Alienware has doubled the size of its Alienware peripheral suite.
Alienware’s Dual Mode Wireless Gaming Headset (AW720H) is designed for gamers, with a wider suspension headband and soft memory foam ear cups wrapped in a breathable fabric – and the suspension band slides for a more personalised fit.
Users connect with either a 2.4GHz USB-C wireless dongle PC connection or 3.5mm wired integration. The headset offers 40mm hi-res certified drivers and Dolby Atmos, creating 3D surround sound, while the AI noise-cancelling boom microphone helps reduce the impact of ambient sounds. On-headset controls let users easily adjust and balance the game/chat volume.
AW720H offers a battery life of up to 30 hours and fast-charging capabilities.
The Alienware Wired Gaming Headset (AW520H), with many similar features as the AW720H, is it both lightweight and adjustable, supporting longer wear during extended gaming sessions.
Created with right-handed gamers in mind, the new Alienware Wireless Gaming Mouse (AW620M) features sensor technology and patent-pending magnetic-force L/R keyplates. With up to 26 000 DPI, 650 IPS, and 50G max acceleration, the 2.4GHz wireless dongle connection offers up to 140 hours of battery life.
Joining the full range of symmetrical gaming mice (720M, 610M and 320M) this new full-size right-handed mouse features an asymmetrical shape designed for long-lasting comfort along with a dedicated thumb channel to accommodate palm-style grips.
The tactile, textured grip zones offer complete control, and the DPI slider placement on the top of the mouse allows for easy DPI selection while in game. It has a balanced weight and comes with a lightweight USB paracord cable along with a 1000Hz wireless polling and dongle extender to experience virtually lag-free performance.
Each of the new peripherals can be harmoniously connected to your gaming ecosystem and easily managed by Alienware Command Centre (AWCC), a centralised hub that allows quick access to settings such as game-specific profiles and themes, lighting, macros, audio controls and overclocking.