Today, ahead of E3, Dell announced they are updating their Inspiron Gaming Desktop, powered by Windows 10, with latest 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen processors (up to 8 core, 16-thread).
The desktop is powered by the latest 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen processors (up to 8 core, 16-thread), meaning you can enjoy split-second responsiveness. By using the Sense MiX FR technology, you can optimize power consumption, task routing and clock speeds. And with built-in Mixer streaming, you can engage with other gamers.
Other features include:
- A USB Type-C 3.1 port, up to six USB 3.0 ports, optional dual-drive, up to a 2TB HDD, a 256GB SSD, and up to five bays for future storage upgrades.
- Up to a maximum of 32GB DDR4 RAM
- Five storage bays for expansion including up to three HDDs, two SSDs, and up to two PCIe x16 slots for graphics upgrades.
- Polar Blue LED lighting and a striking chassis design; intelligent thermal design for optimal airflow to cool the system
- Xbox Adaptive Controller compatibility
The Inspiron Gaming Deskto will be initially available in US, Australia, New Zealand, China and South Korea mid-June starting at $849 USD.
In addition to the new Inspiron Gaming Desktop, Dell announced the Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset with 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound, wider frequency response (15Hz-25kHz) and acoustic signature, and a second-generation Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse.
The Alienware Wireless Headset (AW988) is Alienware's first wireless headset in their history.
The headset is styled with their new visual ID and RGB LEDs offer 16.8 million colors to choose from. The AlienFX lightning ecosystem supports over 140 games and allows customizable themes and four pre-programmed animations across the headphones two lighting zones. Alienware preaches comfort from the headset through light-weight composites, sports mesh ear cushions, flexible headband, and rotatable ear cups.
The headset sends the audio signals through 2.4 GHz signal or a 3.5mm wired analog connection. Alienware claims that the 1200mAh Li-Ion battery will last up to 15 hours with the AlienFX off, or up to 8.7 hours with it enabled.
Responsible for sound are 40mm Neodymium drivers with a frequency response of 20Hz to 20KHz across a virtual 7.1 channels. The Noise-cancelling microphone sits on the left side. Audio adjustments can be handled through software using the Alienware Headset Center.
The Alienware Wireless Headset will be available globally on June 11th, with an MSRP of $229.
Alienware also unveiled the Elite Gaming mouse. The mouse comes with RGB lighting and redesigned side wings. The difference between side wings are the number of buttons; either two (First Person Shooters) or four (MMORPG). The palm grip has three positions to aide in comfort for the different mouse grip styles.
The mouse is configurable with four 5-gram weights, along with five configurable levels for on-the-fly FPI switching via the button just south of the web wheel. The nine or eleven button mouse (depending on which side wing is used) are programmable with 512k of memory onboard.
The Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse will be available in the U.S July, 31st, with a price of $89.99