Alienware's new VR-ready laptops are now available to order

If you've been waiting to get your hands on Alienware's 2016 laptop lineup, now's your chance. The refreshed Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 laptops featuring NVIDIA's GTX 10-series graphics are now available to order.

First unveiled during IFA in early September, both Alienware offerings are VR-capable thanks to NVIDIA's latest graphics chips. In the Alienware 15, you'll be able to configure up to a GTX 1070, while the Alienware 17 will be configurable with up to a GTX 1080 — though only the GTX 1070 configuration is available right now.

Otherwise, you're looking at up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage, FHD and 4K display options, and 6th-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processor options. Interestingly, Alienware has also included some interesting eye-tracking tech that lets you control the keyboard backlight by simply looking at the keyboard. When you look away, back towards the screen, the backlight will then turn off for distraction-free gaming. Oh, and there's Windows Hello support on board as well.

Interested? If so, you can configure a laptop of your own directly from Alienware's website now.

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