Tag: Alienware

Alienware’s New m15 has Lost Weight

Dell’s Alienware laptops are typically well-built performance monsters, with the downside that they’re very thick and heavy relative to their size category. The current 13-inch Alienware, for example, weighs in at 5.8 lbs/2.6 kg, which is quite heavy even for...

/ October 5, 2018

Best Gaming Laptops – January 2013

Top 10 Gaming Laptops – January 2013 This list is based on actual or estimated gaming performance, factoring in the hardware specification (particularly the graphics card) relative to the laptop’s size. January Update: Not many changes from last month; current...

/ January 1, 2013

Free Ivy Bridge Upgrades for Origin PC, Alienware Buyers

In an unusual show of customer appreciation, gamers who bought a new EON 15-S, EON 17-S or other select Origin system just prior to the Ivy Bridge update are being given free updates to the latest generation Intel processors.

/ May 10, 2012
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Clevo W110ER Fills 11-inch Gap Left by M11x

Some were undoubtedly disappointed when the news came that Alienware is discontinuing its ‘gaming netbook’, the M11x. Luckily there is still hope for anyone looking for a really small gaming laptop, thanks to the brand new Clevo W110ER. It basically...

/ April 30, 2012
Alienware M18x

New Alienware Laptops Available Now

So much for the yesterday’s rumors— the new Alienware lineup is out NOW and Dell is already taking orders. The M14x R2, M17x R4 and the M18x R4 have all been given the Nvidia Kepler treatment as well as lots...

/ April 19, 2012

Alienware M18x R2 Specs Revealed (Maybe)

While not exactly on par with the Apple rumor industry, the Dell Lab blog has been on the mark before, so the rumors posted there tend to be interesting (which is usually more than you can say about the Apple...

/ April 18, 2012
MacBook Pro

What is an ODM (Original Design Manufacturer)?

Original design manufacturing refers to companies who produce a product that will later have a different company’s logo placed upon it. This is commonplace among laptop manufacturers and is a process used by most of the big names in the...

/ April 4, 2012
asetek cooling

Liquid Cooling: The Next Big Thing?

It certainly doesn’t sound bad in theory–and the concept has been mentioned before– but so far the number of laptops with water cooling on the market has amounted to zero.

/ March 22, 2012
Nvidia Logo

Nvidia’s Next-Gen Kepler GPUs Shipping to Laptop Manufacturers

Not only is Nvidia’s latest 28nm “Kepler” GPU parts shipping to laptop manufacturers, the latest news is that it will end up in ultrabooks.

/ January 30, 2012
Alienware M15x

Rumor: Alienware M14x R2, M17x R4 and M18x R2 Upcoming

A Dell rumor site that has been pretty accurate in the past has just released some alleged specs for the expected update to the current Alienware lineup. The details are sparse, but some interesting info about the potential GPUs is...

/ January 25, 2012