Alienware M15 and Dell G15 gaming notebooks usher in new AMD Ryzen processors


Alienware M15

Alienware M15

After years of oblivion, Alien has finally launched another gaming notebook using AMD processors. Earlier Dell announced that its G15 and Alien M15 will add models based on Ryzen 5000 chips. In the past period of time, AMD’s products have gained a lot of recognition among the players. In the face of its impact, Intel, which has not yet come up with its 11th-generation powerful gaming notebook chips, is obviously under tremendous pressure. (The latest Intel version of Alien M15 is still using the 10th generation processor)

Both the new Ryzen version of Alien M15 and Dell G15 can be equipped with NVIDIA RTX 30 series graphics cards, and the surface texture of the case of both have some changes. Among them, the black “high durability” coating of M15 is said to provide stronger The anti-fouling property, and the look and feel will be “more advanced.” In addition, the Ryzen version of M15 can also be equipped with a Cherry MX mechanical keyboard like the Intel version, and the screen can also be up to QHD 240Hz or 1080p 360Hz.

Dell G15

Dell G15

On the G15 side, because of product positioning, the screen can only choose a 120Hz or 165Hz 1080p panel. In addition, according to Dell’s introduction, the M15 is also the first alien notebook equipped with an upgradeable DDR4 3,200MHz memory. In other words, as the price of memory drops in the future, players in need will be able to replace different products on their own.

In terms of sales information, the Ryzen version of the Alien M15 will be the first to be listed in the United States on April 20, with a price of 1,794 US dollars (about 11,750 yuan). The Ryzen version of the Dell G15 will not be shipped until May 4, with a starting price of US$900 (approximately RMB 5,890), and a version based on the 10th generation Intel processor will be released on April 13.

Dell

Dell

In addition to notebooks, Dell will also launch a number of new gaming monitors later this year. Among them, Dell 25 will use a 24.5-inch 240Hz 1080p panel, support NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync at the same time, and have a 2ms response time. Dell 27 and 32 will use 165Hz QHD panels, and there is also a curved Dell 34 Curved Gaming Monitor, which has WQHD resolution and 144Hz refresh rate, and has DisplayHDR 400 certification. The prices of all the monitors have not yet been announced, and they are expected to be available starting from the end of May.

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