Alienware is recognized as one of the top PC manufacturers, providing top-notch components and features. Both from an aesthetic and performance point of view, Alienware devices are created to impress. The latest addition to the Alienware family is the Alienware 13, brought to the public courtesy of Dell. While Dell’s Alienware 13 comes with a lot of features that will be familiar to those that have used Alienware devices before, it also brings new additions to the table, which only improve on the already feature-rich recipe that has built the Alienware namesake over the course of its existence.
Alienware 13 is the smallest Alineware model released by Dell. Its selling point (aside from being an Alienware) is the fact that it has VR support. The manufacturer praises the device as being highly compact on top of performance savvy.
Other features of the device include its NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 as well as its capability to configure the LED lights on the device, which are grouped in eight zones. These zones can be programmed individually and users have 20 colors to choose from. The processor that runs the show is the Core i7-6700HQ from Intel, which also features 16 GB of RAM. The GTX 1060 GPU comes with 6 GB of DDR5 memory and it boasts a 512 GB SSD.
Those interested in the newest Alienware laptop can now place an order for the device.
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