No doubt about it, CES 2019 has been heaven for gamers, with an epic line-up of gaming laptops. Dell also entered the arena and unveiled the spectacular new alienware Area-51m, a gaming laptop with PC-level customization.
According to Alienware co-founder Frank Azor, “go build us a monster, and see what you can do” was the design brief for Alienware engineers and, looking at the result, they definitely delivered.
The 17.3-inch display is available in four different IPS options – 60Hz, 60 Hz with Nvidia G-Synch tech, 1440Hz with Tobii eye-tracking and 1440Hz with eye-tracking AND G-Sync.
The customization doesn’t end at surface level. The Alienware Area 51-M supports the high-end Intel Core processors destined for laptops, including the powerhouse i9-9900K, and can be outfitted with the GeForce RTX 2080. With up to 64 GB of RAM using four SO-DIMM slots and multiple NVMe M.2 SSDs plus the option for a SATA drive, this is essentially a gaming PC disguised as a laptop.
The main part that catches the eye of the Area-51m, the exhaust, is fitted with Alienware Cryo-Tech v2.0 with dual intakes, dual exhaust and copper fin stacks.
Because it uses socketed desktop processors and a custom GPU module, the Alienware Area-51m is also upgrade ready, solving a problem that has long plagued laptops.
The Alienware Area-51m lands on January 29th in two color options just as otherworldly named – Lunar Light and Dark Side of the Moon, starting at $2,549.
Until then, you can feast on your eyes on the teardown provided by Alienware and see Alienware what’s inside the beast. Or you can check out Alienware’s other new gaming laptops.Also read: ✍Acer Triton 900 Is A Show Stopper 2-in-1 Gaming Laptop✍