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The 14? Alienware m14x r2 Core i7 900p Gaming Laptop is on sale today for just $1,264 after $162 in instant savings plus a $100 off coupon. Shipping is also free. The system runs on a powerful Core i7-3630QM Quad-core processor, a 2GB...Show More Summary
Today’s best deals across the web are chock-full of high performance PCs, awe-inspiring monitors, and enough gadgets to make any geek salivate. Leading the pack is the Alienware m14x, a 14-inch laptop that packs everything but the kitchen sink under its extraterrestrial chassis. This model sports a Core i5 processor, GeForce GT 650M graphics card,…
The model on sale today foregoes the pricier Core i7 processor -- which does little for gaming performance -- and instead keeps costs down with a (still Ivy Bridge) Core i5-3210M dual-core chip. Keeping your fragging credibility intact is an Nvidia GeForce GT 650M GPU with 1GB of GDDR5 VRAM. It also supports Nvidia's seamless graphics switching technology, Optimus.
This rare deal on an m14x r2 offers the lowest price we have seen yet on this high-powered system. The base configuration starts at just $829.02 after $169.98 savings and includes a Core i5-3210M processor, 6GB of RAM, 1GB GeForce GT 650M graphics, and 500GB hard drive.
Yesterday we alerted gamers about Qualcomm Atheros giving away a Dell XPS 15 gaming laptop. Today, we're alerting gamers about Qualcomm giving away an Alienware M14x gaming laptop with Killer's Wireless-N 1202 Network Card.
Gaming laptops. Those are always fun, and we like to see deals on them because what’s more fun than gaming if not for portable gaming? The Alienware m14x is a
Dedicated laptop graphics cards rarely live up to the performance level of their desktop counterparts, meaning that many so-called gaming laptops simply can't cut it on more modern games - despite some lofty price-tags. In putting together...Show More Summary
The 14? Dell Alienware m14x r2 Core i5 Gaming Laptop is on sale today for just $1,099.00, with free shipping. This is the ultimate system for the serious video gamer! The system runs...
Hot on the heels of last week’s preview of Intel’s 3rd-generation Core i5 and i7 Ivy Bridge mobile processors, Dell’s Alienware high performance PC gaming brand has announced Ivy Bridge availability in its refreshed M14x, M17x, and M18x gaming laptops. Show More Summary
The launch of any new mobile processor line almost always precedes retail availability, but with Ivy Bridge mobile just previewed last week, we’re already seeing various companies ship updated laptop and notebook configurations. The biggest vendor to announce shipping IVB laptops/notebooks is Dell, in this case under their Alienware brand. Show More Summary
The Alienware M14x, M17x and M18x gaming notebooks have received a major facelift with the upgradation to the better Nvidia 600 Series graphics processing unit. While the M14x will pack Nvidia GeForce GT650M with 1GB DDR5, the M18x will be available with dual GTX 675M (2GB DDR5, each). All three renditions offer Intel Core i7 with Sandy Bridge chips....
Dell is rolling out a series of updates to the Alienware M14x, m17x, m18x laptops, including the latest GPUs from Nvidia and AMD. This timing is odd, to say the least, as Intel's third-generation Core i-series CPUs (also known as Ivy Bridge) aren't included. Show More Summary
By David Ponce Alienware used to be one of those brands you spoke of in hushed tones. “Hey, check out that dude, he’s got an Alienware!” “He must be loaded!” And so on… But then Alienware sold out to Dell and while they still make ok products, they seem to have lost their edge. That’s [...]
Understanding that many users would just as soon want to be able to game on the go without having to lug a ten pound land monster with them, Alienware offers the M14x, a notebook that offers portable performance without breaking your back in the process. Show More Summary
Know what happens when you split the difference between an M18x and an M11x? The M14x, of course! We managed a bit of hands-on time with Alienware's middleman back in April, and now the web at large has had a chance to spit their opinions on it. Show More Summary
There's something about the allure of a gaming notebook. Even mainstream users, not necessarily hellbent on frame rates and decked-out designs, can relate to a powerful notebook with striking good looks. It's no wonder that products like Asus' G73 series of notebooks and Alienware's M series, have been some of the most viewed pages of our...
By David Ponce The Alienware brand, even before it was snapped up by Dell in 2006, was always synonymous with gaming performance. It was also synonymous with “expensive hardware”. And things haven’t changed all that much, even under the Dell umbrella. Take for instance the m14x laptop. Some reviewers described thusly: “It’s tough to find [...]