Dell have used CES 2019 to present their slimmest Alienware gaming laptops to date.
If you are a true fan of the alternative, Alienware's design almost never falls short. Often followed by incredible performance and prices that empty your bank account. Now, you can rejoice in the fact that a new range of Alienware spaceships has been announced, the m17 NVIDIA TRX 20 series.
The scene of the action is, of course, CES 2019 in Las Vegas, and, as a show of due diligence and showmanship, Dell have declared that the release is a mere few weeks away.
And it will be the slimmest gaming pc to date, they proclaim.
The new m17 gaming computer follows the trail of the 2018 launch of the m15 laptop, which is still on the market — and can be fitted with the newest RTX graphics card.
Lightweight is the key, and the new 17.3" Alienware m17 laptop weighs merely 2.6 kilo and is just 23 mm in height.
Dell will release a range of models within the m17 series, spanning between Intel 8th Gen Core i5-8300H, Core i7-8750H, and Core i9-8950HK. In the graphics department they offer a selection of NVIDIA's GTX 1050 Ti, and the freshest RTX 2060, 2070 Max-Q, and 2080 Max-Q.
The m17 series supports up to 32GB RAM and dual SSD config. You can also go double on monitors, all depending on budget and demands. You can choose between a 1920x1080 60Hz panel or go UHD with 3840-2160, also 60Hz.
Starting price is $1,650. If you can live with an m15, you can buy it with an upgraded Intel Core i9 CPU and RTX GPU from $1,580.
Both spaceships will land on Jan 21.
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