(UPDATE @ 6:56pm, November 21) Dell Malaysia has confirmed the availability of the new devices, including the Alienware Graphics Amplifier. More below.
Dell Malaysia have announced that the company’s latest range of Alienware products will be coming later this month. Yup, the sexy Alienware 13 and the Area 51 desktop with its out-of-this-world design will both be available in Malaysia in the coming weeks.
Revealed to the world for the first time few weeks ago, the HP Omen gaming laptop marked the return of HP into the gaming market even though the company is now going through some major changes. The name Omen itself seemed to be a homage to VoodooPC Omen, a gaming desktop machine that HP launched not long after it acquired VoodooPC.
Now, it turns out that HP Malaysia has apparently started to take orders for the new HP Omen gaming laptop.
As far as gaming laptops go, the Aorus X7 v2 wanders dangerously close to overkill territory. It packs a pair of NVIDIA GeForce GTX860M in an SLI configuration, which isn’t too common on laptops of any type. Less common still is the X7 v2′s design: matte black all over and seriously mean-looking vents around the chassis, and a rear that looks like a luxury sports car. Clearly, this gaming laptop means business. But does it walk the talk?
Fresh from its unveiling at IFA 2014 few months ago, HP has recently released the brand new Pavilion x2 into Malaysian market. Powered by a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z3745D processor which is a part of the Intel Bay Trail-T family, the Pavilion x2 is essentially a detachable 2-in-1 PC and is equipped with a 10.1-inch 1280×800 touch display.
Lenovo Malaysia has unveiled its latest range of multi-mode devices for the Malaysian market. Four new devices were announced today, including the country’s first Intel Core M-powered device , the Yoga 3 Pro, and the world’s first tablet with an integrated projector, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro.
HP is trying to make a comeback in the gaming laptop scene by announcing the Omen. On the outside, it looks like any other laptop of its kind; aside from the noticeable Hewlett-Packard branding just under the display. The internals are pretty standard issue for a mid-range gaming laptop, and it looks to be a decent first try from the company.