Alienware brings the Aurora back as a VR-ready desktop
Alienware is bringing back another classic name for use in a new desktop, the new Alienware Aurora is a mid tower desktop, much smaller than the flagship Area 51, and it's ready for the brand-new 1080 series graphics cards from Nvidia, which means it's also ready for virtual reality, including the Occulus Rift And HTC Vive.
You can even fit two graphics cards inside, or start with one and add another, thanks to an easy access, no screwdriver required, side panel, which is something Alienware hasn't really had before.
The company says an average configuration should only weigh about 15 pounds, and of course, [UNKNOWN] Alienware.
It's got custom lights on the outside and a little light up alien head.
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