Alienware laptops will include Wireless-N 1202 Module from Killer
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It has recently been announced by Qualcomm Atheros and Killer Technology that the latest Alienware gaming laptops will include the Wireless-N 1202 Mobile Bluetooth module in the standard packaging. This is one of the two new network solution devices which were recently revealed by Killer.
According to Mike Cubbage, director of business development, network business unit, Qualcomm Atheros, with the Alienware this device will be able to provide the best gaming experience possible. The Killer Wireless-N 1202 will also continue delivering a superior gaming experience in real-time communications with the Alienware laptop. It will provide the best online application performance, intelligence and control to ensure the critical online applications and gets the required bandwidth.
This device helps to surpass the speed of most other third party wireless network adapter providers as well as user-control over network packets and speed diversification. It is also expected that Alienware might include the Killer 2x2 MIMO Wi-Fi module devices in upcoming laptops however no official declaration has been made yet.
Frank Azor, General Manager Alienware has also added that after integrating the Killer Wireless N-1202 technology the gamers will be able to get an exceptional online gaming experience. After this declaration it is for sure that the gamers might be getting very excited to check out the experience in these devices. They will specially want to experience the games like firewall, Bullet Run and PlanetSide 2 on this device.
If you are a real gamer and want to know more about the Killer technology networking solutions you can check it on their official website. And if you want to know more about the Alienware included with this networking solution you can visit the Alienware website.