Ever wanted a new Alienware branded mouse, keyboard, and monitor to go with your new Alienware Area 51 gaming PC? Yeah, you did! That’s why Alienware is announcing a host of new gaming mice, keyboards, and monitors to fulfill your needs.
Alienware Gaming Mice
Alienware is launching two new Alienware gaming mice, the Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse (AW558) and the Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse (AW958). The main features of the Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse include on-the-fly DPI switching, nine buttons, fully adjustable RGB lighting and up to three levels of DPI switching. Building on top of that, the Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse brings all the features of the Elite, but goes a step further with variable adjustable weights, swappable sidegrips, a 3-position palm rest, and up to five levels of DPI switching.
MSRP on the Alienware Advanced Gaming Mouse is expected to be $49.99 and the Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse is expected to be $89.99. Both gaming mice will be available starting June 13th.
Alienware Gaming Keyboards
On the keyboard side, Alienware is launching two keyboards, the Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard and the Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard. The Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard will feature Kaihua mechanical switches, ambient lighting, dedicated macro keys, dedicated volume keys, NKRO and anti-ghosting functionality. The Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard builds on this feature-set with zone based RGB backlighting (13 zones), onboard memory, and a dedicated volume roller.
The Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard will MSRP for $89.99 and the Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard will MSRP for $119.99 when they launch on June 13th.
Alienware Gaming Monitors
Alienware is also launching the Alienware AW2518H/HF 25-inch gaming monitor.
The Alienware AW2518 will be sold in two variants, the AW2518H and the AW2518HF. Both will feature the same 24.5-inch 1920×1080 resolution TN panel with a 1ms response time and 240Hz refresh rate, but the AW2518 will also feature support for Nvidia G-Sync while the AW2518HF will also feature support for AMD FreeSync. Other features of the monitor include a 400nits brightness and 100:1 contrast ratio. The Alienware AW2518H and the Alienware AW2518HF will be available for $699.99 and $499.99 respectively starting June 13.
This post was last modified on August 3, 2017 3:11 pm