Alienware and Dell has announced new PC gaming systems including Alienware gaming desktops with new multi-core processor options, and a range of performance gaming monitors and peripherals at E3. All these devices are powered by Windows 10 and come with native live game streaming through the Game bar with Mixer, Game Mode, DirectX 12 and more.
Alienware 15 is a 15.6-inch gaming notebook offers the new GeForce GTX 1080 with Max-Q technology. It also features a full complement of input/output connections for popular gaming peripherals and VR headsets. It sports 99Whr battery, an AlienFX lighting with a keyboard optimized for competitive gamers. Up next, Alienware has announced Alienware 25-inch gaming monitor, with either NVIDIA G-SYNC (AW2518H) or AMD FreeSync, (AW2518HF). It features AlienFX lighting (AW2518H only), three preset display modes, full adjustability, single-diecast stand legs, and a panoramic multi-monitor view with ultra-thin bezel. It is available in the US and pricing starts at $499.
The Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard comes with optional palm rest and featuring mechanical keys with brown switches and five keys dedicated for macro commands. It is available in the U.S. for $89.99. On the other hand, the Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard has a dedicated volume roller, onboard memory, 15 macro commands and 13 zone-based RGB backlit lighting options. It is available in the U.S. for $119.99.
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 available in the U.S for $49.99. The Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse offers swappable grips, up to 13 programmable buttons, adjustable palm rest and four variable levels of weight adjustment providing ultimate control over cursor precision and movement speed to dominate opponents. It is available in the U.S for $89.99 USD.