Alienware showcases latest notebooks in Sydney

Gaming PC vendor brings its high performance notebooks to Australia post E3

Alienware unveiled three new notebooks in its gaming PC portfolio at a launch event in Sydney.

Alienware unveiled three new notebooks in its gaming PC portfolio at a launch event in Sydney.

Following a public unveiling at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles, Alienware showcased its latest range of elite gaming laptops at an even in Sydney.

Under the theme of “Game Victorious”, the new 14, 17 and 18 Alienware laptops were on display for the first time in Australia.

The latest games were playable to demonstrate the power of the hardware under the hood of the notebooks, with Ubisoft letting attendees play a pre-released version of its upcoming action adventure title, Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

A full outline of the specs and capabilities of the notebooks can be found in our E3 report, while a comprehensive insight into the Alienware M14 can be found in our product review.

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