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Dell Alienware Area-51m Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateFeb 2019
Processor family9th gen Intel® Core™ i9
Processor manufacturerIntel
Processor modeli9-9900K
Processor frequency3.6 GHz
Processor cores8
Processor boost frequency5 GHz
Processor threads16
Processor cache16 MB
Internal memory16 GB
Internal memory typeDDR4-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory64 GB
Memory clock speed2400 MHz
Memory form factorSO-DIMM
Memory layout (slots x size)2 x 8 GB
Memory slots4x SO-DIMM
Display diagonal43.9 cm (17.3")
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Panel typeIPS
HD typeFull HD
Aspect ratio16:9
LED backlightYes
Display surfaceMatt
Display brightness300 cd/m²
Pixel density127 ppi
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity3
HDMI ports quantity1
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
HDMI version2.0
Mini DisplayPorts quantity1
Thunderbolt 3 ports quantity1
Combo headphone/mic portYes
Alienware graphics amplifier portYes
Charging port typeDC-in jack
Number of USB ports with PowerShare support1
Weight & dimensions
Weight3.87 kg
Width402.6 mm
Depth319.1 mm
Height (front)2.77 cm
Height (rear)3.12 cm
Numeric keypadYes
Pointing deviceTouchpad
Keyboard backlitYes
Keyboard backlit colourVarious
Windows keysYes
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Ethernet LANYes
WLAN controller modelKiller Wireless-AC 1550
Antenna type2x2
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000,2500 Mbit/s
Bluetooth version5.0
Total storage capacity1512 GB
Storage mediaHybrid-HDD+SSD
Optical drive typeNo
Card reader integratedNo
Hybrid-HDD capacity1000 GB
Hybrid-HDD cache memory8 GB
HDD size2.5"
Total SSDs capacity512 GB
Number of SSDs installed1
SSD capacity512 GB
SSD interfacePCI Express
SSD form factorM.2
Operating system installedWindows 10 Home
Operating system architecture64-bit
Operating system languageGerman, Dutch, English, French, Italian
Bundled softwareFinancial Tracker & Retail Information
Battery capacity (Watt-hours)90 Wh
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Number of battery cells6
Battery voltage11.4 V
Battery recharge time4 h
Battery weight370 g
Product typeNotebook
Product colourBlack
Form factorClamshell
Colour nameDark side of the moon
Market positioningGaming
On-board graphics adapterYes
Discrete graphics adapterYes
Discrete graphics adapter modelNVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2080
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® UHD Graphics 630
Discrete graphics adapter memory8 GB
Discrete graphics memory typeGDDR6
Number of discrete graphics adapters installed1
CUDA cores2944

Reviews of Dell Alienware Area-51m
Reviewed on 2020-04-01
Looking for a high-end gaming laptop? If you're working from home and still want to game on that laptop, you must remember why you choose a laptop – it has to be powerful, and portable. Moreover, the price you get it for has to reflect the first two featu...
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Reviewed on 2019-05-27
Attention-catching design, Gorgeous display, Powerful desktop-class innards, Ability to upgrade CPU and GPU
The rig's size makes it difficult to carry around, Sub-par battery life and the need to have two charging adapters, Steep pricing, Photos by Raj Rout, ShareTweet, Facebook Comments
Launched way back in 1996, Alienware is the longest-standing gaming-centric brand of PCs and laptops. The brand is known for its bold designs and the ethos remained the same even after its acquisition by Dell. And the Area-51m is perhaps the boldest (and...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-19
Super fast desktop components you can upgrade on your own! Lights
Lol, battery life
Like top-of-the-line Alienware portables before it, the Area-51m “laptop” is gigantic, expensive, and wont fool anyone into thinking its anything but a device for Rockstar-swilling gamers. But at the same time, its a departure from previous laptops in...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-17
Desktop-level power thanks to actual desktop components. There are plenty of accessible parts inside for possible upgrades. Modern-feeling new design
As gaming laptops trend thinner and lighter, this one is bigger and heavier. No 4K screen option. Higher-end versions get expensive quickly
At what point does it make sense to stop using the term laptop? (Or notebook, if you prefer.) Is it the 21-inch Acer Predator 21 X, a $9,000 beast with a 21-inch screen and its own rolling suitcase? Is it the Asus Mothership, closer to an all-in-one deskt...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-11
The most upgradeable laptop we've seen yet, Fast desktop components, Gorgeous new Alienware design, All the ports you'll ever need, Glorious 17-inch 144Hz screen
Keyboard and trackpad feel dated, Opening and upgrading parts is a bit of a pain, Poor battery life (not surprisingly), Expensive compared to other modern laptops, Heavy (especially with two large power adapters)
The Area-51M is a unique beast. At first glance, it looks like what we used to expect from gaming laptops: It's an intimidating, hulking machine that doesn't belong in the modern age of slim notebooks. But what makes it special is under the hood. Instead...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-09
Killer Gaming Desktop Performance In A Laptop, Amazingly Efficient And Sleek Design, Attractive, Space-Inspired Look, Acoustically Tamer Than You'd Expect, Exterior Thermals Are Reasonable, Fast, Thin-Bezel 144Hz Display
Pricey, Mediocre NVMe SSD Selection, No MicroSD Card Slot, Dual AC Adapters (Not Uncommon Now)
As far as gaming laptops go, Dell's Alienware brand has historically been synonymous with some of the most powerful configurations on the market. And where the trend lately has been toward ever thinner and lighter versions of these otherwise traditional d...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-04
Desktop-class performance, Very effective cooling system, Upgradable CPU and GPU
Requires two large power adapters, Portable in only the most literal sense, Extremely high cost relative to other gaming systems
If you've been looking at the field of gaming laptops for the past couple of years, you've probably noticed that they are getting thinner, lighter, and less conspicuous. Today's gaming laptops are not only capable of playing the latest games at high frame...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-22
4x SODIMM slots and 3x storage bays immediately accessible, near desktop-level CPU and GPU performance, comparatively lighter than the competition, absolutely silent when set to Quiet mode, both full-size NumPad and Macro keys, 144 Hz panel with minimal...
short battery life; smaller battery than Alienware 17 R5, CPU at ~100 C when under 100 percent utilization, requires two AC adapters for full performance, no fingerprint reader or SD card reader, fewer storage bays than the MSI GT75, loud fan noise when...
Dell's Clevo Killer. The latest 17.3-inch Alienware is going all-in with hardware and features not found on almost any other gaming laptop. Not only does the Area-51m leapfrog over the 45 W Core H-series for full-fat 95 W Core K-series CPUs, but it also s...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-08
Strong gaming and productivity performance, Beautiful new design, Upgradable CPU and GPU, Blazing transfer speeds,
Extremely pricey, No 4K options
To paraphrase Charlton Heston, many gamers and enthusiasts will only be parted from their desktops when you pry the keyboard and mouse from their cold, dead hands. But those desktop die-hards may be willing to loosen their grip ever so slightly to try out...
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Reviewed on 2019-01-29
Stunning space station aesthetic, Excellent graphics and overall performance, Lightning fast SSDs, All major components upgradable
Exorbitantly expensive
"High above the ground but I'm under her charisma" - Pink Floyd "Dark Side Of The Moon"Alienware came to kick ass and chew bubblegum. You know the rest. Sporting a new look and the first-ever design that enables upgradeable graphics, Alienware is ready to...
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