WIN a new Alienware 17 gaming laptop!
13 Oct 2016   Accessories, Contests, PC Share

WIN a new Alienware 17 gaming laptop!


Or two very amazing runner-up prizes!

Thanks to the amazing people at Alienware, Stevivor’s got a state-of-the-art new Alienware 17 laptop to give away to a very lucky reader!

Known to push the limits in developing and delivering the best gaming products, Alienware is celebrating its 20th year of gaming excellence. To help celebrate such a milestone, we’ve got the new Alienware 17 to give away, plus some amazing runner-up prizes as well!

Here’s what’s on offer:

  • First prize: A new Alienware 17 gaming laptop
  • Second prize: A top-rated 2016 PC title of your choice
  • Third prize: An Alienware prize pack, consisting of a t-shirt, hat and a drawstring bag hoodie

To win, all you need to do is register your details and tell us, as creatively as you can, in twenty-five (25) words or less: “Which game, released in 2016, would you play with your brand new Alienware 17 and why?”

WIN an Alienware 17 gaming laptop!

Simple, no? Get in your entry before 11.59 pm AEST on 31 October; we’ll pick one first prize, one second prize and one third prize winner from all eligible entries on 1 November. Winners must be a resident of Australia, aged 15 or above. Winners will be contacted by email to arrange delivery of their prize. Full terms and conditions can be found above, or here.

Good luck!

New Alienware 17

The new Alienware 17 laptop boasts the following key features:

  • A 6th gen Intel Core i7 processor
  • NVIDIA 10-series graphics
  • VR-ready
  • Tobii eye-tracking

Alienware’s most powerful 17″ gaming laptop is designed for the most immersive VR and now has options for the revolutionary Tobii eye tracking, bringing you deeper in the game than ever before.

This page was first published on 30 September 2016.

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