Alienware vs Dell XPS
Alienware and Dell XPS are two of the leading gaming computer brands in the market. Alienware is a company that specializes in making computers perfect for playing games. You may not believe it, but there are gaming freaks that are ready to pay extra if the system is so designed so as to give them unbridled gaming pleasure, and is high performing. Alienware rig is one model that has always been the first choice of the gamers in all parts of the country. Dell XPS line of computers has been providing stiff competition to Alienware as it has also produced rigs that match Alienware rigs feature by feature.
One notable feature that differentiates Alienware from Dell XPS is its designing and its logo that are influenced by sci-fi games and are enough to provide a kick to the gamers. Dell XPS, though it has got stunning looks, lacks this special and innovative feature. Another difference between the two is the custom made cases that Alienware provide to the buyers. These cases contain fans that keep the system cool even when heavy games are played at high speed. They have also provided the option of pouring water on the system to prevent it from over heating which is missing in Dell XPS.
The scenario underwent a sea of change when Dell decided to take over Alienware in 2006. In December 2006, the two companies merged but Dell continued to keep the brand name Alienware alive and kicking knowing the craze about the gaming computers made by Alienware. For some time Dell kept producing both Alienware and Dell XPS but there are rumors that Dell has finally decided to do away with its XPS line. Dell has decided to sell XPS as a high performing computer instead of branding as a gaming computer.
• Alienware and Dell XPS are two of the leading gaming computer brands in the market
• Alienware differs from Dell XPS in its designing that is influenced by sci-fi games. It also has a striking logo. Both these features are missing in Dell XPS
• Alienware provides special cases containing exhaust fans to keep computer cool and also has provision to pour water for cooling the system. These features are not there in Dell XPS.
• Dell acquired Alienware in 2006 and two were produced under the same roof for some time
• Dell has now decided to promote XPS as a high performing computer instead of branding it as a gaming computer