|Screen Size||13 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440|
|Processor||3.8 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB DDR4 2667MHz|
|Hard Drive||512 GB SSD|
Alienware 13 R3 Supreme Gaming machine 13.3 inch QHD (2560 x 1440) OLED Anti-Glare 400-nits Display with Touch VR Ready i7-7700HQ 16GB at 2667MHz 512GB SSD GTX 1060 6G + Free custom Pen Light
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- Processor 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ (Quad-Core, 6MB Cache, up to 3.8GHz w/ Turbo Boost)
- 16GB Dual Channel (16GBx2) at 2667MHz DDR4 system memory for intense multitasking and gaming. DDR4 Ram smoothly run your graphics-heavy PC games and video-editing applications,
- LCD 13.3 inch QHD (2560 x 1440) OLED Anti-Glare 400-nits Display with Touch Technology
- Video Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5
- Hard Drive 512GB PCIe 3x4 Lane SSD
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Alienware 13 R3 • Processor 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ (Quad-Core, 6MB Cache, up to 3.8GHz w/ Turbo Boost) • Operating System Windows 10 Home 64-bit English • Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5 • LCD 13.3 inch QHD (2560 x 1440) OLED Anti-Glare 400-nits Display with Touch Technology • Memory 16GB DDR4 at 2667MHz (2x8GB) • Hard Drive 512GB PCIe SSD (Boot) • Wireless Killer 1435 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1 • Primary Battery Lithium Ion (76 Wh) Battery • Keyboard English Backlit Keyboard, powered by AlienFX • Cable US Power Cord • Power Supply Alienware 180W AC Adapter • Service 1 Year Premium Support • Office Productivity Software (Pre-Installed) Microsoft Office 30 Day Trial • 1 Power/DC-in Jack 1 RJ-45 Killer Networks e2400 Gigabit Ethernet Port 1 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Type-A Port 1 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Type-A Port with PowerShare technology 1 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Type-C Port 1 Thunderbolt™ 3 Port (USB Type-C™ with support for SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps, 40Gbps Thunderbolt, and DisplayPort) 1 Alienware Graphics Amplifier Port 1 HDMI 2.0 Output 1 Mini-Display Port 1.2 (certified) Output 1 Audio Out 1/8" Ports (Compatible with inline mic headset) 1 Headphone 1/8" Port (retaskable for Microphone/Line-In analog audio input) • Bluetooth 4.1 • Color Options Epic Silver • Exterior Chassis Materials Anodized Aluminum Magnesium Alloy Copper heat sinks and heat pipes Steel and Stainless Steel • Keyboard Alienware TactX Keyboard 4-Zone, multi-color RGB, keyboard with AlienFX lighting controls • Memory Slots 2-SODIMMs • Touchpad Backlit button image sensor trackpad with all-points addressable (APA) • Dimensions Height: .87 inch (22 mm) Touch, .94 inch (24 mm) non-Touch Width: 13 inches (330 mm) Depth: 10.6 inches (269 mm) Average weight: 5.8lbs (2.6kgs) Onsite/In-Home Service After Remote Diagnosis, 1 Year US and Canada
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The OLED screen is beautiful. Seriously gorgeous. Read up on it.
Touchscreen is surprisingly neat, especially on a very small laptop like this. I didn't think I'd enjoy it, but I do. Win10 integration is seamless.
Enough power to run Visual Studio 17 and multiple simultaneous VMs for development without significant slowdown.
Enough power to play PUBG on High and Path of Exile with all settings at max--both at native 2440p. PUBG is a fairly stable (for PUBG) 40fps. PoE runs at a stable (for PoE) 120fps with dynamic resolution turned off.
The screen. Why the hell is it so tiny? It looks like an ipad in a grossly oversized case. Yo, I get that I bought a 13" laptop. That's cool. I expected it to be small. But there is a solid 1.5" of space on both sides, 2" at the top, and at least 3" of empty real estate at the bottom of the screen. This is made even more offensive because the screen's so damn beautiful.
It's a touchscreen. Dell easily could have dropped the not-terribly-responsive touchpad with it's fancy but useless backlight and moved the screen down 3 inches and chopped off the leftover excess at the top. I'm not sure what other changes that would have required on the hardware side, but it would have turned the laptop into an ultrabook and made the whole package just incredible...and more than worth the $2700 (as configured) price tag.
Despite how nice the OLED is, the oddly disproportionate top of the laptop makes it so that I can't really recommend it at this price point. Multiple other manufacturers have similar or identical hardware for literally half the price but without the OLED screen. Those are smaller, slimmer, and generally run 14" screens in a similarly sized--or smaller--chassis.
I'm sorry, Alienware. You've built a beast, but it's all disfigured. You've left me in the untenable position of trying to decide whether to send it back to replace with a different micro laptop or keep it and deal with the weird monitor while traveling.