Alienware’s new sleek and light weight 13 inch laptop and the big-brother futuristic Area-51 desktop are on sale beginning from tomorrow with the shipment starting in November.I am going to tell you the full specs .Let’s start with the Alienware 13 ,It’s cost is $ 999 .It comprises of a dual-core Core i5-4210U processor.To power it up it has a 8 GB of RAM,2 GB NVIDIA GeForce 860M GPU.For storage it has a 1 TB 5400 RPM disk.Now talking of the display it has a low resolution 1366 x 768 non-touch display.
It is a fully customizable laptop if you want you can step up to 16GB RAM or to a 2560 x 1440 touchscreen or to a 512 GB SSD storage .
What I felt that there are so many customizable options but did not gave any choice for the graphic card or for the CPU.This all things are packed up in slim package that has a weight around four and a half pound .Thickness is 1 inch.
Alienware 13 designs…
Now let me tell you about the Area-51.This desktop is priced $1699.Its power is captured in a six-core Intel i7-5820K processor,8 GB RAM,2TB 7200 RPM hard drive,a 2 GB AMD RadeonTM R9 270 GPU and a slot-loading DVD burner.The upgrade options are lot more in this as compared to the Alienware 13 laptop.If we talk about the CPU then the option is the six-core Intel Core i7-5930K processor(clocked at 3.5GHz) and also the 8 core Intel Core i7-5960X chip.This beast will be shipped in 8,16 or 32 GB memory slot.If we talk about storage then you can shift to 128GB SSD with 2 TB 7,200 RPM drive, a 256 GB SSD with a 4TB HDD or a 512GB solid-state drive and also with 4TB disk.
Now to talk of graphics. The Area-51 comes in single,double or triple GPU configurations. If you want the graphics then the options for upgrading are a a 3GB GTX 780,2GB NVIDIA GTX 770,4GB GTX 980,or GTX Titan Z. The dual card options are GTX 770 (2 x 2GB), the GTX 780 (2 x 3GB), the GTX 980 (2 x 4GB) or the Titan Z (2 x 12GB). The 3 card options include a NVIDIA and AMD cards (but mostly NVIDIA). There are GTX 980 (3 x 4GB),GTX 780 (3 x 3GB),GTX 770 (3 x 2GB) . If you like AMD then you can go for Radeon R9 290 X (3 x 4 GB). NVIDIA’s SLI technology is enabled onboard.