This Week’s Top Stories About Dell Alienware x17
Even though gaming laptops have advanced considerably in recent years, all that power still comes with a significant compromise. When you play PC games on the move, you sacrifice a lot of portability. While Alienware’s most recent models aren’t quite thin-and-light, the x15 and x17 are the company’s thinnest models ever.
The Alienware x17 is a 17.3-inch notebook with vapor chamber cooling, Dell’s liquid metal technology, and four separate fans. The system refers to a new age of Alienware, with thin and light taking precedence over the company’s previous thick and unwieldy designs.
Dell has a handful of high-profile Alienware announcements to begin off Computex week. Following the release of Alienware’s new 17.3-inch x17. The Alienware x17 will ultimately take the elderly Alienware m17 series, which took the place of the even older Alienware 17 series.
Because of its bigger form size, the Alienware x17 offers numerous essential enhancements over the Alienware x15, even though they may appear comparable from the outside. The x17 has CherryMX mechanical keys as an option, whereas the x15 is confined to membrane-based switches.
Second, when equipped with the identical GeForce RTX GPU, GPU TGP is substantially more significant, resulting in quicker graphics performance. Finally, the x17 has all of the x15’s new cooling technologies, as well as a new vapor chamber cooler and a more prominent 12-phase voltage regulator.
15.72 x 11.79 x 0.84 inches
Standing screen display size
Max Screen Resolution
1920 x 1080 Pixels
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3080 16GB GDDR6
64 GB DDR4
Hard Drive Interface
2 TB M.2 2280 solid-state drive
Computer Memory Type
Flash Memory Size
Killer Wi-Fi 6E + Bluetooth 5.2
Number of USB 3.2 Type-C
Number of USB 3.2 Type- A
Average Battery Life
Varies depending on operating conditions
Windows 10 Home
Battery Powered (1 Lithium ion batteries required)