Laptop Mag: Alienware M11x Review

Laptop Mag: When the Alienware M11x first came out in May, we remarked that the system was nearly perfect save for one thing: users had to manually switch between the discrete and integrated graphics. With the advent of Nvidia's Optimus technology--which does the switching for you--it's all automatic.

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Nvidia GT 650M on rMBP actually better than Nvidia GTX 660M

The Pundit Report writes: "Benchmark scores and performance reports from users which show how the overclocked 650m in the rMBP outperforms the Alienware m17x 660m when there is consistent demand, like gaming."

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ThePundit3996d ago

And it's just as expensive too. Love the picture of the alien mac though !

Appoid3996d ago

ppl usually say tht mac is more expensive than similar performing PCs.. this here are two similar performing devices at same price \m/


Alienware M11x R3 – petite gaming power house

Alienware laptops provokes thoughts of a huge laptop with crazy performance figures,although they brought forward some fantastic machines they have always wanted to push the envelope. Now they have come out with m11x r3 with specifications taking a huge leap forward for an 11″ laptop and thereby boosting its performance.

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RocknRola4407d ago

this is one craze ass equipment for its size

toaster4407d ago

Yeah this laptop packs some serious power, price is still insane though. You could easily build a desktop that will outperform this for less the cost of this laptop.

RocknRola4406d ago

but considering the portability factor this outperforms any in its class

Kurylo3d4403d ago

what a joke.... a 540 graphics card... very weak. Ive seen laptops with 480s and 560s.

RocknRola4407d ago

a boa with the venom of a cobra


Alienware adds jitter-killing Killer Wireless-N technology to M18x, M17x, M14x and M11x

Engadget - And this, friends, is how you make the leap into the mainstream. Bigfoot Networks has been toiling away in an effort to get its gaming-optimized networking guts into just about everything -- there's also a VisionTek GPU with Killer innards, and a trifecta of mainboard makers announced that they too would be joining the bustling integration party earlier in the year.

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