The newest gaming laptop from Alienware has a 480Hz panel.

The Alienware m17 R5 and the new Dell G16, a brand-new category of gaming laptops from Dell with 16-inch screens, are the two most recent gaming laptops from the company to hit the market.

Of course, Alienware’s new 480Hz panel is the highlight of the show. It is available on both the updated m17 R5 and x17 R2. These refresh rates and Full HD resolution are offered by each laptop. Consequently, you are giving up a larger picture quality for better frames and ultra-smooth gaming.

The new m17 R5 goes on sale today and includes an AMD Radeon RX 6850M XT GPU with 12GB of DDR6 RAM. starts at $2,799 makes it one of the more expensive devices as well.

Advertisement A 480Hz panel can be added to the Alienware M17 R5. This new laptop from Dell will be available in various configurations. However, you should choose the new 480Hz panel choice if you place a higher priority on frames per second than resolution quality. Simply be ready to pay. According to Dell, the Alienware m17 R5 will cost $300 more after the 480Hz panel is added. which makes the laptop’s base price $3,099 dollars.

You pay that premium for panels with quicker refresh rates. This is the first 480Hz panel on a laptop, according to Alienware. Therefore, it only seems sense that the price would be considerably greater when such an honor could be attached.

The panels also support AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync and have a 3ms reaction time. Other notable features of the m17 R5 include storage capacity of up to 4TB, USB-C and HDMI 2.1 out connections, and RAM up to 64GB.

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Dell has the G16 if the price of an Alienware system is a little higher than you’d like to spend. Its first 16-inch gaming laptop prioritizes performance and mobility for a significantly lower price. The Dell 16 fits a 16-inch panel into a 15-inch chassis, with prices starting at $1,399.

The display has a 165Hz refresh rate and is QHD. It is not a laughing matter. Additionally, it can be customized with up to 2TB of storage, 32GB of RAM, and an NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti GPU. Additionally, a 12th generation Intel Core i7-12700H processor will be used. According to Dell, the new G16 laptop will debut on July 21.


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