Dell's new version of Alienware 13 is an example of what it claims to be the world's first 13-inch Vr-ready notebook.
The starting price for Alienware 13 is not high--at least for the brand--but 1200 dollars (about 8105 yuan). This cost allows you to get the Intel Core I5-6300HQ processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics, 8GB ddr4-2133 memory, 180GB m.2 SATA 6Gbps SSD, killer 802.11c Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and Windows 10 64-bit systems.
The low-Alienware version uses a TN screen with a resolution of only 1366x768, with a brightness of only 200. If you spend another 300 dollars to upgrade (the total price of 1500 U.S. dollars, about 10,000 yuan), you can change the screen to 19201080 resolution of the IPS panel, brightness can be elevated to 300 nick. In addition, the device's RAM (16GB) and hard disk (256GB PCIe SSD) will also be upgraded.
The Ding version of Alienware 13 contains 2 models, priced at 1800/2100 USD (about 1.2/14,000 RMB). The two models all use the Intel Core I7-6700HQ processor, NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics, 25601440 resolution OLED display (400), but RAM and hard disk capacity are different. The former is equipped with 8GB ddr4-2400 RAM and 256GB PCIe solid-state drives, and the latter is doubled on this basis.
The design of the new Alienware 13 was also improved on the basis of the previous model. It is not only more powerful, weight and thickness have been reduced, the top also uses a higher durability of the electroplating aluminum alloy material.
Dell has also upgraded its TACTX keyboard to include a 2.2mm key and an RGB LED backlight. At the same time, the cooling system of the equipment has been improved and the battery has been upgraded from 51Wh to 76Wh.
New Alienware 13 is currently available at The Dell official store. Mobile Software Tutorials