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Deal Of The Day: $325 Off Alienware m17x Gaming Laptop

By David Ponce

Alienware stuff is expensive, and while today’s $325 rebate is a substantial chunk of change, at $1,549 (after rebate), you’re still looking at a steep bill. Fortunately, you do get quite a decent portable gamin rig for the price. The m17x features a 2.2GHz Core i7-2670QM 2.2GHz Quad-core CPU and a 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M graphics card. Along with that, there’s a 500GB 7200RPM Hard Drive, 4GB RAM, 1600 by 900 display, DVDRW and more.

[ $325 Off Alienware m17x Gaming Laptop ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: $315 Off Dell Alienware m11x Gaming Laptop

By David Ponce

We’ve talked about the Alienware brand here on DOTD quite a few times. And of course prices keep on dropping, which makes everybody happy. Today we’re seeing a very nice $315 price drop on the m11x, a machine that’s been described as if “it purposefully looks like a cross between a muscle car and spaceship.” This spaceship comes with a Core i7 CPU, 1GB GeForce GT 335M discrete GPU, 4GB RAM, 320GB Hard Drive and a 1.3-Megapixel Webcam in a 11.6 inch package. Normally going for $1,114, it now sells for $799 with free shipping.

[ $315 Off Dell Alienware m11x Gaming Laptop ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: $210 Off On Alienware Core i7 m11x

By David Ponce

Today we’re taking a look at the higher end m11x from Alienware. The Core i7 configuration comes with 6GB RAM and a 2GB GeForce GT540M graphics card. There’s also a 500GB HDD. Of course for an 11-inch gaming laptop with these kinds of numbers, especially from Alienware, one has to expect to pay a pretty penny. Before today’s rebate this machine is $1359, coming down to $1,149 after $210 in rebates.

The offer is valid until August 25.

[ $210 Off On Alienware Core i7 m11x ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: $320 Off Dell Alienware m11x Gaming Laptop

By David Ponce

The Alienware brand is synonymous with gaming. This is well known. So are the brand’s prices, which generally remain in the upper tier. And while the m11x is not the fastest, baddest gaming rig on the market, Engadget describes it as if “it purposefully looks like a cross between a muscle car and spaceship. Whether or not these particular choices appeal to you probably depends on how much GPU-dependent gaming you do on the go, and how much you’re willing to spend on a machine with a smaller screen. We’re pretty sure those of you who run out to buy one right this second won’t be disappointed.”

Nicely equipped with a Core i3-330UM ULV processor with a 1GB GeForce GT 335M discrete GPU and 8GB RAM, today you’re seeing the price drop from $1,019 top $699, a $320 rebate.

[ $320 Off Dell Alienware m11x Gaming Laptop ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: $50 Off On Dell Alienware m14x Laptop

By David Ponce

The Alienware brand, even before it was snapped up by Dell in 2006, was always synonymous with gaming performance. It was also synonymous with “expensive hardware”. And things haven’t changed all that much, even under the Dell umbrella. Take for instance the m14x laptop. Some reviewers described thusly:

“It’s tough to find mobile PC gaming in a package that’s neither too big nor too small. The Alienware M14x comes very close, with plenty of component options and a size that’s hefty, but not backbreaking.

At the time that review was made, the machine was $2,100 or so. It’s nice to see it’s come down substantially, and today you can slice an extra $50 off. Sure, it doesn’t sound like much, but every penny counts and for $1,149 (after the $50 coupon), you can get your hands on the cheapest Core i7 model, which comes with a “Core i7-2630QM 2GHz Quad-core “Sandy Bridge” processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB 7200RPM Hard Drive, 1.5GB NVIDIA GeForce GT555M graphics and more.” For $300 more, you can get the flagship model with 8GB RAM, 3GB NVIDIA GT555M with Optimus, Alienware Orion M14x TSA Friendly Backpack and 900p display.

[ $50 Off On Dell Alienware m14x Laptop ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: $200 Off Plus $50 Coupon On Dell Alienware m11x


By David Ponce

The last time we looked at the m11x, it was for a higher end configuration, with a Core i5 processor. And while that one packed a little more horsepower, it also packed a little heavier punch on the wallet, as it was still $999 after rebates. Today’s m11x is a Core 2 Duo config with GB GeForce GT 335M discrete GPU & WLED 720p LCD, 1.3-Megapixel Webcam, 802.11n WiFi, 2GB DDR3 memory, 160GB Hard Drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS. It’s usually $799, but after $200 off and a stackable $50 coupon, you can have it shipped to your door for $549. That’s nearly half the price of its better spec’ed brother.

[ $200 Off Plus $500 Coupon On Dell Alienware m11x ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: Dell Alienware m11x Gaming Laptop For $999

By David Ponce

I’m sure you’re all well aware that Alienware stuff is three things: 1) Good for gaming, 2) have distinctive looks and 3) are usually expensive. This time around, you’re looking at a $150 coupon on an $1,150 machine, bringing the price down to a grand. For this, the 11.6-inch m11x comes with a Core i5 processor and 4GB DDR3 ram, 320GB 7200RPM Hard Drive, Bluetooth 2.1, 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M graphics, 802.11n WiFi, Webcam and more. A reviewer over a Kotaku seemed pretty impressed with the machine.

Nevermind the Core 2 Duo in the image. While you can get it configured with that processor, the deal I just mentioned was for the Core i5 model.

[ Dell Alienware m11x Gaming Laptop For $999 ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

[CES 2008] Pepcom: Alienware Curvy Display Prototype

Alienware Display

By Evan Ackerman

This wraparound display from Alienware was probably the most obviously interesting eye candy at the Pepcom show at CES. It’s rear projection, with a wraparound effect that mimics peripheral vision, which is great for FPS games like Crysis (which it ran without a hitch). I’m not sure exactly what’s in there, but if you look very closely at the picture, you can see three vague vertical lines, which makes me suspect that there are four projectors working in concert. It doesn’t slow the screen down, though… The response time (this is not a typo) is 0.02ms, and the resolution is a whopping 2880 x 900. Although this unit is only a prototype, it should be commercially available sometime in the latter half of 2008. Price? Yeah, good luck.

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Alienware’s Docking Speaker Station


By David Ponce

I stumbled on the Alienware CE-IV some time ago. It’s E.T.ware’s funny foray into digital audio players, and for some reason I find it somewhat comical that I should come across this: a dedicated hub for the device, or as they call it, the “2.1 Channel Portable Music Enhancement System.”

Specwise, there’s nothing out of this world (please pardon the pun… you know, aliens, out-of-this-world… ah never mind). There’s a “down-firing” subwoofer, and the docking area is shaped to mate with the CE-IV, though they recognize their probable failure in the DAP market and allow for any other player to connect as well.

So there you have it. It’s a $100.

[Alienware's Music Enhancement System] VIA [Xataka]