Alienware isn’t revealing hardware specifics, discussing things like battery life, and won’t even comment on whether this prototype will actually become a real product. What Alienware is showing is a unique vision for where PC gaming could go. Just picture being able to play some of your favorite PC games on a device like this.
The prototype runs Windows 10, weighs roughly two pounds, and features an eight-inch 1200p display. The controllers connect to it through magnetic strips. The screen is equipped with a back-mounted kickstand that can be extended when the controller is removed. USB-C ports on the unit can be used for a variety of things, including connecting a keyboard and mouse.
CES showgoers can head to Alienware’s booth to test out Rocket League, F1 2019, and Mortal Kombat 11 on this exciting prototype. What do you think of Alienware’s vision of the future for PC gaming? Let us know in the comments below.