Qualcomm Atheros and Killer Technology have announced that their recently announced Wireless-N 1202 mobile Bluetooh module will be included in the standard packaging of the latest Alienware gaming laptops.
Killer recently let loose the news about their two new network solution devices, and the one device...the Wireless-N 1202 Wi-Fi Module will be included in all upcoming gaming laptops from Alienware.
Mike Cubbage, director of business development, networking business unit, Qualcomm Atheros mentioned in the press release that....
“Alienware continues to be the leader in performance laptops and we appreciate that its customers are used to getting the best gaming experience possible,”
The device enables speeds that far-surpass most other third-party wirelesss network adapter providers, as well as unique user-control over network packets and speed diversification. In other words, you can pick and choose how your bandwidth is distributed amongst various programs using the Killer control panel. Pretty nifty, eh?
Alienware will be including the Killer 2x2 MIMO Wi-Fi module devices in upcoming laptop units, but no official date has been set when you can expect them to go live. Frank Azor, general manager at Alienware simply ended with this little gem...
“Gamers everywhere depend on Alienware to deliver superior experiences that help them achieve that ‘epic win’,” ... “Integrating the Killer Wireless N-1202 technology—another first from Alienware—allows gamers to experience exceptional online gaming.”
Well I can't wait to see these in action. Especially with hot-shot games like FireFall, Bullet Run and PlanetSide 2 on the horizon, gamers will have plenty of online competitive games that will need both hardware speed and network speed to get the most out of their performance.
You can learn more about the Killer Technology networking solutions over at their Official Website or you can learn more about the upcoming Alienware gaming laptops to include the Killer tech by visiting the Official Alienware Website.