With amazing colour palette and HDMI input, the new notebooks by Alienware can be your perfect gaming partners.
Alienware at the E3 Expo has announced three all new gaming notebooks which are based on Intel’s fourth-generation Core processors (previously known as Haswell). In these new notebooks, Alienware has ensured that the makeover does not take its core brand image.
PCWorld quoted Alienware’s General Manager Frank Azor as saying, “It’s a big departure from 2009. The new models are 60 percent metal, including a 100-percent aluminum, a panel lid and a magnesium alloy chassis.”
The notebooks will have 10 clear lighting zones. which will appear in a spectrum of colour permutations that will be based on a 20 colours palette. All three models feature different set of base configurations, though the buyers will be given the option of upgrading after the purchase.
Alienware 14, the first amongst the notebooks, is priced at $1199 (Rs 69,800 approx). The device runs on a quad-core Intel Core i7-4700Q processor clocked at 2.4GHz. It homes 8GB of DDR3L/1600 RAM for a flawless gaming experience. The device also stores a 750GB 7200 rpm SATA 3Gb/s mechanical hard drive and with space of two additional storages.
Additionally it includes a slot-feed DVD burner as well as a Killer NIC gigabit Ethernet interface and a Killer NIC 802.11n Wi-Fi /Bluetooth 4.0 network adapter. It comes with an Nvidia GT 750M mobile GPU with 1GB of GDDR5 memory, which runs on a 35.56-cm (14-inch) non-glare TN panel that sports a resolution of 1366 by 768 pixels.
The Alienware 17 which is the second in the series sports a 43.9-cm(17.3-inch) anti-glare TN display with resolution specs of 1600 by 900 pixels. The device will be run by Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M with 2GB of GDDR5 memory and will be priced at $1499 (Rs 86,900 approx) the base configuration of the Alienware 17 is similar to the Alienware 14 except the wireless network adapter which is an 802.11ac/Bluetooth 4.0.
The third one is the Alienware 18 that is priced at $2099 (Rs 1, 22,200 approx) comes with an 46.73-cm (18.4-inch) PLS screen with 1920×1080 pixel resolution. The Alienware 18 also shares the specifications Alienware 17, the only difference is the two GeForce GTX 765M video cards which will be working on an SLI configuration.
The notebooks also sport HDMI input and outputs, which will let the gamers affix their game console or smartphones to the notebook’s larger display.