The new M15x notebook packs an impressive amount of computing power with the new Clarksfield mobile Core i7 running at 2.0GHz and a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260m hands the graphics. Plus there is an astounding 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and the rest of the standard equipment including a Blu-ray drive, three USB 2.0 ports, Firewire, and gigabit Ethernet.
So far, I don’t think there have been any benchmarks conducted, but with specs like that, the M15x probably won’t have any issues being the fastest 15-inch notebook on the planet. Dell has the configure page up now for the notebook and prices start at $1,499 but I made one without any accessories or extra warranty that tallied up to $4,698. Anyone wanna buy it for me?
Even the microATX Aurora and liquid-cooled Aurora ALX got an update and can now be configured with up to 12GB of DD3 RAM, Core i7 CPUs, dual graphics cards. All this power starts at only $1,299.
The new Area-51 and Area-51 ALX desktops are just as impressive sporting liquid-cooled Core i7 CPUs and enough options to satisfy any trust fund baby including up to 12GB of 1,333MHz DDR memory, quad-GPUs, twin Blu-ray drives and dual gigabit Ethernet ports. The cases have been redesigned and now feature all sorts of nifty features as internal lighting, six cable-less hdd trays, and of course, look like nothing else on the market. Prices start out at $1,999 but can probably rocket-up once all the extras, including the new TactX gaming accessories, get added on.