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Alienware Vs Macbook Pro 2015

Alienware Vs Macbook Pro 2015

Alienware Vs Macbook Pro 2015

Depending on your needs, both laptops deliver excellent performance. If you want a laptop for general productivity, the MacBook will be a superior option. However, the Alienware will perform better if you want to game. The company Alienware is climbing the list of the finest gaming laptops available thanks to its laptops.

To find out the winners, we have compared Apples MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019) with the Alienware M15 R1 gaming laptop. If we compare the design of the Alienware m15 to that of MacBook Pro, then former is better than the latter. With its Intel Core i9 CPU and 16GB RAM, Apple has outperformed the Alienware m15, although later it is the gaming laptop that has an Intel Core i7 CPU and 16GB RAM. The M1 MacBook Air, at 13.3 inches, has integrated graphics options, as high as the Apple M1 iGPU (8 graphics cores, 1,280 MHz).

With this, Alienwares M15 R1 has more ports and slots compared to the M1 MacBook Air, which has just two Thunderbolt 3 ports, one headphone jack. In addition to that, it has a single SATA slot, which users can use to mount a 2.5-inch SATA SSD, an SSD, or a HDD for additional storage. The 16-inch model maxes out at the Core i9-9980HK, Radeon Pro 5600M 8GB, 64GB RAM, and 8TB storage, at a steep $6,699.

The 16-inch model starts at $2,399 with the Core i7-9750H, Radeon Pro 5300M, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. While those specs are from 2015 (which is old in computing years), the top-of-the-line model costs $2,899, with the 2.8GHz quad-core Intel i7, 16GB of memory, a 1TB SSD, and all of the ports you are used to (USB-3, SD reader, and Thunderbolt 2). While the specs are 2015 (which in computer years is old ), a top-of-the-line model costs $ 2,899 and comes with a 2.8GHz quad-core Intel i7 processor, 16GB of memory, a 1TB SSD and all the ports you are used to (USB-3, SD card reader and Thunderbolt 2 ). For instance, at the $2,399 launch price, you will be getting a 8th-generation Intel Core i9 CPU, 4GB memory, 2TB SSD, and 32GB RAM, as well as a discrete AMD Radeon 560X GPU.

There is always going to be a small premium on an Apple product, which is going to be a reality for some time. If you want an Apple laptop, you are going to pay through the nose for the privilege. If you want an Alienware laptop, expect to pay a lot more than other Windows laptops.

Check out the  comparison between the 2015 Macbook pro 13-inch and Alienware 

If you are going to be using your Alienware gaming laptop to play games, and need the best specs to get the edge over your competitors, the Alienware 15 is certainly the best choice. Alienware will of course play most of todays games a lot better, particularly because it is so easy to upgrade, but a 15 MacBook Pro is still certainly usable for gaming.

In the end, Apples MacBook Pro 15 and the Alienware M15 are two different laptops with two different use cases. The Alienware m15 is strictly a gaming laptop, but it has more than enough power to handle anything that the Apple MacBook Pro 15 can — as long as you do not mind carrying a glistening lightshow everywhere you go.

The new Alienware 13 is basically a 15-inch laptop squeezed into a 13-inch shell. The Alienware M15 R1 Gaming Laptop looks like an intergalactic cruiser masquerading as a laptop thanks to anodized aluminum in the companys signature Epic Gray.

The 16-inch model includes a desktop-like processor, a discrete GPU, and a 16-inch screen that is nearly 4K. The Alienware notebook has a thin, space gray aluminum body with simple, rounded corners. The Alienware M15 comes with a 15.6-inch display that has 1920*1080 pixels resolution with 60-Hz screen.

If you are looking for sheer power in a laptop, look no further than the new 17-inch Razer Blade Pro. If you are looking for the best overall MacBook of the 2015 line, you definitely need to go with one with the updated Retina screen, faster Intel Core i chips, lots of ports, and an excellent keyboard.

Super-slim refresh for aging Apple MacBook Laptops The ageing MacBook Laptops might be getting all of the headlines lately, but this latest update to the MacBook Pro might well hold a lot more appeal to enterprise users. While most people have not used one of Apples new MacBook Pros, some creative professionals–including graphic designers, photographers, and video editors–are already disappointed with them.

Apples new MacBook Pros do not have the latest Intel and Nvidia CPUs, they offer no more than 16GB of storage, and they have dropped almost all of their traditional ports — including full-size USB ports and SD card readers — in favor of a new Thunderbolt 3 standard. Apples new MacBook Pros also feature Intels 6th-generation CPUs.

The MacBook Pro is supposed to be Apples most powerful laptop for pro users, so the fact that a Broadwell CPU is just about on par with the performance of its Haswell predecessor is a disappointment. While Apples 16-inch MacBook Pro flagship might be an amazing laptop on its own, revitalizing some essentials Mac-minded pro creatives have been pining after for years, it is not the big jump for the MacBook Pro lineup its smaller, 14-inch siblings are.

All these scenarios could be done with either a Windows or a Mac laptop, and clearly Apples flagship 16-inch MacBook Pro holds up well, whether compared to either the workstation-style notebooks mentioned above, or beastly gaming-focused notebooks such as the Alienware X17 and the Lenovo Legion 7i. The MacBook Pro is a content-creation workstation, not a gaming laptop, but these days the lines between the two are getting increasingly blurred, so it is worth taking a brief look at the games performance, measured using the multiplatform GfxBench suite.

Apples MacBook is underwhelming when it comes to gaming, for instance, reference. That is for good reason, since MacBooks almost always have the best build quality along with excellent performance and really nice specs. If we are talking about strictly gaming performance, the Alienware is a high-end performer.

The 2015 model is not exactly ensconced in the workstation mobile category, and, as much as we tried, we did not think the new Force Touch touchpad was quite as groundbreaking as Apple seems to be making it out to be. The refreshed MacBook Pro, with its retina display, is largely an incremental upgrade from the prior model, featuring faster drive speeds and stronger graphics, as well as the same comfy keyboard, thin design, lengthy battery life, and gorgeous screen.

Is Apple better than Alienware?

The performance of the two laptops in the Geekbench test was fairly close. The m15 R3 came in slightly behind the MacBook at 21,450, scoring 23,138. The MacBook does, therefore, slightly outperform Alienware in terms of productivity. When we turn to video games, the outcomes are reversed.

Is Alienware still the best?

With their high price tags, Alienware laptops are pushing the company’s reputation as the maker of the greatest gaming laptops even higher. Despite this, they continue to be a favorite among PC gamers for a good reason they have a high-quality build and superb engineering.

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