Dell and Alienware Unleash New Computers for All Your Needs

We’re headed into the fall, which means major refreshed lineups of all kinds of tech in time for the holiday season. Dell and Alienware are here to capture your imagination and your wallet with all-new XPS, Inspiron, Alienware, and Dell G devices!

Alienware and Dell came out swinging at Gamescom. For those on a budget, there’s the Dell G5 gaming desktop, with your choice of NVIDIA or AMD graphics cards, Alienware Command Center, and the ability to upgrade the internals, all starting at a wallet-friendly $629.00.

Now, a good desktop needs a good monitor, keyboard, and mouse, right? But one style doesn’t fit everyone, so Alienware has a slew of choices for consumers. They’re offering curved and straight gaming monitors with high refresh rates so you don’t miss a shot, plus new keyboards and wired and wireless gaming mice, because your peripherals should work just as hard as your desktop. You can check out the full list of what Dell and Alienware have in store at their Gamescom press release.

The Dell XPS 13 is known as one of the best computers out there, and they’re improving it again for 2019. It’ll be rocking new i7 Intel Core processors, and can even be outfitted with an infinity screen, so Facebook browsing can really pop. Plus it comes with either Windows 10 OR Ubuntu, and here at Gear Diary, we support you no matter which operating system you choose. If you’re into the XPS 13 but wish it had more touchscreen, it also comes in a 2-in-1 flavor as well.

Then there’s the Inspiron line, which is far more than just “that Dell laptop everyone took to college”. The Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 now rocks USB-C and comes in silver, while the Inspiron 5000 2-in-1 supports Active Pen input. Inspiron 13 5000 is thinning out and comes with optional LTE to make work on the go more efficient, while the Inspiron 5000 is rocking Cinema Displays, perfect for streaming Disney+ on the go this fall. If you’re more of an all-in-one desktop type, the Inspiron 24 5000 and Inspiron 27 7000 can handle your computing and viewing needs.

And if your needs run more towards business, Dell has you covered with the Vostro line. The Vostro 13 5000 is thin and light for portability, while the Vostro 14, 15 3000 integrates a fingerprint reader into the power button for extra security.

All of Dell’s new computers from IFA can be found at their special Dell at IFA page.


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