Alienware, Razer, and Acer reveal new 18-inch laptops with RTX 40-series GPUs


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Aug 17, 2017
Finally, there's Alienware. The Dell subsidiary teased the return of its 18-inch gaming laptop, which was last seen in 2015, a month ago. The company has now confirmed the M18, another massive laptop that can be specked with Intel's 13th-gen HX CPUs and Nvidia's RTX 4090, though it can also be configured with an AMD Ryzen processor and the latest Radeon GPUs. The M18 has plenty of other optional flagship features: a Cherry MX mechanical keyboard, a 165Hz QHD or 480Hz 1080p screen, and up to 9TB of storage. Keeping all that hardware cool is a vapor chamber covering the GPU and CPU, seven heat pipes, and four fans. It also has a total system power of 250 watts. Entry-level models start at $2,099, while opting for higher-end specs pushes that starting price to $2,899. The company is also releasing x14 and x16 laptops with similar hardware options.


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Jan 8, 2011
Razer will no doubt be a $2500+ laptop.

As you'd expect, the Blade 18 line of gaming laptops offers an extremely powerful computing station in Razer's first foray into the 18-inch laptop category. Combining its processing power with its QHD+ 240Hz refresh rates and 16:10 aspect display allows Razer to boast it as its "most powerful laptop ever."

The Blade 18 laptops will also be made available sometime in Q1 2023, selling from select retailers starting at $2,899.99.

The Razer Blade 16 laptops will be made available sometime in Q1 2023 starting at $2,699.99.

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