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As the leading brand in the laptop division in gaming, and as a super-power in lightweight on-the-go office and creative solutions for business and learning in the XPS range, Dell has updates to the aforementioned models, alongside new gaming options in Alienware, all of which look to future-proof as we phase into a new generation of both living and working, as well as gaming,

"At Dell Technologies, we are always listening, learning and adapting our products to cater to the changing needs of consumers, said Ben Jackson, General Manager Consumer and Small Business for Dell ANZ via press release. "These latest releases will empower our customers to perform at their best, whether they are a passionate gamer, a content creator or an entrepreneur.

“Our team is constantly working to bring cutting edge ideas to the market. This innovation combined with the feedback we receive from our customers has allowed us to deliver consumer products that give them the technology they need to enhance their lives, connect with their families, or win in any game.”

Here's a list of the announcements with prices:
    XPS

    XPS 15 (9500)
    RRP: AU$3,699 / NZ$3,999
    - "The smallest 15.6-inch performance class laptop"

    XPS 17 (9700)
    RRP: AU$3,299 / NZ$3,599
    - "The most powerful XPS laptop and the smallest 17-inch laptop on the planet"




    Alienware

    Aurora R11
    RRP: AU$2,799 / NZ$3,099
    - "Updated flagship gaming desktop with first ever liquid cooling graphics"

    m15 and m17 Gaming Laptops (redesigned)
    RRP: m15: AU$3,199 / NZ$3,499 m17: AU$3,599 / NZ$3,899
    - "Ultra-thin-and-light gaming laptops packed with performance and power"

    Area 51-m
    RRP: AU$3,999 / NZ TBC
    - "Upgradeable and overclockable processors and graphics cards for gamers who want the best on the go experience"



    Dell Gaming

    G3 15” and G5 15” Gaming Laptops (updated)
    RRP: G3: AU$1,599 / NZ$1,899 G5: AU$2,299 / NZ$2,599

    An XPS Blog Post with more info can be followed via the earlier link, while another detailing cooling and Liquid Cooling is also available.

    The PC gaming world is definitely heating up with the likes of AMD and Nvidia breaking new ground and challenging one another while the gaming laptop world has never been more competitive, or powerful. We've been working off an Alienware m13 for years and it has proven a tireless workhouse, bucking the old idea that laptops were temporary solutions to dedicated desktop prospects. Portable PC gaming has never been in a better position.



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