Alienware declares Oculus-prepared PCs, teases OLED laptop computer

Alienware announces Oculus-ready PCs, teases OLED laptop

Breaking down and accepting the Oculus Rift’s $599 price ticket is simply the first step of experiencing digital actuality. The second step is getting your self a gaming PC able to operating excessive-finish VR content material. Meaning juggling specs, shopping for the fitting elements, buildling a machine… or choosing up an Oculus-Prepared licensed construct from Alienware.

Proper now the corporate’s Oculus licensed techniques totals to just one: the Alienware X51. Beginning at $1,200, the VR-prepared X1 comes with an Intel Core i5-6400, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 970 GPU and 8GB of RAM. It is highly effective sufficient to run VR, however the complete worth is fairly steep: $1,800 for an entire, VR prepared PC.

On the lookout for one thing that also seems to be very nice is not fairly as leading edge? Alienware has you coated, too. The corporate is upgrading its thirteen-inch gaming laptop computer with an OLED show, providing higher distinction and brighter colour copy to gamers on the go. Excessive-decision OLED shows have gotten a little bit of a development for ultrabooks and laptops, however this is likely one of the first gaming rigs to undertake the panel. You will have to attend till Spring to get it, nevertheless.

Alienware’s VR-prepared PCs, however? These are up on the market proper now.