If you’re a serial gamer, then you can bank on the new Alienware X14 laptop which to date is the thinnest from the company and features a moderate 14-inch display.
The size makes it easy to haul around and game on the go compared to other humongous Alienware laptops on the market.
The new laptop will follow in line with the existing X15 and X17 models. Its size means it has a longer battery life and sports USB-C for charging.
According to a release note, the Alienware X14 will sport the latest 12th gen Intel processor and make use of the same materials seen on other high-end Alienware X series models.
Unlike bigger gaming laptops, the Alienware X14 only uses a dual-fan setup due to its size. It will also not offer some extreme bleeding-edge spec options too.
At US$1,799, the Alienware X14 will be made globally available soon.
AMD-Powered Alienware M-series
Then there is also another Alienware lineup called the M series all of which will get a number of interesting updates.
For example, the Alienware M17 R5 will get a Ryzen processor and a Radeon graphics card. Thanks to its size, this will be a beasty gaming device. It will also be made available by spring of 2022 with a base price of US$1,599.
The new M15 R7 is available in both AMD and Intel configurations, all with NVIDIA graphics. Also available in spring 2022, priced from $1,499 (AMD) and $2,099 (Intel).
Another cool thing is the fact that all Alienware machines in 2022 will feature Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision as standard, and that includes the new X14 and the M-series models.
The world’s first quantum-Dot OLED gaming montor
Another amazing gaming display from Alienware is its massive 34-inch quantum-dot OLED gaming monitor.
The display’s peak brightness can reach a blinding 1000-nits and has an interesting 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio and VESA DisplayHDR TrueBlack 400 certification.
The display has a 1800R curve, a 0.1ms gray to gray, and a native super-fast 175Hz refresh rate when using the Display Port.
The release date is expected to be by March 29th in North America and the Asia Pacific while it will hit stores in the UK by April 5th.
As for the asking price, Alienware is still deliberating on how much they should charge per unit.