A new Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset will be headed for a launch at E3, with Dell expanding its peripheral offerings. At the same time, the company is set to debut a refreshed Inspiron Gaming Desktop powered by second generation AMD Ryzen processors.
The Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset has all the hallmarks of a regular gaming headset. Sporting customisable sound profiles, 40mm sound drivers, and AlienFX lighting. Dell is promising some 15 hours of battery life on the headset with the AlienFX turned off, and somewhat less with the lighting activated.
In addition to this, the Alienware Command Center is being expanded with a new Sound Center utility. Allowing gamers more control over their audio experience.
On the other hand, the Inspiron Gaming Desktop will see options for the AMD Ryzen 5 1800, Ryzen 5 2700, and Ryzen 5 2700X processors added in mid-June. Not all regions will see the options at first, although Dell says that it will expand the offerings over time.
The Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset will be on display at Dell’s E3 booth later this month.