When it comes to monitors, the majority of displays out there come with a standard base refresh rate of 60Hz. There are some that are designed for gamers that offer up faster refresh rates like 144Hz, but in case that’s still not enough for your needs, you might want to check out Alienware’s latest monitor offering.
We had a first look at the new Dell / Alienware 55-inch OLED Gaming Monitor, and we came away impressed with this world’s first.
A lot of the gaming laptops that we’re seeing in the market today can come across a bit garish, what with their sharp angular designs and glowing RGBs. However, we get it, but in case you wanted a gaming laptop that didn’t look too obvious, Alienware might have something for you with its new m15 and m17 gaming laptops.
Ubergizmo's Best of CES 2019Editor's Pick
Goodbye CES 2019, this was Ubergizmo’s 14th CES! It was difficult to navigate the avalanche of new products and technologies announced there. Including the pre-show work, it took out a huge chunk of December and all of the Holidays, but the chips have fallen, and here are the best products and technologies we’ve seen at CES 2019, in no particular order!
Laptops designed to be desktop replacements can be really interesting to look at, and the new Alienware Area 51m is certainly the most interesting design we’ve seen at CES for now.
Although the Alienware M15 was launched in October 2018, Dell/Alienware is already announcing an updated version with more powerful components, most notably with a faster graphics processor (GPU).
Dell’s gaming notebook series Alienware has finally come out with a thin and light gaming laptop. Many of its competitors from the likes of ASUS and Razer have all slimmed down and shed serious weight, coming in under five pounds. The Alienware m15 is catching up with slimmer bezels on its 15-inch display. The company is calling the m15 its “lightest and thinnest” laptop yet.
Gamers these days are spoilt for choice when it comes to gaming headsets, but in case you’re looking for more options to choose from, you might be interested to learn that Alienware has announced a new gaming headset ahead of E3 2018 in the form of the aptly named Alienware Wireless Headset.
Going on holiday is usually a relaxing thing to do, but different people have different ways of relaxing, and if playing games is your way to taking a load off, then the Hilton hotel in Panama might be worth checking out. Why, you ask? This is because the hotel has furnished a room complete with Alienware hardware.
Alienware has unveiled a new lineup of gaming accessories at the E3 2017 gaming convention in Los Angeles. The new lineup includes a gaming monitor, new mice, and keyboards. The Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor may not be as swanky as some of the other gaming monitors that we’ve seen at E3 this year but it’s certainly going to get the job done for someone who is not looking to spend […]
At CES 2017 Alienware (a Dell brand) is announcing a trio of new Gaming Laptops, including 17, 15 and 13 inches display sizes. The star of the show was the powerful Alienware 17, which comes with a host of design and technical features that make it a computer worthy of attention. Some of these traits are shared with the 15 and 13 inches models, but not all.
Virtual reality gaming appears to be the way of the future, but unfortunately to power a VR headset like the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive requires some serious hardware. The good news for those of you lazy to build your own rig is that Dell’s Alienware division has announced a trio of new laptops that they claim are VR ready.
Dell first introduced the Alienware gaming PC back in 2012. It managed to package a robust gaming PC in a console-like form factor and created a product that won multiple awards and was loved by many gamers across the globe. Today, it’s saying farewell to the Alienware X51 gaming PC. Dell has officially discounted sales of the Alienware X51.
The advantages to using the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift is that because they are powered by our computers, they tend to be more powerful and feature rich due to the resources they have access to. This is versus the Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard/Daydream, and so on where they are powered by our phones.