Dell is one of several companies making big announcements at the Gamescom Fan Event in Cologne. Between the core brand and the daughter Alienware Dell had a lot to offer, including new high-end monitors, impressive new gaming laptops and more.
"Gamescom gives us the opportunity to come to Europe every summer and bring along some of our hottest innovations for 350,000 enthusiastic visitors," said Dell Gaming CEO Frank Azor. "We are proud to live up to their expectations this year with numerous announcements, including new technologies in all of our Alienware systems that help players compete as best as possible."
The rundown begins with Dell's new G Series monitors. The company has established itself as one of the best monitor manufacturers, and it has set the tone in terms of minimal bezel designs. Now Dell emphasizes the gaming market with a 24-inch 1
These new monitors build on Dell's young G series, unveiled earlier this year. powered laptops that win some fans. But while these continue to work, it's time for Alienware to upgrade its gaming notebooks instead.
The Alienware 15 and 17 will start tomorrow, 21st August. The 15-inch system starts at $ 1,400. The 17-inch model starts at $ 1,600. But you can add a lot of extra features and improved components to inflate that price. Both models support up to 4K displays with the G-Sync option. You can even choose a 1440p screen with 120 Hz and 400 nits peak brightness.
Other specifications include up to 32GB of memory, support for up to three storage drives, and a CPU as powerful as a 6-core Intel i9-8950HK. As for the graphics card, you can make a Radeon RX 570 or the Nvidia GTX 1060, 1070 or 1080.
Finally we talk about graphics cards and Alienware, the new desktops Aurora and Area 51 with support for Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2070, 2080 or 2080 Ti GPUs will be preordered in September. The Area 51 also offers an option for Intel's 18-core i9 chip for people who want to simultaneously play and stream from the same machine.