Photo - (From left) Christopher Choong, Consumer Brand Manager for South Asia, Dell; Liow Yee Fong, Client Solutions Business Director, Dell Malaysia and Singapore; and David Ho, Consumer Country Manager for Malaysia & Singapore, Dell.
Computer solutions giant Dell has unveiled new devices in its Alienware suite in Malaysia, which include two new Alienware 15 and 17 laptops offering desk-top graphics, as well as a range of devices such as the Alienware 13, Alienware Graphics Amplifier, Alienware Area-51, Alienware X51, XPS 13, Inspiron 5000 and 7000 Series, and the Inspiron 20 3000 All-in-One (AIO).
"The products showed today raise the bar in every category, with style, substance and software solutions customers can only get from Dell," said Jarebb Chua, country manager, consumer business for Malaysia and Singapore, Dell. "Whether you are a gamer, always on the go or buying a laptop or desktop for everyday use, Dell is building in the features and functionality customers care about."
Chua said that the Alienware 15 and 17 Windows laptops include optional Intel Core i7 quad-core processors and Nvidia GTX 980m graphics, and are also compatible with the innovative Alienware Graphics Amplifier.
He said both laptops were "now more than 20 percent thinner than their predecessors and featured full-powered performance components without throttling. "
"Powered by the incredibly advanced, next-generation Nvidia Maxwell architecture, the Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 deliver unrivalled performance, innovative graphic technologies and long battery life," said Kaustubh Sanghani, general manager, Notebook BU at Nvidia.
"For more than 40 years, Intel has invented and produced industry-leading microprocessor technology to power a wealth of devices, ranging from massive data centres and sleek 2in1 devices to smartphones and tablets. The close cooperation we have with partners like Dell enables us to bring these innovations to market and I would like to offer my heartiest congratulations to the Dell team on the launch of these cutting-edge devices," said Sumner Lemon, country manager, Intel Malaysia and Singapore.
"With Moore's Law celebrating its 50th year anniversary this year, Intel is committed to driving the PC evolution even further through our ongoing collaboration with partners like Dell," said Lemon.
The Alienware and XPS systems will begin to be available from March 2015, while all Inspiron systems are available today at Dell retail outlets. For more information on the Alienware, XPS and Inspiron systems, please visit the Dell Malaysia website.
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