Alienware: Dell Alienware announces two AMD Ryzen-powered gaming laptops – Times of India
Gaming brand Alienware has introduced the redesigned Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 and Dell G15 Ryzen Edition, both outfitted with Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs. The Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 is available in the US with select configurations on April 20 starting at $2229.99. In addition to the Dell G15 Ryzen Edition available in the US on May 4, starting at $899.99, a new Dell G15 with 10th Gen Intel Core processors will also become available in the US on April 13, starting at $899.99.
The new m15 comes with a 15-inch display and gamers can select up to QHD 240Hz or FHD 360Hz panels. And as the first Legend 2.0-based Alienware notebook, gamers will be drawn closer into the gameplay thanks to a new design feature called Dark Core, which darkens the interior shade of the laptop to minimise distractions and keep your head in the game. All this is powered by technologies, including up to AMD Ryzen 5000 H-Series mobile processors and user-upgradeable 3200Mhz DDR4 memory.
The laptop also comes with an optional mechanical keyboard co-developed with Cherry MX for creating a distinctive typing experience and supports per-key RGB lighting.
Dell G15 Ryzen Edition
Dell is helping to bring AAA gameplay to the masses with the new 15-inch Dell G15 Ryzen Edition. The laptop will come in four new finishes including Dark Shadow Grey, Specter Green with Speckles, and Phantom Grey with Speckles, with Obsidian Black coming later this spring.
It comes with a two-sided, narrow-bezel screen, and uses low VOC waterborne paint. On the inside, the new G15 is outfitted with an Alienware-inspired thermal design to maximise airflow for optimal cooling and heat dissipation.
The laptop is powered by up to AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors, Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series laptop GPUs and user-upgradeable 3200Mhz DDR4 memory. “Game Shift,” a functional key unique to G Series which to increase the cooling performance, 120Hz or 165Hz panels, with a 360Hz display coming later this spring; all featuring low-blue-light display hardware.