Whether you’re a hardcore PC gamer looking to upgrade your system or just a computer geek looking for something to drool over, today you’re in luck. Alienware has given us a first look at their five new gaming systems, announced today at the Tokyo Game Show. Take a look, and be prepared to drool.
If you’re a gamer on the go, the Alienware M15x is perfect for you. Featuring a beastly Intel Core i7 Processor at 2.0GHz and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M videocard with 1GB of video memory, this machine has enough power to fuel your games to the max without sacrificing your space or style.
It even has a Blu-ray player with a high-definition 15″ widescreen display, so whether you’re playing your favorite game or watching your favorite movie, you’re doing so with the clearest picture and most power possible in a laptop.
Want a system that can deliver more than a laptop, but don’t have the room for a intense desktop? Take a look at Alienware’s Aurora ALX. Liquid cooled and sporting an Overclocked Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor at 3.60GHz, this machine combines a new sleek external design with new lighting and accessibility features along with a strategic internal layout of
components, the new Aurora ALX’s revolutionary design should send waves of awe and envy to the gaming community.
If you want a space-saving desktop that’s easy to upgrade and has the power of a large desktop, the Alienware Aurora is the way to go. The Aurora is Alienware’s smallest mid-size desktop, and provides you with an awesome, space-efficient machine without sacrificing performance. This baby comes packing with a Overclocked Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor at 3.60GHz, Dual 1GB GDDR5 ATI Radeon HD 5870 videocards, supports up to 24 GB of DDR3 RAM, and has two disc drives, one of which can play Blu-Ray discs.
The Alienware Area-51 is a great choice for anyone who wants to modify their PC in the future, whether they speak geek or not. What differentiates this PC from the others in Alienware’s newest line is that it’s designed for easy upgrading. Inside, you’ll find a strategic layout of internal components for easy user upgrades.
This new system includes a second door containing the hard drive storage compartment with cable‐free, dockable hard drive trays for convenient “lock and load” hard drive upgrades and additional internal lighting providing users an increased level of accessibility. The system also includesOverclocked Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor at 3.60GHz, Dual 1.8GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 videocards, and buyers have a chance to choose between two colors: Lunar Shadow and Cosmic Black.
As far as full-sized desktops go, this is Alienware’s most powerful. The case has a motorized front door, internal “theater” lighting, and an AlienFX lighting system. Inside, this machine comes equipped with Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition Quad Core Processor at 3.6GHz, Dual 1.8GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 videocards, supports up to 12 GB of DDR3 RAM, and 6 SATA2 hard drive bays so you can store your massive libraries of movies, music, and games. The unit stays cool with a copper cold‐plated liquid cooling unit, and a generous 1100 kilowatt power supply keeps everything up and running. If you get your hands on one of these, you’ll be envied by gamers the world over.
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