Alienware was in full support at E3 this year, showing off some of their latest products to the press and possible consumers with the new line of products on the way. We got to sit in on a new presentation for some of the gear and were digging on what they had to offer int he coming months.
First up is the Advanced Gaming Keyboard, equipped with KaiHua brown mechanical switches and an ambient LED lighting scheme underneath. Of course, you get a volume roller onboard memory for macros and backlight keys. This will run you about $120.
Next up are a couple of mice in the Advanced and Elite Gaming Mouse. You get a series of configurable buttons (more on the Elite model), quick DPI switching custom LED lighting, detachable parts and adjustable weights, adjustment and on hand length. You’ll get more quality materials on the Elite brand than the Advanced, it’ll just depend on what kind of gamer you want to be.
The next item is the new 25 Gaming Monitor, which shows off in 1920 x 1080 resolution, 1-milisecond response timing, and 240Hz refresh rate. The regular model will be $500 while the AMD FreeSync will run you $700o that includes Nvidia’s G-Sync. They also have a lovely LED light on the back, which makes me wonder if some developers will customize games to work with the backlighting and set the mood in the room.
The biggest reveal from Alienware was their new Area-51 Threadripper Edition desktop. The gaming core will come with a 16-core/32-thread AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor, along with a custom CPU liquid cooling system. for quick heating displacement. This comes as Alienware will be the exclusive OEM launch partner. Overall, if you’re an Alienware user, you got a lot of awesome items to look forward to.
(Last Updated June 16, 2017 12:38 pm )