Alienware's new M11x gaming laptop has attracted a lot of attention since it launched in January of this year. The 11.6-inch display together with a $799 price tag means the notebook is nearly netbook-sized. It weighs under 4.5 lbs, boasts a 4.5-hour battery life and packs Nvidia's GT335M.
So what does a notebook like that look like when you crack it open and examine the insides? Well the folks at tech163 were kind enough to tear one apart and photograph the results. How sweet!
We've included just a few but things get a whole lot more interesting so click on through to tech163 and see for yourselves.
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I am looking to buy me a notebook size 14 inch but this one looks so much better at a reasonable higer price
seems like... M11x comes with either SU4100 (1.3G) or SU7300 (1.3G)
I know it comes with 11.6" screen and no internal optical drive... but with SU4100/SU7300 as CPU.. it is hard for me to take it as a netbook. It is more like an ultra-portable laptop to me.
"The Alienware M11x redefines the gaming capabilities of a truly portable laptop "
Anyway... with 720p playback and GT335M it seems like a nice gaming laptop for somebody who needs to go around and also would like to enjoy his/her games on the road.
and of course... enjoying 720P movies on the road with >4hr battery life is another plus...