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Alienware hotel room is for diehard gamers on vacation

By Shawn Knight · 8 replies
Apr 20, 2018
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  1. Vacations are often viewed as a time to unplug from our busy digital lives and reconnect with friends and family in a more intimate setting – you know, in person. Those interested in booking room 2425 at the Hilton Panama, however, likely have little interest in the latter.

    The Alienware room is a gamer’s paradise. As Homecrux highlights, the pad is equipped with a high-end Alienware PC running an Intel Core i7 8700 CPU, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti GPU, 32GB of DDR4 RAM and Windows 10 Pro. There’s also a laptop on hand – an Alienware 15 – sporting a Core i7-7700HQ chip, 32GB of memory and a GTX 1070 which should be handy if you can’t leave the desktop for more than five minutes to use the restroom.

    There’s also an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset on hand as well as a 65-inch 4K OLED TV paired to a 5.1-channel audio system and a 34-inch Alienware monitor for desktop gaming. And that just scratches the surface as you’ve got Alienware-everything accessories (keyboards, mice, palm rests) plus Xbox One Elite controllers, a gaming simulator chair and even full-room lighting effects.

    Should you somehow decide to pull yourself away from the gaming action, you’ll find two king beds and a luxurious bathroom at your disposal.

    The Alienware gaming room at the Hilton Panama is now available at a somewhat reasonable $349 per night.

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  2. gusticles41

    gusticles41 TS Guru Posts: 296   +308

    Could see this being neat for a nerdy bachelor party or something. Though the room doesn't sound too big.
     
  3. Kenrick

    Kenrick TS Evangelist Posts: 629   +403

    Tripadvisor does not approve this kind of vacation.
     
  4. ZackL04

    ZackL04 TS Maniac Posts: 386   +187

    Booooo
     
  5. cartera

    cartera TS Evangelist Posts: 378   +120

    How long untill somebody swaps the 1080ti for a GTX 760 and swipes the RAM leaving only 8GB. I'm sure the majority of hotel staff wouldn't know how to check.
     
  6. bohemond1099

    bohemond1099 TS Member Posts: 49   +17

    If you want to remain a bachelor.
     
  7. Scshadow

    Scshadow TS Evangelist Posts: 535   +167

    349 a night? Somewhat reasonable?! Reminds me of why I don't go on vacation... because 349 probably is comparatively reasonable.
     
  8. gusticles41

    gusticles41 TS Guru Posts: 296   +308

    Ha! I have more than one married friend who would be all over this...
     
  9. Wendig0

    Wendig0 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,137   +134

    Gamers? This looks like the perfect setup for a 24 hour fap-a-thon on pornhub. By the way, I game naked.
     

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