Dell Alienware M18x Gaming Laptop (Intel i7-2920XM, RAM 16GB DDR3, HDD 1.5TB SATA, 2GB HD6970M Crossfire, Blu Ray DVDRW, Windows 7 Ultimate)
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- Put lesser gamers to shame! M18x delivers desktop performance in a laptop-sized package with a factory-overclocked Intel Core i7 Extreme processor.
- With a 18.4" Full HD display and dual GPUs, it’s the most powerful 18” laptop in the universe.
- Get vivid and intense graphics with optional AMD CrossFireX dual graphics technology
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Magnificent 1080p display. Blistering graphics performance. Huge and comfortable keyboard. Rich audio. Stealthy sleek design. If you could design a fantasy gaming notebook, there's a pretty good chance you would wind up with this Alienware M18x R2. This notebook is jam-packed to the gills with awesomeness, including a beautiful 1080p display, Nvidia GTX 675M graphics card and 32 Gigs of 1600 ddr3 ram. you wont get quicker!!
Crush your opponents anywhere, anytime with the most powerful 18-inch HD laptop in the universe ! The Alienware M18x gaming laptop will allow you to make other gamers feel like lamers with the killer combination of an Intel I7-2920XM and 1920x1080 HD WLED LCD Screen. You will also receive electric speed on the M18x via the 16GB of 1600MHZ DDR3 memory and huge 1.5TB Sata Raid hard disk drive. The Blu Ray DVDRW drive and 2GB AMD Radeon HD 6970M Crossfire graphic card will also allow you to watch the latest DVD's in HD. The M18x is designed for gamers looking for a portable device with desktop capabilities. If you are on the go the amazing 12 Cell battery will help to prevent from losing power mid battle !!
The M18x also comes with the AlienFX lighting controls which allows users to choose from an array of colours and transition effects and assign them to distinct zones like the keyboard, touchpad and more. It also comes with the Alienware Power management which allows the system power to be adjusted depending on the usage required and also has Touchpad controls which enables the user to customize the touchpads sensitivity which prevents accidental contact on the scroll. The M18x ships with a 1 year warranty direct with the manufacturer which can also be upgraded after purchase.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
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Compared to the desktop, it has to be said it doesn't run a whole lot slower, and I'm really not just saying that. It runs Crysis at max resolution and detects the system as high-spec, and the screen moves as fast as you can move the mouse - it's incredibly impressive for a laptop.
Battery life is also pretty amazing - I can get almost 4 hours out of a full charge at the moment, which compared to a Macbook Pro's 2 hours is unbelievable.
I paid £1,600 for mine - I think that was probably the most I was comfortable paying, I know these are going for £3.500 brand new and I think that is way too high - especially as you can get a fully blown Aurora ALX desktop for a LOT less.
The only problem I've encountered so far is a problem with Alienrespawn - the built-in drive had a problem vefifying the created disk, I thought using an external burner would solve the problem but I had the same problems with that - so it's obviously a problem with the software - it worked eventually but it was an unexpected problem.
I also wasn't keen on the way I had to pay out AGAIN to unlock the full version of Alienrespawn - which I think is a complete rip-off after paying to unlock the full version on my Aurora system.
I love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The quality of this laptop is never in doubt, and what makes this the perfect deal for me is the saving of 1p, making this laptop even more buyable.Published on 26 Oct. 2013 by Chris Davies
Had mine a year now. Paid £4,600 for it which I know is a lot but I'm on the road most of my life so a desktop wasn't an option. Read morePublished on 27 Jan. 2013 by iandavies13
POWERFUL, BUILT LIKE A TANK, CAN HANDLE INFINITE NUMBER OF PROGRAMS OPEN AT ONCE, FANTASTIC OVERALL, BOOTUP TIME COULD BE A BIT BETTER BUT BASED ON ALL THE OTHER FACTORS, FIVE... Read morePublished on 2 Sept. 2012 by Torty001John