• Alienware M18x Configurator Live On Dell Europe

    Wanna burn a few minutes. Jump over to Dell Europe and spec out the unannounced Alienware M18x gaming notebook. I got one up to £5,543.99, which included a nut-busting Core i7 Extreme CPU, dual 2GB AMD Radeon HD 6970M CrossfireX GPUs, and 32GB of RAM. Now where’s that Aol equipment request form… Read More

  • Alienware M18X Gaming Notebook Leaked, Crazy Specs And All

    Milk it! The already-full Alienware notebook line is soon getting a new big brother in the form of an 18-inch gaming monster. The M18x briefly appeared on Dell’s Canadian site and listed all the pertinent information including the pricing and specs. Yeah, this big boy doesn’t come cheap, but it’s certainly a mobile powerhouse just like the M17x. Read More

  • Rumored Specs For The Alienware M11x R3 Pegs The Ultraportable as Ultrapowerful

    The Alienware M11x is a fun little beast. It’s touted as a full-fledge portable gaming system and the current generation fits that marketing label with a 1GB discrete NVIDIA GPU. But the model’s Core 2 Duo CPU is getting a little antiquated. Dell-Lab just posted what they claim are the preliminary specs for the next incarnation. Yeah, if these specs are the real deal, the M11x R3… Read More

  • Klipsch Speakers Round Out Alienware M17x's Super Specs

    Klipsch, which was recently acquired by Audiovox, is stepping up its presence in the PC gaming scene. Its speakers are found in the just-released Alienware M17x gaming laptop, itself perhaps most famous for its inclusion of Nvidia-powered 3D graphics. Read More

  • Alienware M11X On Sale For Black Friday

    Oh Alienware, how could you do this to me? My favorite Alienware sub-compact laptop (the M11x) comes out on sale just when my wife expects me to spend money on gifts for the family. That’s right, the 1GB Nividia driven 335M 15″ gaming laptop that Devin wasn’t a complete fan of, but that was before they fixed the video chipset. The M11x starts at a quite reasonable $599… Read More

  • Bigfoot To Bundle Its Killer 2100 High-Speed NIC In Alienware Computers

    I’ve expressed my opinion on, as I put it, this performance NIC nonsense. But it’d be silly to pretend that if you’re interested in the best performance possible, you shouldn’t lay out out a little extra to make sure every piece of your computer is optimized. Alienware knows people like doing that, and they’ve partnered Bigfoot to offer the Killer 2100 NIC in… Read More

  • Alienware officially updates the M11x

    When we ran our review of the Alienware M11x a few months back, there were a couple of things that really didn’t sit well with us. They had decided on the older Nvidia chipset (which forced you to basically shut everything down to change from discrete to active video) and you were somewhat limited in what CPU options were available. Well, no longer. Read More

  • CrunchRumor: Alienware M11x to get updated Nvidia chipset?

    One question that has come up ever since the M11x was released was why didn’t Alienware use the Nvidia Optimus chipset. The chipset that Alienware did use makes switching between the integrated and discreet graphics rather awkward and jarring, and a less then ideal user experience. Well, the rumor rattling around the pipes today is that the M11x may be getting a refresh this summer, and… Read More

  • Review: Alienware M11x

    Short version: It’s not an all-in-one gaming solution, but for under $1000 it’s a sleek and relatively powerful machine with a few compelling features. Hope you like LEDs. Read More

  • Alienware M11x gallery and first impressions

    We’ll have a full review of Alienware’s pint-sized gaming machine, but in case you guys haven’t seen enough pictures of it (or there just wasn’t enough bokeh in those other sites’ shots), I’ve put together a nice little gallery for you. I’m happy to take more pictures too if you want close-ups of this or that. Read More

  • Alienware's Core i7-980x Area-51 beast ousted as the Lake Erie UFO

    Did you hear about the UFO that appeared for nine straight days over Lake Erie? It’s been identified as Alienware’s Area-51 powered by Intel’s just-announced 6 core i7-980X CPU and we have the pics to prove it. Read More

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