Dell has unveiled updates to its popular gaming notebooks, bringing the latest Alienware 15 and 17 gaming notebooks to Malaysian consumers. The top PC maker also showcased the Alienware 13, Alienware Graphics Amplifier, Alienware Area-51, Alienware X51, Dell XPS 13, Inspiron 5000 and 7000 Series notebooks and the Inspiron 20 3000 All-in-One (AIO) desktop.2169 0
Alienware is back with its out-of-this-world styling and performance, with the return of the Alienware Area-51 gaming desktop and powerful Alienware 13 gaming notebook. Complementing the gaming powerhouses is the new Alienware Graphics Amplifier, bringing desktop graphics performance at home, and desktop-beating mobile gaming performance on the Alienware 13.1830 0
I have to admit: I enjoyed my time with the Alienware 17. My home mid-range AMD rig was left abandoned throughout the time the monolith of a notebook stood on my desk. Continuing from Part 1 of the review, let’s look closer at the performance supported with some benchmarks and real-world gaming.
Alienware is a name synonymous with gaming hardware since 1996 and has been a brand of choice for many gamers both casual and hardcore. In June 2009, Alienware introduced the M17x, its first gaming product since the Dell acquisition. Now Dell’s premium gaming brand, Alienware has continued to churn out gaming notebooks and PCs with its distinctive alien-themed industrial design.
In 2013, Alienware refreshed the M17x with Intel “Haswell” processors and NVIDIA 7 Series GPUs and marketing it as Alienware 17 (M17XR5). Courtesy of Dell Malaysia, I lugged home this high performance gaming notebook, subsequently becoming my gaming companion for several months. Here’s a review.976 1
Alienware today launched the Alienware 14 and Alienware 17 gaming notebooks powered by the latest 4th generation Intel Core i7 processors (“Haswell”), latest NVIDIA 700 series graphics and new stealth-like, anodised aluminium and magnesium alloy enclosures. The new notebook range were recently revealed at E3 in Los Angeles, along with the most powerful 18-inch gaming notebook in the world – the Alienware 18.581 2