Alienware M11x Laptop mixes extreme portability and gaming

by Rafael Hernandez on March 30, 2010 · 0 comments

It’s not often that a good set of components comes along that allows for a new class of computer, or in this case laptop, that changes what people think of a previously under-performing segment of PC. Here’s to game changers!

The Alienware M11x notebook computer sports an impossibly small footprint and Nvidia GeForce GT 335M switchable graphics which should make for some light-weight lugging and power efficient experience. AnandTech has the review:

Minor blemishes aside, there’s still no getting around the fact that this is a very capable gaming laptop with a very small footprint. The total performance on tap should be about equal to that of the Gateway P-6831 FX that we praised a couple years ago. The overclocked CULV processor is faster and uses far less power, and the same goes for the GT325M (though the old 8800M did have a memory bus that was twice as wide). Add in switchable graphics and you have a laptop that weighs roughly half as much and lasts two to four times as long on battery power. Join us as we take a closer look at what makes the M11x tick and run it through our benchmark suite.

A slick machine for just about any usage…even for on the go gaming.

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