Alienware OptX AW2210 Monitor & TactX Headset

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Introduction

During the past several months, Alienware have introduced four peripherals to market that combine performance with their unique styling identity, each offered to allow serious gamers the chance to immerse themselves in an ultimate gaming ecosystem. These components have been built to exacting standards designed to complement a wide range of computer systems ranging from the most esoteric custom builds to models from other manufacturers, in addition to their own powerful line of desktops and laptops.

We’ve already taken a look and the TactX Keyboard and Mouse, today we have on review their OptX HD Monitor and TactX Headset. Is this ‘outside the box’ thinking from Alienware good enough to match up with components inside the box of many higher end systems? Let’s take a look…

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