It’s been long since when the inception of the beast, Area 51, from Alienware, took place that was way back in 2006, but soon the market sorted it out of the league. However, it is now back in the market and has created a benchmark in its segment. Totally different from its predecessors, with its unconventional design and an unusual makeover, embedded with futuristic looks it has become a machine to die for all the gamers around the globe.
Unlike traditional rectangular and boxy design, Alienware has come up with all new different machine which is a triple-bay hexagon.
As we all know, the legacy Alienware desktop has made this machine pioneer in the field of PC Gaming. When it was first launched back in the year 2009, it came along with some breathtaking technologies like “Active Venting Technology,” “Alienware Command Centre Technology” and Thermal Controls made this powerful machine an icon in its segment.
But this was just the beginning, as its final punch came in the year 2014, which blew the PC Gaming arena apart with technologies that were unheard before this machine came into existence. It has Ground-breaking shape, which according to Alienware, is for ergonomics and superior cooling. Its jaw-dropping graphics capabilities can support upto mind-melting 11520×2160 resolution across triple Ultra HD 4K monitors and is designed to support quad GPU configurations.
It comes with 6-core and 8-core Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme processor options that come factory overclocked and made possible with the new Intel X99 Express chipset alongside 2133Mhz DDR4 memory — up to 32GB in quad channel. It enables the performance of SSD with the storage capacity of HDD. Plus, to reduce lag and to prioritize streaming video and gaming, 802.11ac – the latest wireless technology.
All in all, it is expected to give an unmatched and unparalleled gaming experience, but the truth is yet to be seen.