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Dell launched Alienware and Inspiron Gaming Laptops

Dell has launched its new gaming laptops and desktops in India. The company has launched two new laptops under its Alienware series, two in Inspiron range and one PC Aurora range.

While Dell 's new Alienware 15, 17 inch laptops and Aurora desktop are priced at Rs 1,64,990, Rs 2,14,990 and Rs 1,79,990 respectively, the Inspiron 15 5000 and 7000 gaming notebooks are available at Rs 74,490 and Rs 82,490 respectively. Both the gaming laptops and PCs are available in over 600 Dell exclusive stores across the country.

The Alienware 15 features a 15.6-inch display with up to UHD (3840x2160 pixels) resolution. Its premium variant comes with new Intel 7th gen 'Kaby Lake' Core i7 processors with up to 32GB DDDR4 RAM. It can be configured with up to Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU as well. The storage capacity of the laptop can be expanded up to 1TB SSD + 1TB HDD.

The Alienware 17 sports a 17.3-inch UHD screen with 3840x2160 pixels resolution. The laptop comes in the same configurable settings as the Alienware 15 R3 (2017) in terms of processor and RAM.

As for the Inspiron series, the Inspiron 15 5000 gaming laptops come with 15.6-inch (1920x1080p) display. The laptops has GeForce 4GB GDDR5, 32GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM and a 1TB HDD. The laptop comes with Windows 10 and and can handle intense photo- or video-editing thanks to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti.

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 comes with 17.3 screen size and is backed by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. Powered by Intel Core i7-7700HQ (Kaby Lake) processor along with 32GB RAM, the laptop has a full-size backlit keyboard.

Other than these, Dell also launched Alienware Aurora R6 gaming desktop, which the company claims has been designed specifically for VR gaming.

Dell Alienware Aurora gaming desktop is powered by Intel Core i7-7700k processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti with 11GB GDDR5X and 32GB DDR4 RAM. The gaming desktop has 1TB 7,200RPM HDD and comes bundled with Windows 10 operating system.

On the occasion, Dell also announced partnership with HTC to set up VR experience zones across 40 cities in the country. The company claimed to set up 125 touchpoints for this.