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Alienware’s m15 and m17 laptops Degree up with GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs

Alienware’s recently upgraded m15 R4 and 17 R4 gaming laptops will trade in their present GPUs for glistening new–and probably much quicker –Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 GPUs this season, the business announced at CES 2021.While much of the m15 R4 and m17 R4’s design is carried over from previous R3 versions in terms of ports, weight, and dimensions, the most important upgrade for gamers is in graphics. [ Further reading: Our picks for best PC laptops ]
Alienware m15 R4
The 15.6-inch Alienware m15 R4 still weighs approximately 4. 65 pounds to 5.5 lbs (depending on the choices ) and comes with up to 32GB of RAM. Alienware also offers 300Hz 1080p and 4K OLED screen options, and the laptops still come in Lunar Light (white) or Dark Side of the Moon (black).  To see this article in full, please click here
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