Alienware has issued a new configuration for its popular M15 R4 and M17 R4 laptops, outfitting the gaming-centric machines with remarkably low-profile mechanical keyboards.
The updated machines, from Dell’s gaming subsidiary, are the world’s first laptops made with new keys from the German company Cherry MX. The 3.5mm Cherry MX ultra-low profile keys are three years in the making, Alienware says. The new configurations with the Cherry MX keyboards cost an extra £100.
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