Alienware Aurora Gaming Computer PC 25th Anniversary
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Dell unveiled an all-new Alienware Aurora gaming computer that features an open-air design. It does this by reorganizing its inner hardware components for more accessibility, better airflow, improved acoustics, and cleaner cable management, all the while increasing internal chassis volume by an incredible 50% without significantly expanding its overall footprint. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.



Keeping things cool inside a PC tower isn’t always the easiest of tasks, but this Aurora is helped by a new thermal design, which supports up to four 120mm fans and liquid cooling options. With that in mind, Dell wanted to keep form in line with function, so they also offer a optional transparent left-side panel that provides a window for users to peer inside and view the hardware, including a dark new motherboard illuminated by up to eight unique zones of AlienFX customizable lighting. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability.

Alienware m15 R6, 15.6 inch QHD 240Hz Non-Touch Gaming Laptop - Intel Core i7-11800H, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 6GB GDDR6, Windows 10 Home- Dark Side of the Moon (Latest Model)
  • Free Upgrade to Windows 11 when available (see below).
  • 15.6-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) 240Hz 19ms with ComfortView Plus, NVIDIA G-SYNC and Advanced Optimus
  • 11th Generation Intel Core i7-11800H (24MB Cache, up to 4.6 GHz, 8 cores)
  • 16GB 3200MHz DDR4, 512 GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 6GB GDDR6

Alienware Aurora Gaming Computer PC 25th Anniversary
Alienware Aurora Gaming Computer PC 25th Anniversary
Alienware Aurora Gaming Computer PC 25th Anniversary
Alienware Aurora Gaming Computer PC 25th Anniversary
Alienware Aurora Gaming Computer PC 25th Anniversary

Step into a time portal with us – set the year for October 15, 1996. Until this day, there wasn’t a true computer dedicated to serving PC gamers that existed on the marketplace. Yet, wildly popular titles like Doom (1993), Civilizations II (1996) and Quake (1996) had rallied together a community of game enthusiasts and passionate techies enthralled in what the early days of PC gaming had to offer,” said Vivian Lien, Alienware VP of Gaming.