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Alienware 15 and 17 mark Dell's first VR-ready gaming laptops with brand new design

Alienware 15 and 17 mark Dell's first VR-ready gaming laptops with brand new design Alienware has finally brought some much needed agility and versatility to its 15- and- 17-inch gaming laptops. Both notebooks have received a massive overhaul not just in components but chassis design and unique features. For starters Dell's gaming division has drawn liberal inspiration from competitors like Gigabyte's Aorus series of notebooks but while maintaining a very obvious identity. The new design sees the screen hinge move a few millimeters forward toward the keyboard deck making room for far larger heat vents in the rear and thus an overall thinner profile by nearly 25% Alienware claims. The storied PC gaming firm also opted to improve its keyboard with a set of TactX keys cribbed from its own lineup of desktop gaming keyboards. The new keys offer a deeper 2.2mm of travel for punchier feedback and N-Key rollover a feature that better registers simultaneous keystrokes to alleviate "ghosting" or unregistered keystrokes. There's plenty to love on the inside too Take solace in knowing that the new 15 and 17 laptops will come packing the range of Nvidia's latest 1000 series of GeForce GTX graphics chips and Intel Skylake processors up to Core i7 (with dynamic overclocking). You might not need that Alienware Graphics Amplifier for that much longer as Nvidia's latest mobile chips can handle VR gaming with ease. Adding to the power profile both versions of the laptop will feature up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM running at up to 2667MHz for snappy multi-tasking. Also coming standard on both laptops are HD webcams with IR sensors for Windows Hello login. But the 17-inch can come packing Tobii eye-tracking optics like those found in the MSI GT72S G Tobii. The 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch notebooks will both house 1920 x 1080 displays with in-plane switching (IPS) and up to 300 nits of brightness. (Plus optional 120Hz Nvidia G-Sync screens will be on offer.) The two laptops will be powered by 68 Watt-hour batteries with optional 99Whr versions with Alienware rating the latter for 7 hours of battery life in the 17-inch model. All of this will come in an anodized aluminum frame with touches of magnesium alloy all steel-reinforced and with copper thermal piping. But here's the rub: Alienware isn't yet talking price or availability. Though "sometime before the holidays" seems all but a given. A third but not least close encounter Alienware would be remiss to mention nothing of its most iconic gaming laptop the Alienware 13. While not much what we know is that the new version of the 13.3-inch notebook will hit the market in November 20% thinner than it was before and housing the latest Nvidia Pascal graphics. Alienware's latest gaming laptops could be the ones to beat through mid-2017 but stay tuned here for more news on these throughout autumn and ultimately our full review(s). Now that you've got the hardware here are the best VR games Gaming News

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Jide Remix Mini review

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