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Post by Eorl @ 07:13pm 28/10/14 | 6 Comments
Your average gaming laptop, while expensive, can actually offer a fair amount of power underneath the plastic coverings, but compare it to a PC and you'll be hard pressed to get the same performance. Alienware seems to think that can be changed with their newest device claiming so.

Titled the Alienware Graphics Amplifier, the new device has been designed to work specifically with the Alienware 13, their latest addition in gaming laptops.

The $349 amplifier hosts a single desktop graphics card housed in a roomy black box, and will connect directly to the laptop via proprietary cable. The Alienware Graphics Amplifier can house a full length, dual-height graphics cards with up to 375 Watts of power. It also features four powered USB 3.0 ports, so gamers can plug in for instant access to their favourite peripherals and output directly to their gaming displays.

As for the Alienware 13 itself, it’s the company’s thinnest and lightest gaming laptop to date at just 1″ thick. It has a 13.3″ display and room for two SSDs.

Prices start at $1,599 with an Intel Core i5 processor, 6 GB of RAM, a 500GB HDD, a Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M GPU and 1366 x 768 LCD display. You can upgrade with better CPU, more RAM, more storage and even better displays – a 1920×1080 LCD or a 2560×1440 touch screen.

Both the Alienware 13 and Graphics Amplifier will go on sale starting November 21st in Australia.



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Audi
Posted 07:30pm 28/10/14
Will it work with any laptop?
Eorl
Posted 07:52pm 28/10/14
From Alienware's email they specifically stated a proprietary cable was needed, but I'm not sure if that will change.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 07:59pm 28/10/14
You could do this with older laptops too, with the correct ports.

A ThunderBolt port or something like that.
Whoop
Posted 08:36pm 28/10/14
IVY_MiKe
Posted 11:20pm 28/10/14
about damned time.
Proprietary cables tho :/

Just use thunderbolt already. it's only 2-3 year old technology now...
copuis
Posted 12:52am 29/10/14
dont you have to pay apple for the rights to use thunderbolt

cause that would suck
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