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Alienware M14x has landed in Malaysia. US will have to wait a little more, hopefully just hours more.
Unless you have some relatives in Malaysia, or are planning to visit there for some random reason, it looks like US will have to wait some more. Alienware’s powerhouse of a gaming laptop – the M14x – arrives at Dell Malaysia’s website. The laptop is priced at RM 4,799 or around $1,600.
The 14-inch display Alienware M14x laptop has versions which are powered by up to a Core i7 2820QM processor, NVIDIA GeForece GT 555M graphics card with 3GB DDR3, 8GB RAM and your pick of 1,366×768 or 1,600×900 resolution.
Pocket-lint is reporting that the Alienware M14x, along with the M18x will have their official release announced today. So better check out Alienware’s website to find more clues when we’ll finally get this bad boy.
It'll be stronger, it'll be better, but will it be cheaper?
It’s only a matter of hours left until we finally get to see the new MacBook Pros Apple is ready to unveil in their event (along with the iPad 2 of course), and CNET has just learned about the new features the PC-killers have that will definitely put you on the edge of your seats. What are they? Well nothing short of Intel’s Light Peak technology now officially named ‘Thunderbolt,’ Core i Series processors, and AMD processors. Yes you heard that right, AMD, not NVIDIA, are now offered to power up the hefty 15″ and 17″ MacBook Pros.Read the rest of the article »
Lenovo capitalizes their Thinkpad L, T, and W series laptops with improved processors and battery life. Long live Lenovo!
Lenovo’s not out of the game yet as they’ve unleashed some buffed up Thinkpad T, L, and W series laptops refreshed with Intel’s latest processors, NVIDIA/ATI’s graphic cards, and not to mention improved VoIP features. The new laptops complement Lenovo’s serious push into the laptop market with their Sandy Bridge devices back at the CES 2011. And although the designs lack a little innovation or design at all (they look like our dad’s laptops in the early 2000s), these powerhouse laptops can sure pack a punch with their specs. Hit the break to check out an overview of each series.Read the rest of the article »
Maingear Launches eX-15 Laptop with Sandy Bridge and GTX 485; Sony Unveils VAIO SA and SB Laptop Series
Speed is everything these days, especially when it comes to laptops. Maingear and Sony have stepped up to the plate with their newest creations.
It’s the battle of the laptops everyone as Maingear and Sony unveils their latest brood in their roster. Maingear shows off their super buffed eX-L 15 laptop, while Sony isn’t falling behind with their new SA and SB series. Both are promising to have processing speed unlike any other as they’re equipped with Core i7s and powerful NVIDIA and AMD graphic cards, but will they make the cut and charm the consumers even with a jaw-dropping price tag?Read the rest of the article »
Origin PC humbly presents a PC overkill named the Big O at the CES 2011. With 5Ghz overclocked i7 core and two GeForce GTX 580s, this is one heck of a rig!
Lookie what we found sitting around the corner trying to avoid public attention (or not). It definitely took no time at all for tech-fans to squeal in excitement as Origin shows off it’s overkill overclocked 5Ghz Core i7 desktop, the Big O. In CES 2011, where big companies lord over the limelight for the audience to take a gander on, Origin decides to let the tech-mongers to discover this fine piece of desktop computer.
This powerhouse PC is rigged with an overclocked Core i7 950, two GeForce GTX 580s in SLI mode, a dual SSD RAID setup, 1500W power supply, and then some. This piece of PC masterpiece may cost your soul; just kidding. Origin PC has tagged the setup for $7,799. None too shabby.
We still have yet to see the Big O in action, but we’re betting our money that it’s going to be excellent beyond expectations.View Article Source »
See how Apple iMacs with “Nehalem” Core i3, i5 Dual and Quad Core CPUs and Core i7 Quad Core can do.
The most recent iMacs advanced Apple’s consumers by launching its “Nehalem” Core i3, i5 Dual and Quad Core CPUs and Core i7 Quad Core options. Throwing away Core 2 Duos which were used on the previous of iMacs they developed.
The newest processors for the system has a 3GHz territory, which has a range of 3.06 or 3.2GHz Core i3 or 3.6GHz Core i5 options on the 21.5 inch model (each with 4MB of L3 cache), or a 3.2GHz Core i3 or 2.6GHz Core i5 (both with 4MB of L3 cache) or a Quad Core 2.8GHz i5 or Quad Core 2.93GHz Core i7 (both with 8MB of L3 cache) on the 27 inch model.Read the rest of the article »
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