Alienware M11X notebook

The new Alienware M11X notebook is the latest gaming laptop from Dell's Alienware team. This extraordinary device is the first ultraportable gaming notebook. It comes with a 160GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive and 11.6" WXGA Wide HD LED Backlit display with a resolution of 1366x768. Alienware M11X is equipped with1.3GHz Intel SU4100 (800MHz FSB, 2MB Cache) or 1.3GHz Intel SU7300 (800MHz FSB, 3MB Cache) both overclockable to 1066MHz FSB (approximately 1.73GHz). It has Intel dual-core consumer ultra-low voltage (CULV) processors which consume only a fraction of the power that other Intel processors use and also produce less heat. Alienware M11x includes Nvidia GeForce GT 335M discrete graphics card with 1GB of dedicated GDDR3 memory as well as switchable graphics, the GMA 4500MHD integrated graphics for unrivaled gaming performance.

Alienware M11X also boasts high-speed wireless N 802.11 b/g/n, 10/100 LAN for high speed Wi-fi networking. It includes three USB 2.0 ports, FireWire, a 3-in-1 media card slot, all of the standard audio jacks, and three video out options that includes VGA, HDMI, and DisplayPort. The maximum volume output of its stereo speaker is loud enough to fill a large meeting room and clear enough to be heard without obvious distortion. Alienware M11X can be pre-installed with STEAM software which is essentially like iTunes for PC gaming that can be used to browse the online STEAM store for PC game purchases which can be then downloaded an install on the PC. M11X has a unique keyboard design with an adjustable LED backlighting so you can view the keyboard in the dark. Also, it has a backlit alien head logo located above the keyboard which can be set to light up in a number of different ways to prompt you of your battery status. It measures 11.25" x 9.19" x 1.29" (W x L x H) and weighs merely 4.4lbs.

Posted 2010-11-29 and updated on Nov 29, 2010 5:13pm by richard

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