Alienware, a custom computer manufacture that was acquired by Dell back in 2006, announced their new entry level desktop PC’s, the X51. What separates this line from their other line of desktop PC’s isn’t just the price, but also the size.
The X51 series is considered slim and from looking at the above image, they’re quite small for packing so much power. Weighing just around 12 pounds and almost 4 inches wide, it’s a pretty small package for a desktop computer.
“The Alienware X51 allows us to bring the exciting nature of high-definition, immersive gaming within reach of more gamers than ever before,” said Arthur Lewis, vice-president, Alienware and Product Management for Consumer, Small and Medium Business. “With the X51, we’ve expanded our gaming desktop offering to cater to all gamers in addition to our core enthusiast and competitive gamers. Now everyone can enjoy the latest games on a sleek, powerful, compact and customizable system. The X51 desktop delivers an incredible feature set for its size and price.”
What are the specs exactly?
- Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 processor
- Up to 8GB DDR3 RAM
- 1TB hard drive
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 555 graphics card each with 1GB GDDR5 RAM
- Slot-Loading Dual Layer DVD Burner or Blu-Ray player
- Gigabit ethernet and built-in Wireless N
- Windows 7 Home Premium
The price starts at $699 for the base model and goes all the way up to $1149 for the fully loaded model. Knowing Alienware, it’s going to be a solid gaming machine and comes with a 1 year basic warranty.