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The Hilton Hotel in Panama introduces an insane Alienware gaming room

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Panama City is giving one more excuse to visit itself irrespective of your sightseeing at Casco Viejo or the Balboa Avenida walkway. As in a surprising move by the Hilton Hotel, “Room 2425” has been turned into the ultimate gaming getaway, courtesy of Alienware. Making it an irresistible offer for all the gamer out there.

According to sources, the details of this high-end setup were originally highlighted with a gallery of extremely attractive images at Xataca. Needless to say, once you check in, you’ll be greeted with spectacular Alienware gaming PCs, HD displays, loud booming sound ambience, and even a virtual reality (VR) setup with an Oculus Rift headset. An absolute drool-worthy place for every gamer.

In terms of interior, this room offers futuristic sci-fi styling & amenities such as beanbag chairs and Alienware-branded pillows and even tissue boxes giving every possible way for your comfy experience.

‏As far as hardware is concerned, you ’ll surely have a great time with the racing simulator chair with upholstery specially designed using NASA’s Outcast technology. This same technology is used to protects astronauts from temperature fulgurations. Isn’t it cool? Also, you can enjoy our favourite shooter on a 4K 65-inch OLED TV using a PC loaded with an Intel Core i7-8700 processor and a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card for a memorable gaming experience.

Those who are looking for a lighter fare, they’ll be offered with an Alienware 15 laptop on the desk which is powered by a Core i7-7700HQ processor and a GeForce GTX 1070 GPU.

Speaking of ambience, this room features state of the art lighting that specifically designed to respond to the game you’re playing using an immersive Alienware AlienFX technology that makes you dive deep into the game.

Needless to say, this Hotel Hilton’s special partnership with Alienware has taken the smart room technology to a completely next level. According to sources, Juan Carlos Garcés of Intel told the website Homecrux, “With this unique offer in the market, once again the Hilton Panama Hotel is consolidated as a hotel that focuses its tourism offer on providing unique and memorable experiences to its customers, guests, and visitors.”

This room cost for about $349 per night and apart from gaming, it also features a magnificent view of Panama City beaches and the Pacific Ocean. But, ironically most of the visitors who’ll be staying in Room 2425 will end up spending their entire vacation with their curtains drawn.

Nadeem Ahmed

Though I don't get enough time for gaming but I still love to gather knowledge about computers. I currently work in an IT company and you can contact me at Nadeem@xtremegaminerd.com.
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