Alienware 15,17: VR-Ready Laptops Feature NVIDIA GTX 10-Series Graphics Now Available
After a long wait, Dell's Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 are now available to order. Gaming fans now have a chance to grab these ultimate gaming laptops. The latest Alienware laptops feature NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 10-series graphics. They are also both VR-ready.
According to Windows Central, the Alienware 15 can be configured up to a GTX 1070. For the Alienware 17, it will be configurable up to Nvidia's GTX 1080. However, only the GTX 1070 configuration is available right now.
The starting price for the Alienware 15 is at $1,349.99. Alienware 17, on the other hand, will cost at least $1,499.99, according to Alienware's official website.
Key Features Of The New Alienware Laptops
Both of the new Alienware gaming laptops have 1920x1080 IPS Anti-Glare 300-nits display. Particularly, the Alienware 17 is equipped with Tobii's eye-tracking technology. The eye-sensor tracks the eye movement of the user, triggering in-game commands in the laptop.
The Alienware 15 has Intel Core i5 and i7 processor options. There is also an FHD and 4K display options. Both the Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 have 8 GB of DDR4 2400 Mhz. The laptops can be upgraded to 32 GB of RAM, as well as up to 1 TB of SSD storage. The Alienware 15 and 17 are also provided with Windows Hello support for Windows 10.
Its TactX keyboard has been updated. They keyboard can manage up to 2.2mm key travel. It also accepts more than 108 key commands per minute.
They have a slicker design compared to their predecessors. The Alienware 15 and 17 are wider but 25 percent thinner than their predecessors. It also has an improved cooling system.
These new gaming laptops both offer quality and portability. It definitely set an innovation in the gaming laptop market, at least until Acer's Predator 21 X gets ready for release.
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