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Reviewed on 2016-07-20
The OLED screen on this 13inch gaming laptop looks amazing. Gaming performance is very good for a mainstream gaming laptop, and there's even an (expensive) option for adding VRready desktop graphics.The display is not as finely tuned as highend OLED televisions, the graphics options don't go past mainstream, and battery life while gaming is short
There are thinner gaming laptops out there. There are more powerful gaming laptops out there. But, this updated version of the Alienware 13 has something almost no one else has, at least not yet.The headline here is an OLED screen, which is the super-brig...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-24
There's a first time for everything, as the saying goes, and the Alienware 13 OLED is a first for us without question. Though there were a couple of OLED (Organic LED) display driven laptops at CES 2016 this year, Dell's Alienware division is the first in...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-13
Pros /, Supervivid OLED display, Great graphics performance for price, Excellent audio quality, Superb keyboardCPU performance could be better, Bottom runs hot
I have seen the future of laptops, and it is OLED. Alienware is the first gaming laptop manufacturer to embrace this truth, updating the company's small, but powerful 13-inch laptop with a jaw-dropping 2560 x 1440 panel. It truly has to be seen to be beli...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-28
Compact, attractive design, Awesome lighting customization, Loud speakers, Decent battery lifeWeak, lowres display, Runs hot, Middling gaming performance
When you buy an Alienware laptop, you're guaranteed a few things: a pretty sweet design, cool lighting options and powerfully loud audio. However, if you're looking to pay the bare minimum for the Alienware 13 at $999, you'll have to make some major sacri...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-22
Impeccable design and build quality, Good keyboard and touchpad experience with customizable LED illumination, Relatively portableLow sRGB gamut coverage and low maximum brightness, The CPU appears to be a bottleneck in terms of gaming performance, Only two fullsized USB ports
Ever seen the Alienware 13? It's really something you know. We have to admit that we were a bit skeptical of the 13-inch variant of the famous Alienware gaming lineup, but we were dead wrong. Well, it has some of its downsides, but it's still pretty balan...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-12
High resolution (3200x1800) and high quality IGZO display with touch support, Fast storage, Thunderbolt 3 / USB 3.1 TypeC port, Cool lighting effects, Great aesthetics and build quality, Alienware Graphics AMP brings desktopclass gaming performance to the...Only dualcore Skylake options available
You could almost hear the collective groan from the enthusiast community when Dell announced it had purchased Alienware, in what now feels like 100 years ago. It has actually been just shy of a decade since Dell took ownership, and rather than let the Ali...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-02
Gorgeous design with premium grade quality that is built to last, Stunning FHD display with deeper contrast and a matte finish, Impressive hardware with quality gaming performance, Premium audio quality,Runs a bit hot during constant usage, Battery life is comparatively poor, The Final Verdict, In a world where the gigantic and heavily built gaming laptops rule the hearts of gamers, the Alienware 13 R2 2015 is a smaller, yet powerful contender. Built f...
Alienware 13 R2 2015 ReviewThe gaming laptop genre is traditionally associated with beastly gaming hardware and extra-large display, but the Alienware 13 R2 2015 is a welcomed exception. Boasting a 13-inch display with the combination of respectable gamin...
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