Alienware: Now use Desktop-Graphic Cards on your Laptop

What if I could get GTX 780 to work on my lappy? Sounds like a crazy idea….right? But if such type of sophisticated technology is developed to power up laptops with desktop-graphic cards, that could change the fate of PC gaming. Don’t worry, you will soon get to see this change, as Alienware just recently unveiled it’s Graphics Amplifier, beautifully designed to suit the needs of PC gamers.

The device, covered by a flashy body, houses a built in 460-watt power supply unit and a PCI-Express slot. So, you just need to insert your card in the slot, hook it to the PSU via power connectors, plug the whole setup into your lappy and then you are done! Enjoy gaming-redefined, that you have never experienced before, on your lappy. On top of that, the device can support multiple systems as there are four USB 3.0 connectors available at your service.

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The Graphics Amplifier can support any card in the market out there. However, there is an exception for Radeon R9 295 X2, which cannot be housed due to its monstrous built and bulky design. Remember that this is an Alienware exclusive device which means it will work with Alienware products only.


Let’s overview it’s features and specs:

  • Dimension-6.8 x 7.3 x 16.1-inches
  • Weight- 7.7 pounds
  • 460 watt PSU
  • 4 USB 3.0 connectors
  • PCI- Express slot
  • Rectangular box casing with side and rear vents


Alienware Graphics Amplifer has the potential to define a new-era of gaming . You should definitely buy this device if you are a serious gamer and also into benchmarking stuff. The product, priced at $300, will be released globally this year during Christmas.

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You can watch the video below to know how this stuff works:

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