Alienware, Dell’s premium gaming label, is launching updates for its m15 and m17 gaming laptops and bringing them up to speed with the sleek design it debuted back at CES 2019.
Both the m15 and m17 that appeared today at Computex 2019 strongly resemble the gorgeous Area-51m gaming laptop that stole the show at CES and marked Alienware’s distancing from their usual, gaming-oriented design (think black and green and being extra with RGB).
As with previous iterations of the m15 and m17, the differences between both gaming laptops are in terms of screen size and display options.
The m15 is available with 15-inch screens in either 1080p at 60 Hz, 144 Hz, or 240 Hz or the OLED 4K 60 Hz panel.
Those who chose a 1080p 240 Hz or an 4K 60 Hz model will also get Tobii eyetracking, a premiere for 15-inch laptops.
For those who orient themselves to the larger m17 there are only two options in town – 1080p at 60 Hz or 1080p at 144 Hz with Tobii eyetracking.
Launching on June 11, the Alienware m15 and m17 will start at $1,499.