Dell and Alienware Announce New Gaming PCs and Monitors

August 31, 2017

Today at IFA, Dell and Alienware have announced a new suite of gaming focused devices, just in time for them to be shown off a PAX West in Seattle. With a brand new laptop, desktop and 2 new monitors, Dell and Alienware are aiming their sights squarely at performance conscience PC gamers.


The new Inspiron 15 7000 takes advantage of NVIDIA Max Q technology with its GTX 1060 graphics card, features 7th gen i7 cpu options, as well as dual fans to help keep the laptop cool while you push it to its limits. You’ll find a 15″ anti-glare IPS screen, available with 1080p and 4K options, and a new 2×2 WiFi antenna design in there as well, making sure your games always look great and keeping your network connection smooth.The Inspiron 15 7000 releases in mid-October beginning at $1999.

There’s also a new Inspiron Gaming Desktop, this time with a brand new clear side panel to show off your PCs insides. This new gaming desktop leverages AMD’s Ryzen technology for its CPU, combined with either AMD or NVDIA graphics cards, including the option for dual-GPUs, to give you a PC that is ready for VR. 7.1 channel surround sound and support for 5 storage drives can also be found in the new PC, which is available now beginning at $1499, with VR ready builds beginning at $1999.

A Dell gaming announcement wouldn’t be complete without Alienware making an appearance, with two new 34″ curved monitors being announced. Both monitors are ultra-wide, have NVIDIA g-sync and support custom AlienFX lighting across their four lighting zones. The new Alienware AW3418DW supports a 3440 x 1440 and 120Hz refresh rate, while the AW3418HW supports a 2560 x 1080 resolution and 160Hx refresh rate. Both monitors will be available in November, with pricing to be confirmed.