New Alienware Product Line has 6th Gen CPUs And 64 GB RAM
At E3 2016 Alienware showcased three new systems. Including a 13 inch OLED notebook, the new version of the Alpha Steam machine, a new Aurora desktop and a new Area 51 desktops. The New Alienware Product line is a significant improvement over the last one. In case of desktop they have made significant improvement to the hardware while keeping the size the same.
Alienware 13 OLED
The 13 inch OLED was shown at E3 2016. The OLED screen is better and sharper than the previous LED screen and has better quality. The difference is very clear and the improvement is significant. The display is 1440p and is a thing of beauty. Dell also claims that the display has the least response time than any offered in the market right now. The display is from Samsung and we already know how great looking their screens are.
Inside the chassis is the powerful 3.16GHz i7 6500U CPU you can also get up to 16GB of DDR3L RAM and you can choose between either a 2GB GDDR5 GTX 960 or a 4GB GDDR5 GTX 965. The device also supports Alienware Graphics Amplifier so you can have even more power when it is docked. The device starts at $1,299.
Alienware Alpha R2
Next in the new Alienware product line is the Apha R2. The Alienware steam machine has also been upgraded. It now has the latest Intel Core CPU, an option for M.2 SSD storage and you can get up to 16GB of RAM. The base version comes equipped with a 2 GB GDDR Radeon R9 M470X, while the higher end version you get a 4GB of GDDR5 GeForce GTX 960. This device starts at $599.
Aurora R5, Area 51 R2
The desktop Alienware product line has some major improvements. The Aurora R5 has a 6th generation Intel chip along with the option of up to 64GB DDR4 RAM as compared to 32GB that was being offered for desktops before. You can also choose between a pair of GPUs, yes this includes the GTX 1080. You also have massive SSD storage and water cooling if you want it. The PC starts at $799.
The Area 51 R2 has the same iconic triangular design as the previous one but houses better hardware while still having the same form factor. There is a liquid cooled Intel i7 Broadwell-e CPU along with DDR4 memory and you can choose between either Nvidia SLI or AMD Crossfire technology with up to 3-way crossfire configuration. Price starts at $1,699 but expect to pay more for the fully powered configuration.
This concludes the New Alienware product line shown at E3 2016.