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Reviewed on 2015-09-15
The Alienware 15 is a sleek looking gaming machine with its trademark alien head standing out like a beacon, giving passerbys no chance to mistake this laptop as any other brand other than Alienware. Despite it being a gaming laptop, it still looks classy...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-16
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 980M performs as expected, Cooling is fairly efficient and quiet, AlienFX lighting gives a fair amount of customizability, Added power via Alienware Graphics AmplifierReally thick and heavy, not a notebook you want to be carrying around
It's safe to say that it is impossible for the name Alienware to not ring any bells in the gaming community. Just recently, the Dell subsidiary developed the Alienware Graphics Amplifier to beef up the performance of the refreshed Alienware 13, and have a...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-08
Looks really stylish, especially with the customisable lighting, Performance is fantastic, Great speakers, Outstanding overall qualityIt's obviously hugely expensive
There's a reason Alienware is one of the most desirable gaming brands on the planet. There are many reasons, actually. Chief among them is the outstanding standard of quality that Alienware ensures with their pre-built systems and gaming notebooks. They'r...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-08
Pros /, Great graphics performance, Excellent audio quality, Incredibly comfortable keyboard, Highly customizable, Impressive battery lifeDim, lackluster display, Bottom runs hot, Heavier and thicker than competing systems
The Alienware 15 is the middle child in the company's suite of gaming laptops, but that doesn't mean it doesn't stand out. The $1,849 (starting at $1,199) rig offers serious gaming and overall performance punch. To further flesh out the awesomeness, you g...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-13
Lisa Gade demos gaming on the 2015 Alienware 15 gaming laptop. Check out our full video review of the Alienware 15...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-10
Lisa Gade reviews the 2015 Alienware 15 gaming laptop. For 2015, Dell slimmed down and lightened the Alienware line and has also priced the line more competitively. We look at a fairly high end $1,949 configuration with the 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7-4720HQ qu...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-01
Slimmer and lighter and less expensive with the same superb gaming performance and great keyboard you'd expect from the Alien head. Very good battery life for a large and powerful gaming laptop.Upgradable CPU and GPU is a thing of the past, no optical drive. Bottom gets toasty when gaming
Dell offers the Alienware 15 with 47 watt mobile Core i5 dual core and i7 quad core Intel CPUs with Intel HD 4600 integrated graphics (switchable via NVIDIA Optimus or AMD Enduro). These are the more powerful CPUs made for larger laptops and mobile workst...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-22
Solid design. Excellent gaming performance. Full HD display is well suited to gaming. Customizable lighting and macro commands. Good sound quality. Sizable storage. Graphics are upgradable with Alienware's external Graphics Amplifier.Heavy. No touch capability
The Alienware 15 ($1,499.99 at tested) is an imposing system that just sneaks under the wire to meet our pricing qualification as an entry-level gaming laptop. But boy, do you get a lot for your money. It not only delivers top-notch gaming performanc...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-20
Optional graphics amplifier, Extensively illuminated, Up to three mass storage devices, IPS panel with lots of contrast, USB stick with Recovery SW, Highend chassis, Good input devices, Good sound, Useful tools, Powerful batteryPosition of the keyboard takes getting used to, Not easy to maintain, Battery runs on empty quickly under load, CPU throttling during the stress test, Many issues with drivers (AMD), Processor and GPU are soldered on, Moderate emissions, No SSD
Comeback. The mobile high-end market is dominated by Intel and Nvidia. Alienware is one of the few manufacturer who offers GPUs from AMD as well. We ordered the 15-inch version of the notebook with the GTX-970M-rival Radeon R9 M295X to check out the perfo...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-04
Bright, versatile display, Strong graphics performance, Excellent keyboard, Slick, customizable light schemeLoud Graphics Amplifier, Not much room for upgrading
Dell's Alienware gaming team impressed us with its Area 51 desktop earlier this year and we've been impatiently awaiting the 2015 version of the Alienware 15 mobile gamer ever since. The laptop is finally here, and there's a twist: Instead of sending a mo...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-21
Eyecatching design, Numerous customization options, Decent price pointA bit heavy, Dualcore CPU isn't the best pick, Lackluster keyboard and trackpad
The Alienware 15 is pure American muscle. It's a Pontiac GTO from the 60s, with a noisy engine, a hood vent, and an eye-catching paint job. It's not like a lot of newer gaming laptops – sports cars, with sleek professional paint jobs and tuned, efficient...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-19
Excellent build quality, Great keyboard and display, Fantastic gamerfocused performance, "Upgradeable" with external Graphics AmplifierThicker and heavier than competitors, Adequate but unimpressive speakers considering the size and weight, No optical drive ... considering the size and weight
Dell's Alienware division has a history of making attractive gaming PCs, but the team at Alienware never rests when it comes to refreshing popular designs. Last year's Alienware 14 is a distant memory and now the new Alienware 15 is the company's mid-rang...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-12
Highly customizable, Optional Graphics Amplifier, More affordable than the competition, Highquality audioRuns very hot, Heavy
Gaming on the go doesn't need to break the bank. Starting at just $1,200 ($1,500 as tested), the Alienware 15 offers a solid mobile gaming machine with all the bells, whistles and customizable lighting that you've come to expect from Alienware. With a 192...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-30
Sleek, solidfeeling design, Runs quiet with internal graphics, Good battery life, Nice price, Optional Graphics AmplifierMidrange processor, Competing laptops have better speakers, Heavy, No optical drive
With a desktop tower, you can just swap in a newer graphics card. Generally, with gaming laptops, that's not the case. MSI has worked to make it possible with MXM graphics modules in recent laptops like the GT72 Dominator Pro . But you'd still likely have...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-24
Very good gaming performance for $1050$1100, At least as cost effective as GTX 960M laptops for $900 in terms of gaming performance / price, Good 1080p IPS display, Very good thermals, with no throttling at all and quiet, Very good colorful backlit keyboa...High weight at around 3.2kg, Much faster options for only $100$150 like Clevo P650SE and MSI GT60 (with coupons), Hard maintenance, hard to open the case completely open to access the motherboard (RAM and storage are available easily), Soldered CPU and GP...
The Alienware 15 in specific comes with a GTX 965M GPU and and a fast I5-4210H CPU for $1130 (from resellers like Amazon) and even lower than that from time to time with Dell's coupons (like this) lowering the price to around $1050. $1050 is an excellent...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-21
Great screen quality with accurate color reproduction, high brightness and absence of PWM, Cool design with beautiful and customizable LED lights, Comfortable keyboard and touchpad, Unmatched storage options in its class or any other of that matter, Excel...Underwhelming CPU performance, Bulky and heavy, We expected at least one SSD in the configuration, instead the Alienware 15 has only one slow 5400rpm HDD
Dell's Alienware laptops has always been a must-have gaming machine for almost every professional or casual gamer, but the 15-inch model has a handful of cool features that need to be in the spotlight and they make this machine more desirable than other A...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-09
The highestspec model is a seriously powerful machine capable of 4K gaming. Excellent 15.6inch display. Many configurations are decent value, including the reasonablypowerful entrylevel system.A little on the large side, with a merely average design and a somewhat loud cooling solution.
A few months ago I reviewed the latest Alienware 13, which was designed as a mid-range gaming laptop that could be given a serious performance boost by being plugged in to the optional Graphics Amplifier. While the idea of an external GPU for a laptop is ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-02
Superb build quality, 'Gamer' oriented design remains stylish, Excellent performance, High quality screen and keyboard, Good valueHeavy and fairly thick for the performance level, No optical drive, Speakers have fairly weak bass
What is the Alienware 15? Alienware has just re-jigged its gaming laptop offering, ditching its 18-inch and 14-inch models and replacing them with new slimmer 15-inch and 17-inch variants, to add to the Alienware 13 that arrived last year. Packing the lat...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-23
Optional graphics amplifier, Input device quality, Up to three storage devices, Highcontrast IPS screen, Large wrist rest, Outstanding performance, Moderate temperatures, Recovery on USB flash drive, Highquality chassis, Lush illumination, Decent battery...Unusual keyboard positioning, Somewhat awkward maintenance, Battery not directly accessible, Relatively loud in 3D operation, SSD could be faster, CPU and GPU soldered
After the 15-inch category had been neglected for years, Alienware finally returns to this sector. To bridge the gap between the compact AW 13 and the bulky 17 (review coming soon), the manufacturer presents the promising AW 15 that, like its brother, spo...
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