Alienware and Dell level up their gaming laptops

These are not the laptops of yesterday.

Karen Moltenbrey

Alienware’s new M and X series gaming laptops. (Source: Dell/Alienware) Gamers took notice last month when Nvidia announced that it has taken the Ada Lovelace architecture on the go, providing gaming laptops with a significant performance boost—akin to what the architecture has done for gaming PCs—made possible by GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs. What’s more, laptop vendors were waiting in the wings, among them, Alienware, which is rolling out four new gaming laptops. These include the Alienware m18 and m16, and the Alienware x16 and x14—all boasting significant performance and design enhancements. Last year, Alienware unveiled the x14, a 14-inch

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