Alienware, an American computer hardware subsidiary of Dell, Inc., had once been popularly known for its radical designs for gaming PCs. The company had treaded water a bit following its merger with the tech giant Dell but something big was still to come.
And now the computer hardware company has come up with an interesting but unusual design of its latest gaming PC which is probably based on popular mathematical theorem, Pythagoras.
Alienware has made a unique design update along with improvising the exterior and interior parts of its flagship Area-51 gaming desktop.
The design is dubbed as ‘Triad’ with a small alien head in the front, a slightly curved design and top vents giving a look of scales.
While describing about the striking features of Alienware’s new gaming PC, the company posted:
“It features an angled, easily accessible front I/O panel and hassle-free grips that make it simple to pivot your system forward to reach rear ports. Vast and open entryways on each side are designed to provide an easy way for you to perform upgrades, brainstorm new mods, or show off your rig.”
Alienware Area-51: Key specs
- Reformed Area-51 has got an unusual ‘Triad’ design
- Area-51’s rear panel gives easy accessibility to I/O ports
- Area-51’s interior very spacious, allowing inclusion of various upgraded components as per the user requirement.
- Intel’s new Core i7 Extreme processors installed
- Up to three 300W double-wide video cards can be installed
- Up to 32GB of top-of-the-line DDR4 memory support on the Intel X99 motherboard
- Up to a 1.5KW power supply
- Liquid cooling for the 8/6-core Intel Extreme processors
- 8-core Core i7-5960X runs at 3.0 GHz (3.3GHz Turbo). 6-core Core i7-5930K runs at 3.5 GHz (3.9 GHz Turbo).
- 8 core Intel Extreme Processor comes with 20MB of L3 cache and 6-core has 15MB of L3 cache
- Up to a 45-percent increased Intel performance.
- Killer gigabit ethernet as standard and 802.11ac 2×2 WiFi supports connectivity
- Standard high-end rig commodities provided, including liquid cooling, factory overclocking and different programmable lighting zones
- Nine supporting programmable Alien FX lighting zones provides users to access game software of their choice and size
The shipping of the Area-51 across the US is expected to begin in October this year. However, reports suggest Alienware is planning its global launch soon after introducing the product in the American market.
However, the company has not shared any details about the official launch date but its website promises that it’s ‘coming soon’. The company has also not made any word on the prices of Area-51. Now, all we can do is to wait for the right time when the company launches the unusual ‘triad’ Area-51 globally.