Dell Launches Alienware 15, 17, New G3 and G5 Notebooks Along With Latest All-in-One

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Dell has advanced its Alienware series of laptops in India by introducing the new Alienware 15 and Alienware 17. Besides this, Dell has also launched a new All-in-One along with new G3 and G5 notebooks. Interestingly, the Alienware 15 and 17 were announced way back in April, and now with this launch, they are finally ready to hit the shelves. The Alienware packs the processing prowess of Intel’s Core i9 processors, adding up to this configuration is the Alienware Cryo-Tech v2.0 cooling solution. Throughout the new Alienware range, Dell has embedded the laptops with Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics for best in class graphics while gaming.


Moving on to the pricing of the laptops, the Alienware 15 comes with a price tag of Rs. 1,46,890 and it will start selling on July 13 on Dell’s official website. The higher end Alienware 17 will be up for grabs starting July 6 with a price tag of Rs. 2,08,790. The next line-up by Dell which includes Dell G3-15 and G7-15 gaming laptops start at Rs. 80,990 and Rs. 1,24,690 respectively. These laptops will also be available online starting July 6. Lastly, the Inspiron 24 5000 AiO will also go live for sale on July 6th with a price tag of Rs 91,960.

Dell has laid its hands only on premium materials such as anodised aluminium and magnesium alloy along with copper thermal management to design its gaming laptops and notebooks. The laptops also come packed with Core i5, i7, and i9 processors options with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 for graphics. The memory configuration starts from 8GB of GDDR5. Lastly, thanks to the new amps which Dell has installed users will be able to experience a notched up audio experience. The keyboards on the gaming laptops also get an upgrade since now they come with upgraded Alienware TactX technology supports n-key rollover. The company claims of over 108 key commands on this keyboard. Both the Alienware debuts boast of 80 quadrillion lighting combinations via 13 unique programmable lighting zones with up to 20 unique colours. The display on the notebooks is 120Hz TN+WVA 400-nits display designed with Nvidia Gsync. Owing to the Alienware Graphics Amplifier, the laptop also lends support for external desktop graphics.

Talking about the new notebooks by Dell, the G3-15 and Dell G7-15 feature a 15-inch display. The Dell G3-15 comes packed with eighth-generation Intel Core processors paired with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI graphics. The two front-firing speakers supported by Waves MaxxAudio Pro make up for the quality audio experience. Additional features on the notebook include WASD, spill-resistant backlit keyboard and a thickness of 22.7mm. The colour options for this one will consist of Black, Recon Blue, and Alpine White.

The pricier and better Dell G7-15 will pack an eighth-generation Intel Core i9 processor paired with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics with Max-Q design technology. The laptop sports dual-fan cooling technology with large cooling vents. There is also a single-screw bay door on the G7 15 that will allow for easy servicing and tweaking of hardware without opening the entire chassis. Colour options for this model include Standard Black and Alpine White.

Lastly, Dell also debuted the Inspiron 24 5000, the AiO which sports dedicated 4GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 GPU along with 8th gen Intel Core i5-8400T processor. Dell is promising is excellent multitasking on the Inspiron 24 5000 AiO with its ability to very quickly move from one app to another while working on four different apps at once. In this AiO Dell ships a VESA compatible mount which will help the gamers in placing the laptop according to their convenience and need.

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