Today at E3, Alienware and Dell announced new PC gaming systems and components, including Alienware gaming desktops with new multi-core processor options, and a range of performance gaming monitors and peripherals.
Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop
Dell introduced the first gaming desktop in its growing Inspiron Gaming line at Computex and will start shipping it in the US today. The new Inspiron Gaming Desktop is built for gamers seeking a competitive advantage at an affordable price and incorporates the latest AMD multicore Ryzen processors featuring SenseMI, thermally-optimized airflow routing, Polar Blue LED Illumination, easy component access and power supply options up to 850 watts for supporting dual discrete Ready for VR graphics from AMD and NVIDIA. Available in the U.S. starting today, from $599.99 USD.
Alienware Area-51 updated with new multi-core processors
Intel and AMD's new multi-core processors are available in two new versions of Alienware Area-51. If you can picture yourself gaming, recording and broadcasting your game while running a render or immersed in VR or with multiple 4K displays running concurrently, these are the gaming PCs for you. They're powered by Intel's Core X-Series or AMD's Ryzen Threadripper - marking Alienware's first 16-core/32-thread Area-51. The Area 51 Threadripper Edition will be available to order on July 27 and the Area 51 featuring Intel Core X-Series will arrive on August 22, with pricing to be announced soon.
Alienware 15 to offer NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with Max-Q design
Alienware will offer the new GeForce GTX 1080 with Max-Q technology starting June 27 with their Alienware 15 notebook. Alienware's adoption of Max-Q technology provides the highest performance possible in a 15.6" notebook. The Alienware 15 also features a full complement of input/output connections for gaming peripherals and VR headsets. Available in the U.S. June 27, with pricing to be announced soon.
Alienware 25" gaming monitor
The Alienware 25" gaming monitor, with either NVIDIA G-SYNC (AW2518H) or AMD FreeSync, (AW2518HF), offers responsive gameplay with virtually no input lag, at a rapid 1 ms panel response time, and a native 240Hz refresh rate. With AlienFX lighting (AW2518H only), three preset display modes, full adjustability, single-diecast stand legs, and a panoramic multi-monitor view with ultra-thin bezel, the Alienware 25" gaming monitor is perfect for any gamer. Available in the U.S. June 13, concurrent with E3: monitors ($499-699 USD).
Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard
The Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard with optional palm rest delivers a premium gaming experience at an affordable value. It is featuring mechanical keys with brown switches, with more precise key strokes and five keys dedicated for macro commands. Available in the U.S. June 13, concurrent with E3: Advanced Gaming Keyboard ($89.99 USD).
Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard
The Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard with optional palm rest has a dedicated volume roller, onboard memory, 15 macro commands and 13 zone-based RGB backlit lighting options. Available in the U.S. June 13, concurrent with E3: Pro Gaming Keyboard ($119.99 USD).
Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse
The Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse offers multiple configurations with 3 on-the-fly DPI (dots per inch) levels to switch between precision and speed style gameplay. It is outfitted with nine buttons for in-game customization and will be available in the U.S June 13 ($49.99 USD).
Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse
Additionally, the Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse comes with swappable grips, up to 13 programmable buttons, adjustable palm rest and four variable levels of weight adjustment. Available in the U.S. June 13 ($89.99 USD).