Alienware recently debuted its newest laptop, the x14. Besides being an excellent device for video games, at a height of 0.57-inches, it is reportedly the thinnest gaming laptop in the world.
“A big concern for gaming laptops, specifically smaller ones, will always be heat dissipation. Alienware is on top of this issue. The x14 optionally comes with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 featuring the Alienware Element 31 thermal interface and vapor chamber cooling. On top of that is the smart fan control system that can control each fan independently based on sensors throughout the system,” writes VentureBeat‘s Jason McMaster. “Another concern for laptops is battery life and Alienware has an answer for that as well. Advanced Optimus Technology by Nvidia is a power-saving device that chooses which video card to use while the system is on. Most laptops that have a discrete video card use that card for most functions, even running base Windows. This wouldn’t be an issue, but discrete video cards require a lot more power to do their jobs than their onboard counterparts. With Advanced Optimus Technology, the system decides which video card to use in which situation, saving valuable battery life for when it is most needed.”
The Alienware x14 laptop went on sale on February 11th. This product has a starting price of $1,649.99.
(All information was provided by VentureBeat)
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