Tuesday, March 22, 2011

[PC News] Alienwere M11x R3

Hi, today Alienwere show spec. for M11x R3 :

Battery: 8-Cell 63WHr
LCD: 11.6″, 1366×768, TrueLife glossy panel, White-LED backlight
RAM stick options: 1GB/2GB/4GB/8GB, 1333MHz, DDR3
CPU options: i5-2537M, 1.4GHz up to 2.3GHz
i7-2617M, 1.5GHz up to 2.6GHz
i7-2657M, 1.6GHz up to 2.7GHz
HDD options: 250GB / 320GB / 500GB / 640GB / 750GB, SATA2, 7200rpm
SSD: 256GB, SATA2, Samsung P810
Wireless options: WWAN 3G, LTE/WiMax 4G
Color options: Red / Black, Soft Touch

I think this is very FAST NETBOOK :P

21 comments:

  1. gorgeous. how much does it cost?

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  2. 11' gaming notebook lol
    how about video card?

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  3. powerful but needs a bigger screen for me to game on that..

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  4. great machine, i prefer a macbook pro 15'' tough :3

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  5. I almost bought one of previous models from ebay... ahhh...

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  6. That is a killer computer O.O

    I don't have that great of a computer, but it gets me what I need done.

    following

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  7. it is sexy too. although I'd rather have a gaming desktop and a light long lasting battery portable laptop.

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  8. I want it. But I know that it will definitely be outta my price range. And I always see people with Alienware as I do the Macfags. Like it's all about the name and elitism.

    It is freakin' sexy though. Even if it is a vamped up Dell =P

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  9. The real question is... how much does it weight? Alienwares are famous for being BIG

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  10. I like the look, but Alienware has really gone downhill lately as far as warranty support. I blame Dell...

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  11. what an amazement :o this is insane

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  12. Looks nice, will probably be incredibly expensive though.

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  13. I would give my right arm for an alienware rig. Glad to see they're in the netbook business now.

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  14. It looks awesome. Although, I'm hesitant to get an Alienware. My buddy got one, and less than two years later (with of course, heavy use) it's in pieces. Then again, he doesn't really take care of his stuff.

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  15. Not sure I'd go the Alienware route, but that laptop has some pretty awesome specs.

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  16. I wonder how long the battery can support all that speed.

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