Dell and Alienware Unveil New G Series Gaming Hardware

Dell has unveiled its latest range of G Series and Alienware gaming hardware perfect for PC gamers looking to take their single-player or online action to the next level. With five new items to choose from, the only thing missing is a mouse. But don’t worry, Dell and Alienware make them too.

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Let’s take a look at the new range:

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Dell G7 Laptop

Dell is introducing a powerful gaming laptop that blends sophistication with old-school stylings for a device that caters to both work and play.

Available with a 15-inch or 17-inch display, the G7 features an innovative hinge design and black anodised, all-metal chassis construction. It’s powered by the latest 10th Gen Intel Core CPUs with multiple NVIDIA graphic card configurations available.

The gameplay experience is enhanced with a precision glass trackpad, customisable chassis lighting and 4-zone RGB keyboard. A discrete “Game Shift” macro key kicks the fan’s speed into dynamic performance mode for heavy action scenes. Nahimic 3D Audio rounds out the experience with a 360-degree soundscape.

Release date: June 26
Price: From $2,399 AUD

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Dell G5 Desktop

The new G5 desktop is said to deliver performance upgrades over the last generation for high frames-per-second and smoother gameplay. Featuring Intel’s 10th Gen Core CPU, buyers can choose to pair the processor with either a VR-capable NVIDIA GeForce GTX/RTX or AMD Radeon RX 5600 graphics card for fast, uninterrupted 1080p gaming.

G5 has options for four thermal modes that are adjustable for whether you’re gaming, working, studying or watching videos. The PC is easy to expand or upgrade with tool-less entry and a compact size that doesn’t require a lot of desk space. The front panel is accented by full RGB LED lighting, and an optional clear window side panel highlights the hardware within.

Release date: July 21
Price: From $1,599 AUD

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Dell 27 Gaming Monitor

Featuring a design that offers both functional and aesthetic benefits, the ultra-thin three-sided bezel of this 27-inch gaming monitor enlarges the screen space without increasing the overall size.

With fast IPS technology, QHD resolution, support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology, you can expect great colour quality and consistency, a blazing 165Hz refresh rate and true 1ms (grey to grey) response time in Extreme mode as well as tear-free, stutter-free graphics.

The adjustable stand and tapered base make for comfortable viewing, and the smaller footprint provides greater versatility.

Release date: July 28
Price: $899 AUD

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Dell 27 Curved Gaming Monitor

Designed to draw you deeper into the game, the Dell 27-inch Curved Gaming Monitor delivers immersive gameplay on its expansive curved FHD VA panel display. With support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and a 144Hz refresh rate, you can enjoy swift and responsive gameplay coupled with buttery-smooth visuals without motion blur.

Like its flat-screen cousin, this gaming monitor also features the newly revamped gaming-inspired design providing a refreshed identity. Optimised ventilation is achieved with the extra vents on the back for enhanced heat dispersal.

Release date: August 21
Price: $599 AUD

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Alienware RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Dell says it has pulled out all the stops to bring you what is the latest in Alienware mechanical keyboards. Designed with full Cherry MX Brown Switches, the full-height keys are known for their tactility, silent travel and light actuation force, giving you incredibly responsive and tactile feedback (not to mention a 100 million-keystrokes lifespan). This thing looks great and also happens to be real useful at the same time.

The keyboard features fully programmable keys for macros and key assignments as well as AlienFX per-key RGB backlighting that is customisable with up to 16.8 million brilliant colours. The keyboard is safe from freezing up during intense gaming sessions with 100% anti-ghosting with NKRO. With three different angles and easy height adjustability, you can game comfortably, while a pass-through USB port conveniently connects to other devices.

Release date: August 4
Price: $329 AUD

You can explore the full range and more over at the Dell website linked below.

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