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Jun 1, 2009

Alienware M17x Notebook: Quad-core Power

Alienware's new M17x notebook, described by the company as "the most powerful 17-inch gaming notebook in the universe" (and I guess they'd know), contains an Intel Core 2 Extreme Quad overclockable processor; a Dual 1GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 280M graphics card; an optional high-def WidescreenUXGA display; and optional dual drives for up to 1TB of storage.

You also get a Blu-ray optical drive, 4 USB ports, and an 8-in-1 media-card reader built in. The M17x weighs almost 12 pounds--naturally.

Cisco Cheng, our notebook lead analyst, has this to say about the system:

The Alienware M17x will be one of the first gaming laptops that will support the Nvicia GeForce 280M GTX card in SLI formation, and it will have support for ATI's CrossFire technology at a later date. The design is even more menacing than the original M17, so I can't wait to get my hands on this gaming beast.

No release-date information yet; the M17x pricing will start at $1,799.
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