Alienware M11x brings gaming to netbooks, will kill many zombies

Sure, you can play games on your netbook if you can stand the tiny screen and keyboard, tinny sounds (if on speakers) and lower framerate. There’s even a list compiled just for you. But if you’re into serious stuff, no one is more serious on gaming than Alienware.

While it looks like a netbook, the Alienware M11x packs some serious heat.

  • Intel CULV Core 2 Duo
  • 11.6″ 1366 x 768 screen
  • Switchable NVIDIA GT335M
  • 1GB RAM
  • WiFi
  • VGA Port
  • ethernet LAN
  • HDMI out
  • mini Firewire port
  • Displayport output
  • 2 x headphone and 1 x mic port
  • Multicard Reader
  • 3 x USB
  • Backlit customizable keyboard
  • 6-cell battery at 6.5 hours battery life for integrated graphics, 2.5 hours max if you use the graphics card.
  • Weight: around 4 lbs.
  • Colors: Black or Gray.

That’s some beefy specs right there and you can play games at 30fps on 720P. It even has ports so you can output to a bigger LCD screen and the host of USB ports is just screaming for gaming peripherals. If you’re looking for a new notebook but don’t care for a big package, you might want to try this out. It’ll be available by March 2010 for under $1000, which means $999 basically.

source gizmodo

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Written by: Björn A.

  • Ryne

    not true on the pricing, under $1000 means models will be sold for as low as $799