Enables gamers to create unique profiles that launch a series of customisable events
Dell’s PC gaming brand Alienware has introduced Alienware X51, the smallest gaming desktop designed to offer 1080p high definition and 3D gaming experience.
The Alienware X51 enables customers to achieve high performance computing anywhere with a dual-orientation chassis supporting 7.1 surround-sound audio and an optional Blu-Ray disc drive.
Alienware X51 features include, 2nd generation Intel Core i processors; NVIDIA GeForce GT or optional GTX class graphics cards for intense gaming performance; Wireless-N technology for easy Internet access; HDMI 1.4 for connecting to 3D TVs and watching 3D Blu-ray movies; two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports for fast data transfer; High-Definition 7.1 Performance Audio; and GDDR5 graphics memory.
In addition, the new gaming PC sports a sleek matte black finish with dark chrome accents and three customisable lighting zones, controlled by AlienFX software and the intuitive internal layout with mini-ITX motherboard lets customers to perform their own hard drive, graphics card and memory upgrades swiftly.
AlienAdrenaline, a new module for the Alienware X51, enables gamers to create unique profiles that launch a series of customisable events when activated and also the new Alienware Gaming Services enable gamers’ lifestyles by providing services, which support the latest games on the market and come with a "No Fix, No Fee" policy.
Alienware Small and Medium Business, Consumer Product Management vice-president Arthur Lewis said the Alienware X51 allows Alienware to bring the exciting nature of high-definition, immersive gaming within reach of more gamers than ever before.
"With the X51, we’ve expanded our gaming desktop offering to cater to all gamers in addition to our core enthusiast and competitive gamers. Now everyone can enjoy the latest games on a sleek, powerful, compact and customizable system. The X51 desktop delivers an incredible feature set for its size and price," said Lewis.