Available in three display options.
Gaming hardware company Alienware is one-upping itself in the gaming laptop race with its thinnest machine yet, the 13.3-inch Alienware 13 range, available in a trio of different display options.
The Alienware 13 series is powered by NVIDIA 860 GTX graphics, Intel Core i processors and up to 16GB DDR3. Storage-wise it has the ability to support two SSDs. The 4.5 pound, 1-inch thick body is quite a shave down from the beefy Alienware 14, which hit the market last year at 1.6-inches thick and roughly 6 pounds. You can check it out in the unboxing video below.
Alienware’s latest entry in the gaming laptop race sports an Alienware TACTX keyboard and Klipsch audio and houses Killer 802.11ac tech for connectivity. It also features Alienware Command Center 4.0 / AlienFX and supports Windows 8.1, 8.1 Pro, and 7 Pro.
The Alienware 13 will be available in three display options. The base option features a 1,366 by 768 display with 200 nits, TN-panel and 45 percent colour gamut. The middle tier offers a 1,920 by 1,080 resolution screen with 350 nits, IPS-panel, 72 percent color gamut and double-wide viewing angles. The highest resolution model touts a 2,560 by 1440 display with 400 nits, IPS-panel, 72 percent color gamut, double-wide viewing angles and touch technology.Alienware is yet to announce the release dates and prices of the Alienware 13, so stay tuned.
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