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Old 9th January 2019, 11:19   #1
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Desktop-class hardware

Tin box shifter, Dell has unveiled its latest desktop-replacement class notebook, the new Alienware Ar ea-51m which is more of a desktop in a laptop.

Unlike most other notebooks, Area-51m is being offered with desktop-class hardware including Intel's Core i9-9900K and Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080.

The Area-51m also supports up to 64GB of RAM via quad SO-DIMM slots, multiple NVMe M.2 solid state drives and a SATA drive can be installed, and numerous 17.3" display options will be available as well, including a 144Hz IPS G-SYNC model.

The Alienware Area-51m is also upgradeable, thanks to the use of socketed desktop processors and a custom GPU module.

The machine comes in two colour options, Lunar Light and Dark Side of the Moon (we guess the latter is only for Chinese Pink Floyd fans)

Alienware co-founder Frank Azor told The Verge that the Area-51m was designed to usher in both a new era for the longtime gaming PC company as well as the PC gaming world at large.

“We told our engineers, ‘‘Go build us a monster, and see what you can do.’ And they came back with the Area-51m. This is absolutely not a mass-market machine,” says Azor.

Due to the customisable nature of the Area-51m, you can technically slot in any Intel chip that’s compatible with Intel’s Z390 chipset, and the graphics card is theoretically user-upgradable as well.
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