutions and technology, plus the pure excitement around VR experiences - it's an incredible driving force and it feels similar to the energy that started Alienware 20 years ago," Frank Azor, general manager of Alienware and XPS devices said.
The laptops are unveiled at PAX West on Thursday. The new Alienware 13 will be available on November 16 in the U.S. together with the GeForce GTX 1080 variant of the Alienware 17. The Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 are available on September 30 in the US. All three laptops are powered by Nvidia's GeForce GTX 10-series graphic cards for notebooks. Alienware 13 comes with a choice for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, Alienware 15 will come with an option for the GTX 1060 along with the GeForce GTX 1070, and Alienware 17 will come with preferences for both the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080.
Although hardware specifications haven't been announced yet, but the Alienware 17 and Alienware 15 will run up with the Intel's sixth-generation (Skylake) Core i7 6820HK processor and overclocked up to 4.1GHz and it will support up to 32 GB RAM and 1 TB storage. Alienware might provide the latest seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors as soon as they become available.
What is interesting in this version of the laptops is that Dell made the machines much slimmer this time around compared to their previous versions. However, they are now deeper and thanks to the placement of the cooling systems. The company has also titivated its logo on the gaming noteboooks. These laptops are also provided with Windows Hello support in Windows 10 which you can log in now to the Windows with the help of face-detection feature.
Another attention-grabbing feature of the devices is Tobii's new eye-tracking techology. This feature is powered by an external Tobi camera. Aside from monitoring the camera in games that support it, this feature lets you shift on the laptop by simply looking at the Alienware logo. Amazing, isn't it? The laptop even turns off the keyboard's taillight when you look away from the screen which helps save battery and of course, this is made possible by the help of this technology embedded on it.
Alienware sets always new standards for gaming laptops and there is nothing less from these new Alienware laptops. More details will come later on as per release of the devices.