As come to the point all the other manufacturers are using 5400rpm hard disk only for there normal computers (hp,lenovo,dell,acer etc..) .Msi,razer blade ware using 7200rpm hard disk for there gaming series laptops.But dell dont provide any laptops with 7200rpm hard disk even for Alienware gaming laptop Turbo boost technology has some limitation Using 7200rpm hard disk for alienware will give more advantage while playing heavy games and workseven msi ware providing 7200rpm hdd for all there pcs.So using 7200rpm hdd for perfomance series laptops will helps to improve there parfomance even they don't have the Turbo boost
I hope this is'nt too late, but I thought I'd throw it out there. With all the hype and buzz surrounding Star Wars (both the movie and the game), I thought it'd be the perfect time to lauch a limited edition run of laptops - Alienware Star Wars Edition. They could be like ordinary Alienware laptops, except with a white aluminum shell (ie the entire shell...not just the front) instead of the usual silver (maybe even brushed...to look a little more fancier). It could be storm trooper themed...ie white on the outside and the the inner parts could remain the usual grey or even a tint darker if you wanted to stick with that kind of color scheme. These laptops would obviously be limited edition, and retail for a higher price (to cover the costs of royalties etc). Maybe you could fit a rebel alliance or an imperilal logo on the front of the laptop (in between the leds) What do you think ?
This is kind of a left field idea, but I thought I'd post it to see what other people thought. The idea is for a gaming watch. I know Alienware have partnered with Fossil to put out a watch in the past...but this is a little bit different. I wish I could render a concept image, but I don't have the tools necessary for that, so I'll try and paint a picture. My vision for this is a sports type watch with a reasonably large circular LCD display, kinda like the moto 360 but cooler and a little more sporty and maybe a glowing/lit up ring around the main physical button on the side.The watch could tell time (obviously) but it could also interact with some games. Take Battlefield 4 as an example. The watch could link up with BF4 and maybe have it display a users K/D on the LCD screen, so rather than hitting tab all the time, you could just glance at your really cool looking watch and see your K/D.Again, this is just an idea....I guess logistically it's a little tricky to do and plus there's nothing stopping other smart watches from implementing something similar - if they wanted to but I thought I'd get the ball rolling on gaming wearables --- what do you think ? ? : )
The Alienware 13 R2 has since been redesigned since the R1 came out, now with an HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.1 Type C port. However there is now no longer a second digital video-out port. This is not too helpful for people who would like to hook up two monitors to their 13 R2 without using the Amplifier. Also the USB 3.0 port with PowerShare is gone. That one was very useful for high-power external devices and charging things while the laptop is off. My suggestions would be to include two digital video-outs (possible Mini DisplayPort like before) and make one of the USB 3.0 ports PowerSharing. Also it would be helpful if there were 4 total USB ports included because sometimes it's hard to get by with only 3.
Hi everybody,I'm a (very) proud proprietary of an Alienware laptop (17 r2), and I would love to have the perfect companion: An alien in my pocket! But not any alien, one that comes with Cortana.(Alienware 17 + Alienware smartphone) ^ Cortana = Something REALLY amazing!Regards,V.
This idea is similar to (http://www.ideastorm.com/Idea2ReadIdea?id=087700000009tkx), except it has to do with the software side of things. You know how windows 10 has this new feature that changes the desktop theme based on your background. Imagine if alienware's lights changed....but in game or in a movie etc....based on what was happening.,,,,- just a simple idea what do you think ?
I used to love the fact that Alienware used to have different colours for their laptops (black/grey and red) and I was thinking about suggesting that they make a black, silver and white laptop but then thought - what would really allow users to customise their gaming machine to the extent where it's really personal. Now that the backplate (with the 2 angled leds) is metallic on all their systems...it presents the opportunity to create interchangable lids or back plates or whatever you want to call it. - you could have game specific lids - limited edition - custom ? .... etc ---remember the nvidia shield (original) and its interchangable lid ......kinda like that....I know there are vinyls on the market...but I've never been a big fan of sticking a sticky sticker on any of my electronics (other than a screen protector) below are a couple of examples I would love to hear your thoughts : )Image Credits: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41DPpXE40bL._SY300_.jpghttp://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51m3uukm1oL._SY300_.jpghttp://www.decalrus.com/1181237-349084-thickbox/2013-alienware-17-173-screen-skin-set-2013alienware17-13.jpg
Dear Dell, There are a few forums on the Internet about this topic and it has even been mentioned here on IdeaStorm a few months ago http://www.ideastorm.com/idea2ReadIdea?v=1398262327163&Id=0877000000091OKAAY I know that the industry has shifted to 16:9 1080p and I am not here on a one-man crusade to change this, but I think you should consider offering the choice of a 16:10 screen for high-end laptops. There are a lot of benefits of 16:10 resolution. I just graduated in Engineering and there are many students all over the place who would have bought 16:10 laptops if they had the choice. The same applies to the general public. There are many people studying or working in Engineering, CAM/CAD, Graphic Design, Business etc. that would absolutely love a 16:10 screen. 16:9 just doesn't work here. Even some gamers buy 16:10 monitors. Games with Hor+ scaling are better in 16:9 and with Ver- are better in 16:10 - it's a matter of personal preference. I currently have a 2008 Dell XPS M1730 16:10 Laptop and I am was thinking to upgrade to an Alienware 17. But I would NEVER EVER downgrade from 1920x1200 to 1920x1080 SEVEN YEARS LATER while paying so much money. I guess I will be left to buy newer parts for my current laptop. As Ralphpeters said in his thread, not everyone buys laptops for watching movies, or playing games for that matter. MS Office and many other software that I regularly use are eating more and more in to the screen space. And yes, people are willing to pay a small premium for 16:10. But I would like to add that most people would look at the price while choosing and they need to be educated and aware of the differences between the aspect ratios in the form of photo/video explanation and examples. I want to buy an Alienware 17 and I am not a massive gamer. There are people like me. I just need a portable good looking beast (with lights - haha) that I can take with me all over the place. I use a lot of CAD software (SolidWorks), Business, Photo Editing, Trade and Charting software and you can't imagine how much difference the 120 extra lines make. I also play RTS and FPS games occasionally. Would you please comment on my post? WIll there be any Alienware 17 or 18 with 16:10 screens in the future? Regards,RR
Hello Guys, I just wanted to share my idea of an "Alien Phone". I'm sure everybody knows what is an Alien Ware and what is it capable of, now imagine an "Alien Phone".. Something that is very reliable and fast, something that is ahead of its time, able to manipulate complex applications for example "Autocad, Illustrator or even the latest Adobe Photoshop" with ease. Knowing the quality of Dell I'm sure this will be a game changer. Not only it is good for gaming :-)
I don't know about you but I'm a big fan of Alienware's lights and their Alien FX software. I love it's intergration into [a few] game titles, the cool music synchronisation etc. So my idea is for alienware light strips. Initially I thought of an Alienware desk, that had certain lighting zones that could sync up with Alien FX for a more immersive experience, but then though why limit it to just the desk. Imagine Alienware light stips (needs a much better name) all around the room that would sync up to Alien FX. Imagine the immersion you could create! or when a movie is playing, have intelligent lighting that way or watch the lights in your room dance to the music. And technically, you would'nt even need an Alienware computer to run these lights...simply the software. What do you think ?