RTX 30-series graphics cards are really driving the cost of the best gaming laptops up at the moment, which is why we’re always happy to see brands like Alienware buck the trend with big savings.
While stocks last (not that many left right now), you can buy the Alienware m15 R4 gaming laptop with an RTX 3060 GPU for $1,469.99 — taking a huge $393.99 off the list price!
This pairing of Intel Core i7-10870H CPU and Nvidia RTX 3060 with 6GB GDDR6 is capable of running even the more system-intensive games fluidly, and that 144Hz FHD display means you'll be able to see all those extra frames.
Multitasking is handled by 16GB DDR4 RAM, and the 512GB NVMe SSD keeps loading times down. Plus, Alienware’s patented vapor chamber technology and dual exhaust airflow design keeps all of this power cool and performing at its best.
As of writing this, the deal is 86% claimed, so don’t miss out! For more, check out our best picks of Dell’s weekly gaming deals.
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It has 1440p screen with acceptable color and response time, 2.5G ethernet, IR camera, HDMI2.1, etc. This is 2021, right?
All the big company offerings are really bad
A cursory look on Notebookcheck on last year's model tells me the 1080p display was a lot better than the Eluktronic's model they compared it against. And if Dell is using the same vendor, it's an AU Optronics panel which as far as I can tell, they're a decent enough supplier.KraakBal said:It has 1440p screen with acceptable color and response time, 2.5G ethernet, IR camera, HDMI2.1, etc. This is 2021, right?
I don't really care about 2.5G Ethernet since I rarely use that much bandwidth unless it's a backup to my NAS (and even then file system overhead tanks it). I'm pretty sure most people still have no real need to go to 2.5G
I don't see a point in an IR camera other than for Windows Hello. Though it looks like Alienware m15 doesn't have any sort of Windows Hello supported hardware. As much as I like the fingerprint reader on the last two laptops I've used, I don't really see no Windows Hello hardware support a deal breaker.
And it has HDMI 2.1.