Alienware debuted a new line of accessories at E3 this year with new mice, keyboards, and a new high-end gaming monitor.

Alienware has two new computer mouses to offer: the $49.99 Advanced Gaming Mouse, and the $89.99 Elite Gaming Mouse. Both mice offer the option to quickly switch DPI sensitivity on the fly, customizable LEDs, and nine configurable buttons. What separates the Elite Gaming Mouse is the use of more premium materials, adjustable weights, and more DPI levels.

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Similar to the mice,  this year Alienware will offer a $89.99 Advanced Gaming Keyboard, which has KaiHua brown mechanical switches with LED lighting. A $119.99 premium Pro Gaming Keyboard will be offered, which adds backlight keys, a dedicated volume roller, and onboard memory for storing macros.

The biggest announcement came when Alienware introduced the Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor, which offers 1920 x 1080 resolution, a native refresh rate of 240Hz, and a 1-millisecond response time. The Alienware 25 is available now in both a $499.99 model with AMD FreeSync or at $699.9 model with Nvidia’s G-Sync.

Lastly, Alienware is updating its Area 51 Desktop with new processors.The Area-51 is the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to use AMD’s new Threadripper Ryzen chips, and will be the only one in 2017. The Threadripper edition will be available on July 27, and the i9 model on August 22.

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