The Alienware m18 includes one of NVIDIA’s most potent laptop GPUs, the fastest 13th-gen HX mobile CPUs from Intel, up to 9TB of storage, and either a 165Hz quad-HD or 480Hz 1080p display. Although it is the same thickness as the current m17, greater cooling is promised thanks to a vapour chamber that covers the processor and graphics card, seven heat pipes, and four fans by which the airflow is improved by 25%.
The 16-inch display of the x16 comes in a thinner, more portable, all-metal design. With the help of two upward-firing tweeters and two woofers, Alienware was able to fit six speakers into one laptop, which did not happen in the previous Alienware X series gaming laptops. With the quickest 13th-generation non-HX CPUs from Intel, this might be everyone’s favourite once it comes out.
Price & Availability
Prices for the Alienware m18 begin at $2,899. At a later time, other configurations will be offered, starting with a base model priced at $2,099. The x16 will make its debut at a price of $3,099. Later versions with NVIDIA and Intel power will start at $2,199. There is also another model, the m16, which will have a starting price of $2,599. There will be more variations, and the base model will cost $1,899. All of these models will launch at the end of February and will be available in the global market by March.