This time with curvature
Dell's gaming sub-brand has released several products lately. During IFA 2017, the company has unveiled two additional gaming displays with a 34-inch diagonal. The AW3418DW is an ultra-wide display with a 1900R curvature and a resolution of 3440 x 1440, while the AW3418HW offers a 3800R curvature and a resolution of 2560 x 1080. Both displays come with support for NVIDIA G-Sync and sport high refresh rates.
Finally available but only in Asia
Alienware has expanded its monitor lineup with another model, featuring a 25-inch VA panel with 1920 x 1080 FullHD resolution. The grey-to-grey response time is 1ms and the refresh rate 240Hz. Apart from that this monitor will be available with either Nvidia G-Sync (AW2518H) or AMD FreeSync, (AW2518HF) support built-in. According to the latest rumors, the AW2518H is already available in Asia for 49'800 Yen which is roughly $399 US or 399 Euro.
With G-Sync or Freesync
Alienware has expanded its monitor lineup with another model, featuring a 25-inch VA panel with 1920 x 1080 FullHD resolution. The grey-to-grey response time is 1ms and the refresh rate is up to 240Hz. Apart from that this monitor will be available with either Nvidia G-Sync (AW2518H) or AMD FreeSync, (AW2518HF) support built-in.
Up to 16 cores
Based on AMD Radeon RX 480
The new version of Alienware 13
Formerly a Steam Machine
External graphics card dock for Alienware 13 notebook
In addition to the new Alienware Area 51 desktop which was showcased during PAX East as well as availability of its earlier announced Alienware 13 notebook, Dell-owned Alienware has announced a rather interesting Graphics Amplifier device, which is basically an external PCI-Express graphics card dock.
Meet the Alienware 13 with GTX 860M GPU
Offers US $150 off to celebrate
US $549 priced Steam Machine
Least profitable system they ever sold
When Valve officially unveiled its Steam Machines systems back in January, a lot of manufacturers have jumped right on it and have announced their own version, including Dell with its Alienware Steam Machine. Apparently, this will be the least profitable system Alienware ever had and the company is only making it to stay on Valve's good side.
Over Watch Dogs resolutions
Earlier this week, Ubisoft has finally revealed that the Watch Dogs will be running at 792p on the Xbox One and 900p on the Playstation 4 and today, Alienware has threw a rather good punch at both "next-gen consoles" saying that it is better to enjoy the Watch Dogs on a PC at up to 4K resolution and with all the bells and whistles and some parts of its comment really makes sense.
A glimmer of hope
New model every 12 months
Steam Machines definitely made quite a noise during Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas held earlier this month and Alienware's model was certainly one of the more interesting ones announced. Although most of Alienware pre-built systems are actually upgradeable, this will not be the case with Alienware Steam Machine.
Spill the beans at Steam Dev Days
Although it has already announced its version of the Steam Machine earlier at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company did not reveal any details regarding the specifications or the actual availability date. During Valve's Steam Dev Days, global marketing director at Dell's Alienware spilled the beans by saying tha the Alienware Steam Machine is planned to be ready for the holiday season.
Smallest Alienware desktop gets an update