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Alienware M14x and M18x official; M11x refreshed

Alienware M14x and M18x official; M11x refreshed

Dell has officially announced the Alienware M14x and Alienware M18x, as well as reworked the smallest gaming notebook it offers, the Alienware M11x. The new 14-inch M14x and 18.4-inch M18x each come with quadcore Intel Core i7 processors - overclocked from the factory in the case of the bigger machine - while the M11x shifts to Intel's 2011 Core i5 and Core i7 chips at 1.4GHz and 1.6GHz respectively.

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Alienware’s M11x netbook starting at $799

Alienware’s M11x netbook starting at $799

An 11.6-inch display, dedicated Nvidia GT335M graphics with switchable option , Core 2 Duo processor, and 6 ½ hours of battery juice.  I’m describing a netbook, Alienware’s new M11x netbook, and that’s all for just $799.  That’s the most affordable I’ve ever seen for an Alienware product, well excluding those gaming t-shirts.

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Alienware 13 slims gaming grunt into thinnest model yet

Alienware 13 slims gaming grunt into thinnest model yet

Gamers love their Alienware notebooks, and the Dell-owned brand is happy to keep delivering them, with the Alienware 13 the latest more portable model to escape the fold. Alienware's thinnest ever notebook, at an inch thick, and tipping the scales at under 4.5 pounds, the Alienware 13 slots in-between last year's Alienware 14 and the missed-by-many Alienware M11x which was killed off the year before.

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Alienware’s tablet and phone are designed (you just can’t have them yet)

Alienware’s tablet and phone are designed (you just can’t have them yet)

Alienware has already designed its competitor in the gaming tablet market, but don't expect to see the slate near shelves any time soon: unlike rivals, the company just isn't convinced the hardware is ready for primetime. While the aesthetic of the tablet - to match the new Alienware 14, 17, and 18 - has been settled on, along with an Alienware smartphone and an all-in-one PC, company general manager Frank Azor told us, "just because it looks good, doesn't mean that it's actually going to deliver on our brand tenets."

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Maingear Pulse 11 picks up where the M11x left off

Maingear Pulse 11 picks up where the M11x left off

The Alienware M11x will soon reach end of life, and although it was an interesting idea to try and pack as much power into a small footprint as possible, ultimately it didn’t gain much traction. That doesn’t seem to prevent others from walking down a similar path. Engadget has the details of the Maingear Pulse 11, an 11.6-inch gaming laptop that seeks to continue the small yet powerful legacy.

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Alienware crams Bigfoot Networks Killer Wireless-N tech into gaming notebooks

Alienware crams Bigfoot Networks Killer Wireless-N tech into gaming notebooks

Alienware has been in the business of making gaming notebooks that are cool and seriously high end since before the gaming brand was part of Dell. Alienware has announced that it has added new wireless tech to some of its popular gaming notebooks from Bigfoot Networks. Several Alienware gaming rigs are now getting the Killer Wireless-N WiFi card inside for faster networking and better online gaming.

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Holiday Gift Guide 2010

Holiday Gift Guide 2010

Food, family, festivities: the holidays can be stressful, and that's before you decide what should go inside the wrapping paper. SlashGear can't help you with the cooking, but we can cut through the sales hyperbole and help you pick the best in consumer electronics so that the only disappointment this December is the brussels sprouts. In our 2010 Holiday Gift Guide we've picked our favorite cellphones, computers, accessories and more, so read on for the best in tech this season! (We'll be updating the Holiday Gift Guide throughout the holiday season)

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Intel 32nm ULV Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs headed to ultrathins in June

Intel 32nm ULV Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs headed to ultrathins in June

Intel have officially announced their latest ultra-low voltage (ULV) Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors, which will be finding their way into ultraportable notebooks in the not-too-distant future.  The chips all use 32nm Nehalem processes and that adds up to performance gains and power frugality: Intel reckon up to 32-percent more grunt and up to 15-percent less battery consumption compared to existing chips.

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