CES 2020 concept UFO by Dell/Alienware

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  1. IKAS V

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    cool! I like it
     
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    As long as it's at the price range of switch then it's a buy for me.
     
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    Highly doubt it'll be anywhere near the price of a switch cmon man this is AW your talking about.
     
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    It's going to run on an Intel integrated GPU. I wouldn't get my hopes up too high on this thing.

     
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    There doesn’t seem to be any AW graphics amp port. Which if true is a huge let down. But honestly I’ll probably get one regardless. I take my switch with daily. And there are a lot of games in my pack log I need to play. So this would be perfect for that. So I’d get a lot of mileage out of it. But if I can’t hook it up to the Graphics amp at home then that defeats the value of a dock for it in my opinion.
     
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    I didn't even think of that.

    They should of added a Graphics Amp port LOL
     
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    It looks like the demo setup Asus used a couple of years ago - what appeared to be a high speed dedicated dual USB set up - which was a actually a dual PCIE x4 gen 3 external hook up - it was a developer test rig used in the Asus demo.

    I would imagine once it's productized either those dual connections will be codified into the production laptop or they will integrate the AW graphics amp port.
     
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    Right? That would be the perfect device setup. Makes a lot more sense than even with a laptop. I’m hoping they’re still in the prototype stage and will add it to the final product. Regardless it would still be a sell for me just do to it would replace my switch in my backpack everyday. ;)

    That’s actually encouraging to hear. I think that would really sell the product for anyone interested in something like this.
     
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    It’s not in its final form just the concept phase ( very polished looking ) for all we know they can use Tiger Lake or a AMD 4800U if ever released. Who knows maybe even a low power MX350.
    Actually a 15W 4800U able to boost to 20W/25W in gaming mode sounds like a good match and would be a cheaper alternative to anything Intel would have to offer.
    What I do know is it’s turned some heads and looks good enough to be released tomorrow.
     
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