Dell and Alienware are joining the growing gaming computer battlefield by bringing its latest Dell G series and Alienware computers.
Dell’s G series comprises of the G7 15 (7590), G5 15 (5590), and G3 15 (3590) gaming laptops and G5 Gaming Desktop.
The G7 15 (7590) is Dell’s thin gaming laptop, boasting of a 19.9mm thin chassis and 2.62kg weight. It is also premium down to the core with its three-piece metal construction, deluxe palm rest, and brushed metal finish. You get RTX 20xx series GPUs, along with a 15.6-inch display with 144hz/240hz refresh rate, nahimic 3D audio, and 4-zone RGB keyboard lighting.
The G5 15 (5590) is Dell’s mainline gaming laptops headlined by its 15.6-inch IPS display and SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port that supports DisplayPort, Power Delivery, and Thunderbolt 3.
For those who have a tight budget, Dell has the G3 15 (3590). Despite being an entry-level gaming laptop, the G3 15 (3590) is stylish with its S-curve design and is powerful with GTX 16xx series GPUs.
Alienware, on the other hand, is finally bringing its m15 gaming laptop to our shores. Being its thinnest (at 18mm thick) and lightest offering to date (at 4.7Ibs), the m15 offers the best possible features to hardcore gamers with RTX 20xx series GPUs, Core-i9 processors, 15-inch 144hz/240hz display with Tobii eye-tracking, per-key RGB keyboard lighting with 1.7mm key travel, and Alienware’s Cryo-Tech 3.0 thermal module for better cooling and up to 20% increase in airflow.
To keep its top gaming performance, the m15 uses HyperEfficient Voltage Regulation, where power delivery is done with an 8-phase graphics voltage regulation and 6-phase CPU voltage regulation.
The G3 15 (3590) starts at Php 46,990, while the G5 15 (5590) and G7 15 (7590) starts at Php 68,990 and Php 113,990 respectively.
The Alienware m15 starts at Php 149,990 and will be available starting early December 2019. The Dell G5 Desktop starts at Php 57,990 and will be available starting the end of November.