At CES, Dell has partnered with Alienware to meet the growing demands from PC gaming market.
The company has debut a new design identity, Alienware Legend, which focuses on performance and function.
Alienware Legend design is optimized with thermal and cooling technology to achieve and sustain overclocking power, improved AlienFX lighting, ultra-thin screen borders, and a new “three-knuckle hinge” design that reduces the overall dimension.
Legend also introduces two optional finishes, Lunar Light and Dark Side of the Moon.
Dell announced Alienware Area-51m, the world’s most powerful gaming laptop1, as the first product to reflect the new Legend brand identity.
Area-51m marks the first and only laptop with a 9th Gen 8-core desktop processors, 64GB2 of memory, 2.5Gbps Ethernet technology, upgradeable graphics and desktop processors, and 17″ Alienware laptop with a narrow-bezel display with 144Hz. Thanks to the thermal and cooling technology, the device promises 50 percent more performance and 32 percent less volume than its predecessor.
Introducing the new #Alienware Area-51m gaming laptop. Engineered for performance with graphics upgradability and overclocking capabilities. #CES2019 https://t.co/r89naWXGBp pic.twitter.com/rQu9K58WJm
— ALIENWARE (@Alienware) January 8, 2019
The new Area-51m is also bolstered with the Tobii eye-tracking technology and the latest Alienware Command Center.
Dell also updated its G Series gaming laptops. The G5 15 and G7 (in both 15″ and 17″ models) are redesigned to deliver enhanced performance with upscale features in a sleek chassis.
The G5 and G7 incorporate 8th gen Intel CFL-H quad- and hex core processors and the latest NVIDIA graphics to optimize demanding AAA game titles and versatility for everyday use.
Alienware Area-51m with Legend design available Jan. 29th, 2019, starting at $2,549
Dell G5 15 available Jan. 29th, 2019, starting at $999.99
Dell G7 17 available Jan. 29th, 2019, starting at $1,380
Dell G7 15 available Jan. 29th, 2019, starting at $1,099