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Dell retires Alienware X51 line, Aurora, Alpha to carry on

Dell retires Alienware X51 line, Aurora, Alpha to carry on

It appears Android tablets aren't the only ones getting the boot over at Dell. The PC maker has just revealed that it is putting to rest the rather young gaming PC line that brought it much attention in the past years. After just four years, the Alienware X51 is being put to pasture. Dell naturally gives no reason in its eulogy for its demise, only that it was time to pass on the baton. To whom? To two PCs that couldn't be any more different from the X51.

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Alienware unveils four new gaming products at E3

Alienware unveils four new gaming products at E3

Alienware has taken the wraps off four new gaming products at E3, including a new Alienware Alpha desktop, a new full-tower Area-51 desktop, the Alienware 13 gaming laptop with a high-contrast OLED, and the Alienware Aurora. The company, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, will make the new roster of products available starting tomorrow.

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First Oculus Ready PCs revealed: bundle packs aplenty

First Oculus Ready PCs revealed: bundle packs aplenty

The first wave of Oculus Rift headsets are slated to start shipping next month. And if you've got one on pre-order, then it's probably about time you start thinking about your PC. If you've got an older machine, it likely won't be able to keep up with the demands of VR. And that's why Oculus has partnered with a few different companies to ship “Oculus Ready PCs.”

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Alienware refreshes its lineup with Intel Skylake chips

Alienware refreshes its lineup with Intel Skylake chips

It has barely been less than year since Alienware launched the Alienware 13, 15, and 17 laptops and just about a month since the company flaunted its wares at PAX Prime 2015. But with the launch of Intel's sixth generation Core i processors, there is much reason to want for more. Fortunately, Alienware is taking that opportunity to refresh its PC lineup, giving its desktop and laptops not a fresh coating but a fresh new heart thanks to Intel's new, more gaming-friendly Skylake processor generation.

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Alienware X51 R3 brings in Intel Skylake, liquid cooling

Alienware X51 R3 brings in Intel Skylake, liquid cooling

It has been a year since we've last seen the Dell's Alienware X51 gaming desktop, back then in its R2 incarnation. And while that classy gaming box didn't exactly sweep us off our feet, this newest one just might. Yes, on the eve of PAX Prime, Dell has announced the new Alienware X51 R3. As you might have expected, this one boasts of the latest and choicest components, which in this case means a 6th gen Intel Skylake processor, support for a Graphics Amplifier, and for the first time ever, liquid cooling.

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Dell announces the limited edition Alienware 18

Dell announces the limited edition Alienware 18

It's been more than two years since we've heard the name "Alienware 18" in the context of a new product, but Dell seems to be quite invested to revive what it bills to be a legendary gaming beast. At least for a limited time only. Naturally, the laptop has been updated with some of the choicest hardware components as far laptop gaming is concerned, giving it the same treatment that it did for the new Alienware 15 and 17 notebooks that it announced early this year.

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Unreal wants you to mod dinosaur world with the ARK Dev Kit

Unreal wants you to mod dinosaur world with the ARK Dev Kit

This week the folks at Studio Wildcard and Epic Games have teamed up with Alienware to encourage creative folks to go wild in dinosaur-land. In the world of ARK, that is, a video game where the ancient world and the modern world mix in an absolutely wild open world environment. To begin, users need to sign up for a free Unreal account and download the ARK Dev Kit - which is no small task due to its size.

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Intel Skylake Unlocked processors revealed for gamers

Intel Skylake Unlocked processors revealed for gamers

Gamescom 2015 plays host to Intel's newest collection of processor technology aimed directly at gamers. Availability of unlocked Intel Core i7-6700K and Intel Core i5-6600K desktop processors and supporting Intel Z170 chipsets have been pushed by Intel at one of the biggest gaming conventions of the year. These processors are targeted "especially at gamers and overclockers." These processors roll with full DDR4 memory support for the first time on "mainstream" desktop platforms and work with full range base-clock for super fine tuning.

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Dell outs new Alienware, Inspiron notebooks for gamers, makers

Dell outs new Alienware, Inspiron notebooks for gamers, makers

Taking advantage of the energy going around at CES 2015 this week, Dell has dropped quite a number of new notebooks and PCs covering the needs of a wide range of professionals and computer users. Among the large batch of names and models, two lines stand out for those that want squeeze in every bit of performance and quality for games, multimedia, and content creation. The new Alienware 15 and 17 deliver the gaming brand's thinnest notebooks yet while the new Inspiron 15 7000 and 5000 offer UHD viewing, with a bit of RealSense camera magic on the side.

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Alienware Alpha ships, still no SteamOS in sight

Alienware Alpha ships, still no SteamOS in sight

Those who have pre-ordered Alienware's foray into the almost oxymoronic realm of "living room PC gaming" now have something to look forward to in the coming days. Dell has announced that the Alienware Alpha is now shipping to those early adopters and can also be bought online as well as from select retail partners. Some of that crowd, however, might be disappointed to hear that the gaming rig is indeed not shipping with SteamOS, considering Valve is quite behind schedule, and instead runs completely on Windows 8.1
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Alienware 13 and Graphics Amplifier: merging the powerful and portable

Alienware 13 and Graphics Amplifier: merging the powerful and portable

Alienware is targeting gamers who want the best of both worlds: a portable gaming machine that is powerful enough for when they're out and about (or just chilling in the recliner), and a powerful machine for when they need all the performance they can get. In comes the Alienware 13 laptop and the Graphics Amplifier, which complements the laptop by boosting its performance to desktop levels via graphics card innards. The company has also dropped some details about its Area-51 flagship gaming rig.

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Alienware Area-51: The gaming desktop just got wilder

Alienware Area-51: The gaming desktop just got wilder

Alienware has revealed its latest flagship gaming PC, the Area-51, using Intel's new Core i7 Extreme processors in a striking triangular form-factor. Inside, as we found out when we caught up with Alienware to try out the Area-51, there's space for three full-sized, double-width graphics cards too, plus lashings of DDR4 RAM. The Area-51 isn't just about cranking up the level of performance from the top-end of Alienware's range, though, it's also about introducing a whole new aesthetic, this time dubbed "EPIC".

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