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Dell Alienware M17x and Aurora Desktop Make CES 2011 Appearance

Written on January 07, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Looks like we have new companions in our night long gaming grinds as Dell reveals the Alienware M17x and Aurora desktop at CES 2011.

Dell’s new and Aurora desktop make their grand appearance over at , and their are no push overs as the two carry Intel’s greatest yet, the i5 and i7 quad core Sandy Bridge . What really caught our attention was the Alenware M17x thanks to its upgraded chassis and overall body design (it looks incredibly buffed). The M17x possesses amazing HD display and also 3D compatible, clearly a big news not only to Dell but in the entire event itself. Looks like we have new companions in our night long gaming grinds!

The M17x and Aurora Desktop will hit the market on January 10. The M17x has a price tag of $1499, while the Aurora desktop is tagged for $1799. Hit the break to see their full .

Alienware M17 x rev 3:

  • Features the next-generation i5 and i7 quad core Sandy Bridge processors
  • Intel P67 Express chipset
  • HDMI-in capability (great for connecting a Blu-ray player, Xbox 360 or PS3)
  • Wireless HD capability means uncompressed true HD
  • Graphics option: 1.5GB NVIDIA GTX 460M
  • Graphics option: ATI 1GB HD6870M 2GB 6970M
  • Wide FHD WLED 120Hz display (1920 x 1080 resolution)
  • Pricing and availability: starts at $1,499 available on January 10, 2011 (that date will vary by region)

Alienware Aurora desktop:

  • Features the next-generation i5 and i7 quad core Sandy Bridge processors
  • Intel P67 Express chipset
  • Features overclocked liquid-cooled CPUs
  • Support for over 400W of dedicated graphics power
  • Dual graphics support either AMD Crossfire X or NVIDIA SLI modes
  • Two finishes: Matte Black and Dark Chrome which is actually electroplated chrome
  • Pricing and availability: starts at $1,799 available on January 10, 2011 (that date will vary by region)

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