Alienware has recently revealed a new line of gaming consoles for gamers everywhere and named it “Alpha.” Manufactured by Dell, the new Alienware Alpha got a release date last Sunday and is set to take on a tall competition with Nintendo, Xbox and Sony’s PlayStation.
In a post by Polygon, Alienware announced recently that the company will be bringing in to the market a fresh product that would basically put everything a gamer needs into one console, which is essentially packed into one what a gamer needs.
“We’ve been working hard this past year to break the mold and develop a system that finally brings hundreds of Steam games, including some really fun indie titles, to TVs,” Frank Azor, Alienware general manager stated.
“The team and I are excited to finally deliver our vision for big screen gaming and give our fans a console that delivers true next-gen performance with the flexibility to choose how, what and where they want to play.” In Dell’s website, the “true next generation console” was marketed as “The Alienware Alpha unites the freedom of PC gaming and the ease of a console, forever changing the way you game.” Users have the freedom to choose what kind of specs and features their console would be packed.
It runs on Windows 8.1, a 4th Generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7; Alpha chassis with NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX GPU 2GB GDDR5; and a memory that ranges from 4GB to 8GB.
Price starts from $549.
Additionally, the console is set to be played with an Xbox 360 controller.
As stated above, hundreds of Steam games and sorts of indie titles are ready to be played by the console.
Pre loaded games like Anomaly: Warzone Earth, Awesomenauts, Magicka, Metro: Last Light, Payday 2 and Strike Suit Zero are expected as stated by Maximum PC.