rAge is almost upon us, and we hope you’re ready for all the gaming flex South Africa has to offer. This year, Dell and Bravado Gaming are giving away a gaming laptop to one expo visitor.
Dell has revealed three new gaming laptops at this year’s Computex. Most notably the company showed off its Alienware’s m15 and m17 laptops and the updated G3.
Alienware, the gaming brand developed by Dell, have announced their thinnest, lightest gaming notebook yet. And this one’s coming to South Africa in just a few weeks time. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019, Dell and Alienware decided to give consumers what they want — an affordable, lightweight gaming machine. A machine that appeals to both amateur gamers as well as pros. And...[Read More]
Psst. Hey Eskom. Check this out – it’s a solar-powered airport Everybody needs electricity these days, now it’s just a question about where it comes from. In India, at Chochin International Airport, electricity comes from sunlight. And the 46,150 solar panels that help to generate around 12MW of power needed to keep the whole airport running. Gee, we wonder which other country co...[Read More]
The Alienware Graphics Amplifier. Doesn’t sound very exciting, does it? But despite not having a name like Pixel Annihilator 4000, the PC gaming company’s newly revealed little black box could usher in a new era of hybrid PC gaming. Essentially, the Amplifier is an external graphical turbo-charger for the new Alienware 13 laptop (more on that later). It’s got its own power supply...[Read More]
During CES 2014 Alienware gave the world a sneak peak of the Steam Machine they were making, and yesterday during Valve’s first Steam Dev Days Conference Alienware announced that their little creation will hit shelves in September. Or, at least, that’s the plan. So far no real details are available, other than that it will house a Haswell processor and that Alienware supposedly stated that t...[Read More]