Alienware have today announced their new Alienware 13″ gaming laptop with portable Graphics Amplifier. The Graphics Amplifier provides 375W of desktop gaming performance while at home while the laptop provides great performance as well while on the go. “Until now, gamers have had to make some really hard decisions and compromises when they are looking for their next gaming system. Do you choose the raw power and performance of a desktop, or do you need the portability and battery life to game wherever they choose?” Said Frank Azor, General Manager of Alienware.
The Alienware 13 features a Core i5 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M dedicated graphics card with 2GB of RAM. The laptop has been redesigned with an aerospace-inspired carbon fiber chassis and is Alienwares thinnest laptop computer on offer. The Graphics Amplifier offers a chassis for gamers to house a full size NVIDIA or AMD graphics card up to 375W of power. The Graphics Amplifier connects to the Alienware 13 laptop using a dedicated PCI Express port offering the maximum amount of bandwidth.
The Alienware 13 and Graphics Amplifier are available to be pre-ordered now. Prices for the Alienware 13 start at $1,599 and $349 for the Graphics Amplifier.
Additionally, Alienware also announced the return of the Area-51 desktop computer. The flagship desktop is available to be completely configured to specification. However, every Area-51 desktop features a six or eight core Haswell-E Core i7 K-series processor, DDR4 RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, Dual Band WiFi, liquid cooling and Windows 8.1.The new Triad design by Alienware offers exceptional passive cooling for the components inside and offers convenient chassis design for modification.
The Area-51 desktop computer starts at $2,999 and is available to pre-order from today.