Got one to sell?

Got one to sell?

Get it in front of 17+ million UK buyers.

Alienware Laptop Replacement Keyboard

If you're a gaming enthusiast, you'll almost certainly have heard of the Alienware brand of specialist gaming computers. If you've been using one of these high powered laptops, you may be in need of an Alienware laptop replacement keyboard to replace a worn out or damaged keyboard.

Advantages of an Alienware laptop replacement keyboard

You may have damaged your laptop keyboard while playing a game particularly enthusiastically, or you may have spilt a drink onto it or dropped the machine. Whatever the reason, fitting a replacement keyboard onto your Alienware laptop will work out far less expensively than replacing the whole laptop.

Some types of Alienware laptop replacement keyboard

The Alienware gaming computer range still uses a conventional QWERTY keyboard meaning that you can use them for traditional computing purposes as well as gaming, as these machines are very powerful.

Some of the replacement laptop keyboards you can buy will feature a backlight, adding amazing style and making your keys much easier to see in the dark (especially useful for those late night gaming sessions). Some will also come with a trackpad included, so you don't need to plug in a separate mouse.

The main differentiator between the types of Alienware replacement keyboards on offer is the relevant screen size of your laptop. You must ensure that you get a keyboard that is designed to fit your specific model number of laptop, as this will ensure the keyboard fits the particular size for the Alienware laptop you own. Buying an incorrectly sized keyboard will mean that you will be unable to install and use it.

About the Alienware brand

Alienware was originally founded in 1996 as a specialist supplier of gaming computers. They were acquired by the larger Dell computer company ten years later and continue today as a subsidiary of Dell that operates independently in terms of design and production of its computer models.

Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab