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Alienware M15x Laptop
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    2010-01-28

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    The Alienware M15x laptop from Dell is a gaming powerhouse for serious gamers who want to dominate their competition. Not only does this laptop look fierce, with its jagged design and lights emanating from all of its pores, but it performs beastly as well. A solid feature set with plenty of interesting technology comes along for the ride too. Keep reading for a closer look.

    Of course, the machine does have some drawbacks, such as its bulky frame. The M15x is highly configurable and is like shopping for a car in that you can add all the bells and whistles you want to it prior to ordering.

    With that comes one issue of possible contention for some: the price. While it starts at only $1,499, if you get it completely maxed out it can end up costing you over $4,000. For some, though, with loaded pockets, that is a small price to pay for a superfast laptop capable of handling anything you throw at it.

    Dell pairs the Alienware M15x with a standard one-year warranty on parts and labor, although you may want to extend the warranty to cover your substantial investment. A three-year warranty will run an extra $299. You can get reference material and support online through Dell's website or call their 24/7 toll-free line for live support.

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