Check out Alienware’s cool new gaming laptop!
Alienware is updating its range of gaming notebooks with desktop-class graphics chips, just weeks after Nvidia announced its plan to bring the GTX 1080, GTX 1070, and GTX 1060 to laptops.
Alienware is taking all of Nvidia’s graphics chips and putting each one inside a suitably sized notebook.
The Alienware 13 will have the GTX 1060.
The Alienware 15 will have the GTX 1070.
The Alienware 17 will have the best of the lot- GTX 1080.
What’s more, all the three laptops are designed to be VR friendly! Yup, you heard that right.
Alienware is building each model at least 20% slimmer than the older models!
The Alienware 15 will be 22mm thin (from 34mm last year), the Alienware 13 will be 22mm thin (from 28mm last year) and the Alienware 17 will be 30mm thin.
The interesting add-ons are: Windows Hello cameras (for logging into Windows 10 with your face) on all three models, and an optional Tobii eye tracking on the Alienware 17.
Looking at the screen will turn the keyboard backlights off, thus saving battery life.
Stepping away from the laptop will lock it automatically.
Looking at the Alienware logo will power up the laptop.
You can also re-watch how you were playing a game to learn from any mistakes you made during the game.
All of this is thanks to Tobii’s extraordinary eye tracking technology and I can’t wait to check it out!
Alienware is adding G-sync capable 120Hz displays on the 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch versions!
The exact specs for the new Alienware 13 aren’t out yet, but both Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 will have Intel’s Core i7 6820HK (SkyLake) processor overclocked to 4.1Ghz.
You will be able to customize both models with up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.
The Alienware 13 is arriving in November and the newer Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 will be available later this month.
Unfortunately, the prices haven’t been revealed yet.
So, watch out for more info on Alienware’s cool new game scene.