The company currently has an AMD version of the gaming system and at CES, it introduced a less expensive Intel version of this desktop. Dell’s goal with this Inspiron Gaming Desktop was to create a relatively affordable VR-ready desktop. This system will begin at $749 but if you want to use it for virtual reality, you can grab the $799 version that supports VR, via cans like Oculus and HTC.
The former is a 24-inch display, while the latter is a 27-inch display. Both these models have QHD and FHD resolution service along with HDR content capability.
Dell showed off a new curved screen for gaming – the Alienware 34.
The business also announced a redesign of the Alienware Control Center that it says is the centre of all its gaming related goods. It’s where we could head to control pretty much every setting that you would like to restrain Alienware machines. The business said it has fully redesigned Alienware Command Center from the bottom up, with all the focus being on ease. Dell has additional “plenty of failsafes to prevent end users from damaging their hardware”. It’s a terrific way to introduce more advanced concepts like overclocking to those that are new to this.
Control Center is also going to be tied to your games. Dell will scan your system for the games you have installed, you will be able to see your performance profiles, light profiles, and all other system settings based on these games. This was demoed at CES 2018, and Dell announced it will be sending this new app a couple of months later in a newly revised Alienware Area-51 system.