Dell launched a number of devices and software for gamers at CES 2020. The company announced the new Dell G5 15 SE laptop, which is freshly revamped and features a “Game Switch” macro switch, which enables a fast game start. The updated 240Hz updating pace and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibilité Alienware 25 Game Console has also been released (AW2521HF). Dell has also demoted the new software design of Alienware Second Screen to allow players to see their PC output details on their tablets. The company also shared a look at conceptual devices and the future of gaming.
Dell G5 15 SE (Special Edition)
It is going to come on sale sometime by the middle of April and will launch with the gaming laptop Dell G5 15 SE at an initial price of $799.99 (around Rs. 57,400). A full-HD 15.6-inch touchscreen with a 144Hz refresh rate is included on the device and is the first notebook in the Dell ‘ G Series to deliver desktop 3rd Generation AMD Ryzen 4000 H-Series (upto8-core,16-threads) together with AMD Radeon RX 4600M. As stated, the laptop has a new macro key‘ Game Shift’ that makes a quick and easy start to a game-ready configuration that reduces latency and sharpens photos. It is packed with a 68Wh battery, has an optional 4zone RGB keyboard and has a modern silver-finished “fighter plane.” Alienware Command Center offers a portal with which game settings such as audio and lighting can be managed.
Alienware 25 gaming monitor
This is a $499.99 (approximately RS35,800) product which will be available for sale in the U.S. starting March 11. Alienware’s 25 gaming monitor (AW2521HF) is also introduced. The display has a refresh rate of 240 Hz, a grey-to-grey response time of 1ms and compatibility with FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync to maintain an integrated gaming experience.
A 24.5 “full HD display and thin adjustable support feature the Alienware 25 game monitor. The company says that the new game monitor is” Team Liquid Official Display” and the League of Legends”s official global competition monitor.
Alienware Second Screen concept software
Dell has also introduced the app Alienware Second Screen which allows players to display their stats on the smartphone. In order to present CPU, GPU, and RAM diagnostics in real-time on a gamer’s connected phone, Aliens Second Screen synchronizes with the Command Alienware Center. It is still at the preliminary level and new features are welcome. “We believe that this idea can serve mobile gamers who do not always have access to a second monitor but still want a way to track their achievement without leaving the game,” the company says in his blog.
Concept UFO, Concept Duet, Concept Ori
Dell also introduced Concept UFO, a handheld portable gaming device that enables users to play their preferred AAA PC names. Inspired by the Nintendo Switch, this concept device is equipped with an 8-inch (1200×1900) display. This provides interchangeable controls with a variety of configurations, such as a single unit with controllers connected to the panel, the isolation and use of the kickstand on the surface of the game or screen your favorite show, or the attachment of a mouse and keyboard to a different monitor, play with a separated controller or any other Computer. The Design UFO comes fitted with Ethernet, Bluetooth and Thunderbolt support from Intel Core processors of the 10th generation.
Dell also demoted CES 2020 multi-screen Concept Duet and Concept Ori devices. The Concept Duet features two 13.4 “touchscreens with a hinge attached to each other, and Concept Ori is a pliable unit with a 13-inch display that folds into a compact form that is easy to carry around. Since these systems are still in the concept phase, until they officially launch, there is no term.