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Alienware m18x and m14x coming April 19

Alienware m18x and m14x coming April 19

Alienware makes some really cool gaming focused machines that have loads of power and big prices to go with that power. The company also makes some interesting smaller notebooks too. If you have been looking for the new m18x and m14x notebooks to land apparently, that is coming today.

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Alienware M11X R3 specs surface

Alienware M11X R3 specs surface

The specifications for an unannounced a new Alienware portable computer has surfaced. The machine is called the M11X R3 and while no pics of the notebook are offered, it would be a safe bet to expect it to share a familial resemblance to the M17x 3D notebook pictured here. The little machine has some interesting specs for an ultraportable.

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Core i5/i7 update for Alienware M11x plus NVIDIA Optimus

Core i5/i7 update for Alienware M11x plus NVIDIA Optimus

As promised, Dell has updated their Alienware M11x gaming ultraportable with some new Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processor options.  The 11.6-inch notebook can still be specified with the same Pentium dual-core as before, but now buyers can also pick either a 1.06GHz Core i5-520UM or 1.06GHz Core i7-640UM.  Meanwhile there's also NVIDIA Optimus graphics thanks to the GeForce GT 335M GPU.

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Alienware M11x Core i3, i5 and i7 update due June

Alienware M11x Core i3, i5 and i7 update due June

We weren't exactly disappointed by the Alienware M11x gaming ultraportable's performance when we reviewed it a few months back, but nor would we turn our noses up at a speed boost should Dell be so kind.  As the rumors suggested, Dell are apparently planning to slot Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs into the 11.6-inch notebook, and according to Pearce Clune, Head of Consumer Operations for Middle East, Africa and Turkey, we can expect it next month.

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Alienware M11x Review

Alienware M11x Review

It's usually pretty straightforward: an 11.6-inch notebook will deliver battery life but lack grunt, while a larger machine is more likely to pack performance at the expense of liberty from a power point. The Alienware M11x promises to change all that; while it may have the diminutive dimensions of a CULV notebook, its overclocked processor and switchable discrete graphics claim to make it a gamer's machine where longevity is a choice. Is the M11x really the best of both worlds? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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