Dell is about to launch a new series of Alienware gaming machines – which means the old guard are now going for cheap. Well, “cheap” might be stretching it a bit, but you can score up to $600 off the RRP. Here are the best deals.
Granted, pre-built gaming desktops are way, way more expensive than the build-your-own variety. Gaming laptops are equally overpriced. Indeed, they remain a questionable proposition even during a big clearance sale like this one.
Nevertheless, if you like the distinctive look of Alienware’s machines or just want a fuss-free gaming rig that will work straight out of the box, these deals might be worth considering.
- ALIENWARE AREA-51: Designed for virtual reality and engineered with optional liquid cooling and tool-less access. From $2999 with bonus Alienware gaming keyboard and mouse worth $238. Get the deal here
- ALIENWARE AURORA: High-end gaming desktop with up to 18-core Intel processors and dual liquid-cooled NVIDIA GPUs. From $1499 with bonus Alienware gaming keyboard and mouse worth $238. Get the deal here
- ALIENWARE 13: Alienware’s first 13-inch VR gaming laptop. Featuring up to 7th Gen Intel Quad Core H- Class processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics. From $1199 with bonus Alienware gaming keyboard and mouse worth $238. Get the deal here
- ALIENWARE 15: 15-inch gaming laptop with the latest overclocked Intel 6-Core CPU and upgraded cooling technology. From $1598.99 with up to $500 clearance cash off. Get the deal here
- ALIENWARE 17: 17-inch gaming laptop is the ultimate powerhouse machine, designed for VR with upgraded cooling technology and a new-generation overclocked CPU. From $2298.99 with up to $600 clearance cash off. Get the deal here
Alternatively – and if you aren’t flush with cash, you really should be considering alternatives – here’s how to build you own gaming PC in ten easy steps. Dell is also having an EOFY sale on its normal laptop range with prices starting at under $300.
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