Alienware and Dell announced that it’s revamping their entire gaming laptop line this week at CES 2023. From ultra-thin to behemoth workstations, Alienware and Dell hope their newly designed laptops will grab your attention, no matter what your budget.
The M Series laptops are Alienware’s flagship laptops available in 16-inch and 18-inch models. That’s right, a massive 18-inch QHD+ (2560 x 1600) panel is available in 165Hz or FHD+ (1920 x 1200) at 480Hz in a 16:10 aspect ratio, giving you more on a screen than the typical 16:9.
The powerful m18 desktop replacement not only has a larger screen, but it also has plenty to offer on the hood. It will be available with Intel’s latest 13th Gen Core i9-13980HX processor and ‘next-gen’ Nvidia RTX laptop GPUs, presumably something from the RTX 40 series (opens in new tab) family.
AMD fans will be happy to know specs of the m18 will be available for purchase with AMD’s latest yet-to-be-announced Ryzen CPUs and Radeon GPUs. Alienware says the M-Series enhanced cooling will increase thermal capacity by 35% and airflow by 25%.
The high-end configurations of the Alienware m18 will launch “this winter” according to the press release, with prices starting at $2,899 in the US. Alienware will release entry-level models later this year at a more reasonable price of $2099.
The X-Series is Alienware’s thin luxury gaming notebook that is significantly thinner than the M-Series, with the x14 touted “as the world’s thinnest 14-inch gaming laptop,” according to the company, which is 0.57 inches thick.
The x14 will ship this winter with an RTX 3050, 4050 or 4060 GPU, starting at $1,799. If that’s a little too small for you, there’s the x16, the 16-inch model starting at $3,099. There will also be entry-level specs starting at $2,149
In terms of budget, Dell is releasing its G15 and G16 gaming laptops this spring for $849 and $1,499 respectively, in a number of fun colors.
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