VIZIO’s M-series of 4K TVs dominated the holiday shopping season in 2015, but if you held out this long, you can save big on the 60" model today, courtesy of Dell. $800 is the best price we’ve ever seen on this model, and that price gets you local dimming, smart apps, and a well-reviewed upscaling engine for 1080p…
I just got to spend the last two weeks writing, browsing the web and playing all kinds of video games on this. The Alienware M18x.
It looks like I am now officially in the market for a new gaming desktop and what better way to figure out what to get then to ask the gamers of Kotaku?
Books and prophylactics aren't the only bits of gear you need for college. Whether your Christmas-list collegiate is majoring in neurobiology or English, we've got what he needs to get the most out of four (or nine) years of learning.
To find out the best laptops of 2010, we checked in with Mark Spoonauer who, as editor-in-chief of Laptop Magazine and Laptopmag.com, oversaw 140+ notebook and netbook reviews this year. If you're buying, buy one of these.
Here's a shot of just a few of the laptops I currently have in the house. I even use some to play games on.
They may look extra-unwieldy next to yesterday's Airs, but the XPS line has returned—much to its fans' delight, I'm sure. There are 14, 15 and 17-inch options available, each with backlit keyboards and brushed aluminum outers.
We know you wouldn't buy an off-the-shelf Dell PC. You have gaming needs. But others aren't as savvy as you. They bought off-the-shelf Dell PCs. And many of those people got shafted.
Gaming laptops are often an oxymoron, a device that either is too expensive or too big to really be a laptop or a computer too underpowered to play games.
Alienware has long been one of my favorite computer and laptop makers. It's purchase by Dell didn't change that.
In what's probably more important news than you first realise, Dell and Valve have signed a deal whereby Steam will come pre-installed on all Alienware computers.
Gaming computer experts Alienware took the occasion of the Tokyo Game Show to unveil four new desktops and one new laptop for those of us who could never afford one to drool over.
For its first-ever appearance at the Tokyo Game Show, PC manufacturer promises to "shake the gaming world to its foundation."
Times, they are tough. And Dell, owners of PC gaming enthusiast brand Alienware, are no exception, with tech site ExtremeTech reporting that an undisclosed number of Alienware employees are facing the sack.
Sure, 360 consoles are getting cheaper, but they're still not cheap. And the PS3? Yeah, nowhere near cheap. So it's nice to see, of all people, Dell come to the rescue.