Alienware has announced they’ve refreshed their entire laptop range with the new GTX 10-series GPUs which are powerful enough to run VR units like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

Alienware has stated the laptops now feature up to 85% increased performance from their previous range and with the type of benchmarks we’ve seen with the GTX 10-series on laptops, you can expect pretty much close to desktop performance.

“Gaming is in a time of renaissance right now; awesome games and development, amazing resolutions and technology, plus the pure excitement around VR experiences – it’s an incredible driving force and it feels similar to the energy that started Alienware 20 years ago,” said Frank Azor, general manager of Alienware and XPS, Dell.

“These new notebooks are a product of that history and approach, but also of the demands and expectations of gamers today. Being true to both is what Alienware is about and we’re proud to bring these notebooks to gamers.”

Prices will start from the following:

  • Alienware 13: AU $1,699
  • Alienware 15: AU $2,299
  • Alienware 17: AU $2,799

If you want a Alienware Gaming Laptop with GTX 10-series graphics, you’ll have to wait till the 30th September 2016 to customise and pick one up. Check out the Alienware store for the current range here.