Alienware unveils the first AMD-powered gaming laptop in 14 years.

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The Dell subsidiary re-acquaints itself with AMD.

Alienware has released the Aurora mALX, the company’s first AMD-powered gaming laptop since 2007. The beast came with an AMD Turion 64 ML-44 CPU, 2GB of DDR PC3200 RAM, and two Nvidia GeForce Go 7900 GTX graphics cards. What a difference a generation will make.

The revamped Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 is a 15-inch gaming laptop with a choice of FHD 360Hz, QHD 240Hz, or FHD 165Hz display options (the 360Hz and 240Hz panels both support Nvidia G-Sync and Advanced Optimus technology.


Up to an AMD Ryzen 5000 H-Series processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 30-series graphics can be used in systems. Furthermore, for the first time, there is user-upgradeable 3200MHz DDR4 memory, as well as an optional low-profile mechanical keyboard co-developed with Cherry MX.

Buyers who update their keyboard will get a 15 million keystroke lifecycle, 1.8mm gross key movement, N-key rollover processing, and per-key RGB lighting.

You’ll get a Killer-branded AX1650 Wi-Fi 6 card, a 2.5Gbps Ethernet socket, HDMI 2.1, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, a single USB 3.2 Gen 2 port, and one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port for compatibility.

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The Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5 will be available in the United States on April 20 for $1,793.98.


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