Dell, Alienware unveil new line of gaming-centric devices
By Sharil Abdul Rahman November 22, 2017
- Alienware Aurora is powered by an Intel 8th Gen CPU
- Inspiron 15 7000 is the first Nvidia Max-Q laptop from Dell
DELL and its gaming arm Alienware unveiled new additions to its gaming portfolio, with the Inspiron 15 7000 and Alienware Aurora desktop headlining the launch.
Both machines are powered by Intel’s 8th Gen six-core processors, and come with beefy gaming features to fill the needs of enthusiastic gamers.
The company continues to make solid investments in PC gaming through new offerings and innovation, while upholding their core value as a reliable and robust PC company.
“Dell and Alienware’s global leadership in innovation and gaming across personal computing is driving the very best experiences for every gamer out there,” says Pang Yee Beng, managing director, Dell Malaysia and senior vice president, South Asia & Korea, Dell EMC. “We are actively supporting the growth of e-sports locally and globally, and we are making gaming a global cultural phenomenon. With the new Inspiron gaming laptop and latest Alienware Aurora desktop, we deliver unparalleled video and audio experience alongside exceptional gaming performance.”
Mobile gaming with the Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop delivers performance in spades, thanks to the Nvidia Max Q design technology.
Dell offers the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU as part of the package as well as the Intel 7th Gen quad-core processor options.
Dual fans ensure the system is cool and quiet while powering through challenging games.
Thanks to the Full HD anti-glare IPS display, great visual clarity can be seen from any angle.
It features Thunderbolt 3 for high-speed data transfers as well as support for up to two 4K displays on the go.
Coupled with a new quick-charge battery that pumps in 80% of capacity within an hour, this is a powerful yet slim performance machine for gamers who need portability.
Alienware’s Aurora desktop meanwhile is powered by the all new 8th Gen Intel Core processor, which delivers a 40% performance boost compared to the previous generation.
The housing for the Aurora desktop is small, but still offers dual-graphics options for consumers.
Thanks to the CPU/GPU combo, it offers 4K and VR support right out of the box.
Other accessories and devices launched include the Alienware Gaming Monitors in both 25-inches and 34-inch curved options, Alienware Pro & Advanced Gaming Keyboard, and Alienware Elite & Advanced Gaming Mouse.
The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop is available now from the Dell Malaysia website from RM3,899 while the Aurora Desktop is available from RM4,999.