Dell launches the most powerful gaming laptops with Haswell processors in Alienware 18, Alienware 17 and Alienware 14
Bluetooth 16 Jun 2013

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Yesterday, Dell Singapore launched their latest gaming laptops Alienware 14, 17 and 18 at Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore. Powered by the new Intel Haswell – 4th generation Intel Core processors making it the 3 laptops the most powerful laptops available in the market today.

The 3 systems feature a bold new design and extraordinary performance, uniquely engineered to deliver the ultimate gaming experience. The 3 models comes in 3 different sizes, 14, 17 and 18 inches. The Alienware 14 is for the enthusiast gamer who requires a laptop that provides enough performance for any task, yet is mobile enough to fit into a backpack; the Alienware 17 for an immersive, graphics-intensive experience with the latest technologies for desktop-grade performance; and the Alienware 18, the ultimate gaming laptop that commands respect among top gamers for its unparalleled performance and construction.



All three laptops feature a new, iconic, angular design that takes its cues from jet engines and stealth bombers with an anodized aluminum shell and magnesium alloy body. The latest laptops are exceptionally durable, with over 60 percent of the main mechanical components made of various metals. The keyboard is protected by a reinforced plate to ensure a solid typing experience, while the travel and responsiveness is specifically designed with gamers’ needs in mind. Based on customer feedback, the new Alienware 14 now features an anti-glare LCD display with wide viewing angles for reflection-free gaming in nearly any lighting condition, including a premium Full HD panel option with IPS. For 3D gaming enthusiasts, the Alienware 17 has an optional 3D panel for an immersive visual experience, while the Alienware 18 will feature a Full HD display with PLS wide viewing-angle technology.

Together with the Intel Core 4th generation processor Haswell, the units comes with it’s own discrete NVIDIA GeForce 700 series graphics and low voltage DDR3 for increased battery life. The laptops now provide support for up to three storage drives on the Alienware 14, and up to four storage drives on the Alienware 17 and 18. The Alienware 18 also features NVIDIA SLI dual graphics an and overclocked processor running at 4.3GHz. For better ping time, the Ethernet uses Qualcomms’ Killer network. The audio is enhanced with Klipsch speakers and Dolby Home Theater v4 audio.

By Harry