Dell will launch a brand new line of gaming offerings with the Alienware X-Series, featuring the thinnest profile of any Alienware gaming laptop to date.
The new line of products will hit the market sometime towards the end of 2021, uses an innovative new cooling solution and is packed with “patent pending technology”.
The new X-Series will use Alienware’s new quad-fan setup which, according to Dell, creates “a dedicated airflow with evacuation fans and two opposing exhaust fans.”
The company has come up with an innovative new “Gallium-Silicon Thermal Interface Material” to keep things nice and cool. The new thermal material, puzzled as element 31, likely offers a reduction in thermal resistance, which allows heat to be distributed more efficiently than previous Alienware models.
Other details are still quite rare, but the laptops are expected to use the 11th generation Intel Core chips as well as Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs.
As the thinnest gaming laptop Alienware has ever made, the new X-Series should be something you can look at – and that’s likely why it will be announced separately. In fact, it seems so full of new technology that the full details will be officially released on June 1st on the Alienware Update Twitch Stream.
Nothing has been confirmed in terms of pricing, but don’t expect it to be cheap.
Separately, Dell has also introduced the 11th generation Intel Core H-series mobile processors for the Alienware m15 R6 and Dell G15. Both models are equipped with laptop GPUs from the Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series.
For extreme performance, you can choose up to 8 Core Core i9-11900H chips. You can also opt for the Alienware m15 R6 in 15-inch screens with FHD 360 Hz, QHD 240 Hz and FHD 165 Hz.
The models have an HDMI 2.1 port for connection to 4K displays and have ultra-fast Wi-Fi 6 for internet connection.