Just last week, Alienware announced a plethora of PC gear as it might be the time for some of the gamers out there to refresh their peripherals for 2023.
The first entry in the list is the lone entry in the mouse department, the AW620M. As a wireless gaming mouse, the special design isn’t really ergonomic but rather tailored for the standard right-handed gamer but functional-wise, it is pretty good in its class thanks to the 26,000DPI sensor with 650IPS and durable optical switches. One may use the mouse in wireless mode for up to 140 hours via 2.4 GHz or use and charge it via USB.
The headset category sees the new AW520H wired and AW720H wireless 2.4GHz gaming headset entering the fray by bringing 3D Dolby Atmos audio support for a more immersive gameplay experience pumped out by the internal 40mm Hi-Res certified drivers. The 45mm-wide headband makes wearing it for long periods of time a breeze and for the wireless model, the battery can last up to 30 hours without lights on or about 6 hours if blasting RGB everywhere. Regardless of which one, both of them come with a AI noise-canceling microphone for clear communications.
For the clackers, the new TKL layout AW420K is a simple USB-powered gaming keyboard with AlienFX RGB light polluting the entire setup housing CHERRY MX mechanical switches and shine-through double-shot PBT keycaps for a simple and easy-to-use experience.
Meanwhile, the AW920K goes wild with its full layout and the inclusion of several features such as the knob plus turning switch combo mappable to all sorts of quick access and functions in addition to its native tri-mode connectivity powered by 2.4GHz/Bluetooth/USB-C where 3 devices can be connected at once with BT 5.1. The core parts of the board is the same across though which is your usual CHERRY MX Red and shine through double-shot PBT keycaps.
Lastly, the version 6.0 update for the Alienware Command Center brings a newly redesigned UI which is cleaner and more intuitive by default with UI/UX elements now having more animations and movement to simulate a more lively experience but the base function it serves is here to stay including RGB profiles, key remapping, calibrations, system information dashboard, and more.