Dell's Alienware M11x already offered up some potent graphics, especially for a laptop of its size. Now - just a few months after release - the M11x is getting a Core i7 CPU upgrade that makes it a powerhouse in every sense.
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Dell's promise: that the Alienware M11x is the "most powerful 11-inch gaming laptop" around. And they're right! It's hard to imagine packing much more oomph into such a portable frame. Then again, there's a reason Muggsey Bogues never won MVP.
Alienware's impressively specced gaming netbook, the M11x, has officially been given the green light in Australia. Full specs and pricing details below.
Just a few hours after the M11x specs first leaked, Dell has put its high-powered ultraportable gaming notebook on its website for pre-order. It starts at $US799, and will ship on March 1.
We were quite taken with the M11x when we got some hands-on time with it at CES, and while newly leaked info on the gaming ultraportable aren't exactly what we expected, they don't at all dampen the excitement.
What do you get when you mix a dedicated GPU, 50FPS Crysis gaming, a Core 2 Duo, an 11-inch screen, and a $US800 price tag? An absurd(ly powerful) little laptop, which I - and apparently Alienware - am not comfortable calling a netbook.