Dell today announced the updated Inspiron Gaming Desktop powered by 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen processors (up to 8 core, 16-thread) to deliver improved performance to meet the demands of gamers. Allowing gamers more control over their audio experience. Connectivity options include a single USB 3.1 Type-C port and up to six USB 3.0 ports.
Pricing for the Dell Inspiron 5676 starts at $849.99 and will be available starting June 12.
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Dell also unveiled some Alienware software products, including the Command Center Sound Center available for free, the official Arena app that will launch on Google Play on June 12th, and an online training platform called Alienware Academy. The Dell-owned company has two new PC accessories in particular: a wireless headset and a wired gaming mouse. The new Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse will launch on July 31 for $89.99. It has 7.1 virtual surround sound with what the company says is deep, rich bass.
Also new is the next-gen Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse that will feature two interchangeable side wings, 11 programmable buttons and five configurable DPI levels. You also get a noise-cancelling microphone on a swivel that activates automatically as it is moved into position and AlienFX lighting with two zones and 6.8 million colors to choose from. The 1,200mAh battery is good for up to 15 hours when fully charged, but how much life you manage to squeeze out of it depends mostly on whether or not you have its AlienFX lighting features turned on. Comfort was a big focus for Dell and the headset uses sports mesh ear cushions, a wide and flexible headband, and lightweight composites and reinforced alloys for the rotatable ear cups. Dell will launch the headset June 11 for $229.