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New Alienware Area-51m Is A Beast Of Gaming Laptop With Full PC CPU

I am getting dizzy reading the overview of one of Alienware’s latest gaming laptops, the new Alienware Area-51m. As post title says, it is really “a beast of gaming laptop” because, this beauty here boasts an upgradeable, overclockable FULL DESKTOP 9th-generation Intel Core processors (mind you, ain’t no laptop processor here) and NVIDIA GPUs, plus a sick magnesium alloy chassis to boot. Continue reading New Alienware Area-51m Is A Beast Of Gaming Laptop With Full PC CPU

DELL Introduces New Laptop That Will Survive Classroom Abuses

I have been away from classroom far too long. Even longer from K-12. As it turns out, K-12 isn’t what they used to be. K-12 appears to be too rough for a laptop to survive. And it is with this believe, DELL introduces DELL Latitude 330 Education, along with a few affordable mobile computing solutions, the DELL Chromebooks 3100, 31002-in-1 and 3400 laptops. Lets talk about the Latitude 330 Education first because, I am totally intrigue by its claimed robustness. Continue reading DELL Introduces New Laptop That Will Survive Classroom Abuses

Will DELL’s New XPS 15 And Inspiron AIO Make You Ditch Apple?

DELL has taken the wrap a new 15-inch laptop, the XPS 15 and a new AIO, Inspiron 15 7000. Will they be enough to make me ditch Apple? My answer is, maybe, but it is Windows, which kind of a meh. TBH, it is the OS that has kept me away from DELL. OK. Maybe to some extend, the pricing over here. Anyways, so here it is, the DELL XPS 15 and boy, is it a beauty. Just look at those super narrow bezel offers by its InfinityEdge display. Not only does it make the laptop look sleek, but it also makes the overall size a tad smaller. Speaking of which, it is just about the size of 14-inch variety and weighs a lightweight 1.8 kg (4 lbs). And it is super slim too, measuring 11-17 mm. Continue reading Will DELL’s New XPS 15 And Inspiron AIO Make You Ditch Apple?

DELL Unveiled 32-inch 8K Display, 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace And More

These days, the tech world is all about absurd tech which we suspect are solely with the aim of making tech watchers’ jaw drop. These gadgets go beyond ‘wow’; they will make you go like “no shit, are they serious?, or maybe just “no freaking way!” So far, we have witnessed a ginormous 21-inch laptop with curved screen, a refrigerator that lets you see what’s inside without opening, a flash drive that packs 2TB, a laptop that packs three monitors et cetera, but those are just the tip of the iceberg. There are more and DELL is responsible for a couple too, including an eye-watering 32-inch 8K monitor (8K!) and a 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace, the world’s first smart workspace that pretty much negates the need for a mouse or even a keyboard. Continue reading DELL Unveiled 32-inch 8K Display, 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace And More

Alienware Unveiled A Host Of Updated Products At E3, Showoff VR Backpack

If gaming hardware is what you peddle, naturally you want to take the world’s biggest gaming event to show of your rigs. That’s what Alienware did. The Dell-owned gaming rig maker took this opportunity to roll out four new products at this year’s E3 and also to mark the company’s two decades in the business. The four products include the return of the Alienware Aurora, now VR-optimized, a new Alienware Alpha desktop, an updated Area-51 full-tower gaming PC, and the world’s first gaming laptop, the Alienware 13. Alienware also jumped on the chance to show off their very own tether-free VR backpacks, which is apparently, the future of VR gaming. Continue reading Alienware Unveiled A Host Of Updated Products At E3, Showoff VR Backpack

DELL’s First Ruggedized Tablet is Built for “Harsh Environments”

Clearly, ruggedized gadgets aren’t meant for regular consumers. They are mainly geared at people who expects a lot of bad things to happen to the gadget, such as places like construction site, around some glacier and the likes. If you happen to be in the said places, or anywhere that may expose your tablet to dire situations, then DELL’s first fully rugged tablet, Latitude 12, may be a welcoming proposition and one that’s looking rather neat. It is built to withstand harsh environments by resisting water spills, sand and dust, sustain drops from over four feet, and operating in extreme temperatures of between -20 and 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Continue reading DELL’s First Ruggedized Tablet is Built for “Harsh Environments”

DELL’s New Venue 10 7000 Android Tablet Has a Premium Price Tag, Sets Sight on Business Users

If there is one thing Google’s Android Operating System has taught us, it is that tablets can be made cheap and still performs and that belief is further back by the constant bombardment of affordable models delivered by manufacturers big and small. We are being very pampered at this point and then comes along DELL Venue 10 7000 which “defies” that convention with a $499 slate, and that’s for the basic tablet, mind you. If you want to get all fancy and it to be a convertible, then you are looking at a cool $629 which will include the optional full-size detachable keyboard. And let’s keep in mind it is still an Android tablet at its very heart, though we can’t deny it is quite a looker too. But look shouldn’t cost a significant premium, right? Continue reading DELL’s New Venue 10 7000 Android Tablet Has a Premium Price Tag, Sets Sight on Business Users

Alpha, Alienware’s Steam Machine Pushes Into the Market, Starts at $549

If you’ve been looking forward to Alienware’s iteration of Steam Machine since January this year, well, then this piece of news is going to rock your world. Alienware Alpha, as it is officially called, is now available in-store as we speak from Walmart and Fry’s, as well as online from Alienware web store. It is also available through several online partners, including Best Buy, GameStop, NewEgg, TigerDirect and of course, Amazon, priced at $549 and up. This PC/Steam Machine hybrid will let you play over 600 Steam controller-supported games right in your living room without looking awkward, i.e. it is a pretty little box, something expected from Alienware. Continue reading Alpha, Alienware’s Steam Machine Pushes Into the Market, Starts at $549

Alienware Graphics Amplifier Adds Desktop Graphics Power to Alienware 13 Gaming Laptop

Today’s gaming laptops are pretty capable, but that’s in the mobile sense, which means they are as good as they gets and hardly comparable to desktops. So chances are, hardcore gamers will have both a portable such as a gaming laptop for the road and a full blown gaming rig setup at home. However, that might change with the introduction of the Alienware Graphics Amplifier, well, that’s only if you’re planning to purchase the Alienware 13 gaming laptop, cos’ this “graphic booster”, which only works with a proprietary connector on the Alienware 13. Dell calls it having the best of both worlds by giving you the freedom of mobility and also offers you desktop graphics quality, thus solving your graphics woes (when you’re at home, that is). Continue reading Alienware Graphics Amplifier Adds Desktop Graphics Power to Alienware 13 Gaming Laptop

Alienware Upcoming Area-51 Gaming Rig Is As Alien As It Can Be. Hint: It Ain’t A Typical Tower

looks like Alienware is dead serious about making a comeback. first, it wants to get back to small form factor mobile gaming and now, it wants to own your desk too. meet the Alienware Area-51 Gaming PC, which is the rig that will do just that. from the get go, you know it will be the PC you are going get if aesthetic is among the priority and honestly, who doesn’t want a pretty rig that you will put on the desk then to hide it under? it has a part hexagon, part triangular chassis, which is said to maintain the airflow even if it is placed against a wall and it even has a pair of handles for you to lug around – if 45 lbs isn’t too much for you. the triangular/hexagonal chassis also allows it to be pivoted, allowing for easy reach to the rear ports. what goes under the hood is not particularly clear, but it can support up to three full-length graphics cards, while processing will be overclockable and liquid-cooled Intel Core i7 six- and eight-core Haswell-E processors. Continue reading Alienware Upcoming Area-51 Gaming Rig Is As Alien As It Can Be. Hint: It Ain’t A Typical Tower