At Gamescom 2019 Alienware has announced that its Legend design and style language has lastly produced the jump from laptops to desktops in the most recent version of the Aurora mid-tower desktop Computer.
Legend – the 1st important tweak to the Alienware aesthetic in years – debuted at CES this year in the Region-51m laptop, prior to appearing in refreshes of the m15 and m17 laptops at Computex in May possibly, but the Aurora R9 will be the 1st desktop to delight in the slick, spaceship-esque design and style.
Accessible in two colour set-ups – Lunar Light and Dark Side of the Moon (believe white and black) – the new Aurora enjoys the identical mix of curved edges, etched logos, and a bulky exhaust port rear. Naturally, RGB lighting runs across the front of the tower as well.
The specs are predictably beastly: you can go up to a Core i9, 64GB RAM, and dual RTX 2080 GPUs, with 4TB of storage to round it out. The Aurora is set to release from 10 September, even though pricing hasn’t but been confirmed.
Alongside the Aurora Alienware revealed the massive 55in OLED monitor that was teased back at CES, along with some extra manageable 27in and 34in IPS displays, plus a choice of keyboards and mice, all with the Legend appear. Dell also took the chance to introduce the G5, the 1st desktop in its extra price range-friendly gaming line.