Buy Dell’s VR-ready Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 laptops now

Khushaar Tanveer avatar. By: Khushaar Tanveer
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As we reported a few weeks ago, Dell introduced its latest Alienware gaming laptops at PAX West 2016 earlier this month, are now available for purchase. The cheapest Alienware model is Alienware 13 that starts from $899 and is configurable to 16GB of RAM and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965 MPU.

But the latest portfolio, Alienware 15 and  Alienware 17 are expected to bring a revolutionary change. Take a closer look at the two gaming beasts:

So if you are planning to get your hands on the ultimate Alienware ’16 gaming machines, now is the time.

Both devices offer VR capabilities and latest graphics chip support – thanks to NVIDIA. The Alienware 15 laptop is configurable to up to GTX 1070 and Alienware 17 to GTX 1080, with only GTX 1070 configuration available at the moment.

When we say ‘gaming beasts’, we are talking about 32 GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD Storage, FHD and a stimulating 4K display, Intel Core i5 and i7- 6th generation processors.

But the most innovative feature is the backlit keyboard, that is lit up on a glance, by embedded eye-tracking functionalities; and is turned off when you look you away from the keyboard and back on your gaming screen to have a minimal distraction gaming experience. And of course, there is Windows Hello support onboard.

The Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 are up for a price range starting from $1,350 and $1,500, respectively.

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