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Sci-fi sleek and boasting remarkable power, it’s no surprise that Alienware’s gaming PCs and laptops are such a hit, not just here in the UK but the world over. Part of the Dell family (so you know it’s got the best of the best computing technology and brains behind it), Alienware is engineered to offer you a superior, memorable playing experience.

Courtesy of Intel Core and Ryzen, Alienware gaming PCs and desktops bring you extreme pro-level processing power, leading to a fabulously responsive gaming experience. Good enough on its own but even better when you realise it also facilitates multitasking. Yes – effortlessly shift from crushing Fortnite and chatting on Discord to surfing the web and checking out specs on the newest version of Marvel’s Avengers. Without compromising in-game quality, speed and accuracy. Awesome, right? Oh, it gets better.

A re-designed chassis equals better airflow (no stopping midway through classic clashes because of overheating) and – cherry on top moment – Alienware’s specially designed PCs are easy to upgrade. This means you can enhance already phenomenal performances with zero difficulty. You see, the power supply unit swingarm, which allows for a compact shape and size (great if your space is mini), also gives better accessibility to the PC’s internal workings. With no tools required, you can introduce more storage and memory as well as improved graphics without having to reach for a toolkit. That’s what we call winning. Last, but definitely not least, Alienware gaming PCs are VR ready. Simply plug in your headset and prepare to enjoy gaming in a thrilling new dimension.

Of course, since you’re here, we reckon you’ll probably want to browse a little more. Why not also take a look at HP and Dell gaming PCs and desktops to see how they compare.

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