Dell announced all-new gaming laptop Alienware m15. Compared to its predecessor, Alienware 13, this new laptop offers a thinner design and of course designed to perform better than the former. To be mathematically more accurate, we are talking about 14 percent thinner laptop than the Alienware 13.

There is two variant, one rocking a quad-core i5-8300H and another with a six-core i7-8750H. Otherwise, we are talking about NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 OC and 1070 Max-Q graphics. Both are fine in handling some big titles in the business. The keyboard is also promising as it offers  Alienware mSeries keyboard with 1.4mm of key travel, anti-ghosting keys, and four Alien-FX enabled zones.

If we talk about the display, you are looking at the 15.6-inch 1080p 60Hz display, you can go as much high 144Hz or even a 4K 60Hz panel. There is also room for more RAM and you can add as much as 16GB. Now talking about the battery life, Dell promises up to 7.1 hours of video playback with the 60-watt-hour battery.

The Alienware m15 starts at $1,299 and will be ready for shipping on 25th October.