Alienware’s Area 51-m is a beastly gaming laptop

Alienware has created one of the most beastly pieces of portable PCs the gaming world has ever seen. The Area 51-m is a solid gaming device which can run pretty much any game thrown its way.

Area 51-m
Area 51-m

The Alienware Area-51m is factory overclocked. Its best feature is the extensive upgradability. Desktop PCs have always had an upper hand compared to laptops in this regard. It can accommodate Nvidia’s RTX 2080. The graphics card can be conveniently removed from its module and replaced in the future. It’s also available with the RTX 2060 or 2070.

When it comes to the processor, customers can choose from the Intel Core i7-8700, Core i7-9700K or the Core i9-9900K. As for memory, it can be decked up with 64GB of RAM along with three seperate interfaces to add hard drives and SSDs.

This Alienware mega-laptop leverages the dual intake and exhaust formula and has load-balancing pipes to dissipate heat evenly. Its large 17.3-inch display comes in four configurations:

  • FHD 60Hz Anti-Glare IPS
  • FHD 60Hz Anti-Glare IPS w/NVIDIA G-SYNC
  • FHD 144Hz Anti-Glare IPS w/ 5thgeneration Tobii eye-tracking tech
  • FHD 144Hz Anti-Glare IPS w/ NVIDIA G-SYNC + Tobii eye-tracking tech
Alienware Area 51-m

It weighs in at around 8.54 pounds and is constructed with an aluminium chassis. The laptop is fuelled with a 90Whr battery. The Area 51-m includes per-key RGB lighting for its TactX keyboard alongside anti-ghosting and N-key rollover tech.

This laptop is going to be available from January 29th for around $2550.

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