Alienware announced High-Performance Monitors, Keyboards & Mice

Alienware has announced its gaming monitors, keyboards, mice with signature premium design, Alienware Area-51 desktop, and updated Alienware 15 notebook with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Max-Q. The new AW2518H is a 24.5-inch 1080p monitor comes with a fast 240Hz native refresh rate and 1ms response time (1080p). The monitor supports a TN panel with 400 nits brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio.

The monitor is available in two flavors: the AW2518H, which features Nvidia’s G-Sync technology and will retail at $699, and the AW2518HF, a $499 FreeSync variant. Check out more Alienware products below.

Alienware Area-51

Intel and AMD’s new multi-core processors available in two new versions of Alienware Area-51, for the best experiences geared towards gamers who create or creators who game.  Each is excellent choices for Megatasking, streaming games as well.  If you can picture yourself gaming, recording and broadcasting your game while running a render or deeply immersed in VR or with multiple 4K displays running concurrently, these are the gaming PCs for you.  They’re powered by Intel’s Core™ X-Series or AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper – marking Alienware’s first 16-core/32-thread Area-51.

Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard

    • Blending gamer-friendly design features and intuitive software, the Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard with optional palm rest delivers a premium gaming experience at an affordable value. Featuring mechanical keys with brown switches, with more precise, responsive and consistent keystrokes with five keys dedicated for macro commands that give gamers a competitive edge. Personalizing the gaming experience, Alienware’s sophisticated software, Alienware Control Center, allows gamers the ability to configure all keys to desired commands. Available in the U.S. June 13, concurrent with E3: Advanced Gaming Keyboard ($89.99 USD).

Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard

    • The Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard with optional palm rest exemplifies all the essential design components of the Advanced Gaming Keyboard and elevates the engineering innovation with dedicated volume roller and 13 zone-based RGB AlienFX backlit lighting options. A keystroke can mean the difference between winning and losing, and onboard memory adds a new level of intelligent options for assigning keystroke combinations ultimately increasing efficiency to command and conquer opponents. Available in the U.S. June 13, concurrent with E3: Pro Gaming Keyboard ($119.99 USD).

Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse

  • Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse
      Fusing ergonomic design for increased comfort and intelligent software with gaming-grade performance, the Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse offers multiple configurations with on-the-fly DPI to switch between precision and speed style gameplay. Outfitted with nine unique buttons for in-game customization. Available in the U.S June 13, concurrent with E3: Advanced Gaming Mouse ($49.99 USD).

Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse

Further enhancing the premium gaming experience, Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse incorporates all the game-ready innovation of its capable sibling, and leverages advanced custom ability innovation with swappable grips, up to 13 programmable buttons, perfect for MMOs like World of Warcraft and four variable levels of weight adjustment providing ultimate control over cursor precision and movement speed to dominate opponents. Available in the U.S. June 13, concurrent with E3: Advanced Gaming Mouse ($89.99 USD).

Alienware 15 to offer NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with Max-Q design

Alienware-15-sihmarAlienware 15 will offer the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with Max-Q technology operating at the GPUs highest performance configuration of 110 watts starting June 27. Alienware’s adoption of Max-Q technology provides the highest performance in a 15.6” laptop for PC gaming, VR and other applications that continue Alienware’s tradition of designing innovative systems with the latest technology.

The Alienware 15 features a full support for gaming peripherals and VR headsets. Game longer with a 99Whr battery, while fully immersed in AlienFX lighting with a keyboard optimized for competitive gamers. Available in the U.S. June 27.

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