Dell Alienware m15 R7 gaming laptop is now in India at starting price of Rs 1,59,990, check out more

Dell has now officially unveiled a new version of its Alienware m15 R7 gaming laptop in India with AMD processing power. It is a Windows 11 laptop.

The price in India starts from Rs 1,59,990 for the 512 storage base model and Rs 1,99,990 for 1TB storage in the top-end configuration.

Dell has mentioned that these are just introductory prices.

Alienware m15 R7 AMD edition is available for purchase on, Dell Exclusive Stores(DES), large format retail, and multi-brand outlets.

Alienware m15 R7 is powered by AMD Ryzen 6000 H series processors and Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series GPU which are known for offering great performance across the board.

Quick specs:-

15.6-inch FHD+ display with 165Hz refresh rate, 300 nits brightness.

Dolby Vision support.

It has 16GB DDR5 ram and 1TB SSD storage.

Comes with a 4TB dual storage configuration.

There is Nvidia G-sync and advanced Optimus tech for delivering a smooth gameplay experience.

It features a backlit keyboard and an HD webcam.

Dual array microphones.

Cyro-tech cooling technology.

86WHr battery with a 240W power adapter.

Connectivity includes 2 USB type C ports, 3 types A ports, HDMI 2.1 port, an Ethernet port, Bluetooth v5.2, and wifi-6.

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