Alienware 13 To Be The Coolest Gaming Laptop

by Kevin on August 11, 2014

Alienware 13

Alienware 13 comes with a brand new promise of amazing gaming performance without the heft. It looks like the new notebook is here to make the previous version history by bringing brand new innovative features on the market. It weighs only 4.5 pounds and it is only an inch thick. Alienware 13 features an Intel Core processor and it includes an NVidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics card.

One of the most amazing advantages of using Alienware 13 is the possibility of creating your own configuration. Apart from color, which cannot be changed, clients have the opportunity of choosing between different available processors for this version. The list includes Intel Core i7-4700MQ (2.4-3.4 GHz), Intel Core i7-4900MQ (2.8-3.8 GHz) and Intel Core i7-4800MQ (2.7-3.7 GHz). In terms of video graphics, there are two options available at the moment: the higher-end GeForce GTX 765 M and the mainstream GeForce GT 750 M.

Alienware 13

It is already a well-known fact that Alienware is the type of company that pushes the limits of mobile computer gaming. Even though it cannot possibly reach the level of svelteness featured by Blade 14 for example, Alienware 13 still features amazing improvements over the Alienware 14 in terms of general dimensions and other important features. It offers users the benefit of an amazing battery with an 8 hour-life in terms of video streaming. Furthermore, less heat has is generated by the new Alienware 13 laptop which is also an advantageous feature.

It also seems like Alienware has decided to throw it all on the market by making their gaming laptops go mobile. In the past, gaming on the go involved being strapped by a complex piece of computing device which was not actually even worth it. Now, with the thickness and small dimensions featured by Aliewnware 13 all the performance that you need has been crammed into a computer that you will definitely not mind carrying around.

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