Power Key To Dell Gaming PCs

Dell decided more is better with the release of a tonne of new products at CES

Dell showcased a range of new products at CES including its first ultra-mobile gaming laptop. Additionally the company provided a peek at new products, including a 5-inch tablet concept and an Android-based smart phone, both slated for launch in 2010. Dell also refreshed its Inspiron, Studio and Alienware systems incorporating the new Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors.

“We are focused on technology and solutions that help people connect and share content virtually anytime and anyplace,” said Michael Tatelman, vice president of sales and marketing for Dell’s global consumer business. “Consumers are demanding enhanced mobility in high-quality devices, and want to know they have made smart choices with their purchases.”

Dell is expanding the personal-computing space with new products to respond to and best meet the expressed needs of consumers.


  • Alienware M11x $1,599
  • Alienware OptX AW2310 Monitor $599
  • Alienware M17x $2,699
  • Alienware M15x $2,399
  • Inspiron 15 starting at $1,199
  • Inspiron 580 starting at $1,099
  • Studio 15 starting at $1,199
  • Studio 17 starting at $1,199
  • Studio XPS 8100 starting at $1,699