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Alienware is known for manufacturing the best gaming computers in the world. Actually, it Dell to thank because Alienware is the name of the line with gaming systems, both laptops and desktop computers. Within the series, you can find customizable laptops and even though the starting price looks decent, when you choose to update, there is nothing reasonable about it. For instance, the customization of Alienware M17x or M15x can go as high as $4000. If you are looking for a desktop computer, Alienware Area-51 ALX is one of the best as it brings an amazing design and a high-end processor. It comes at around $3500 and it is one solid choice you can rely on.
Once you take a look at the exterior, you will notice from the start you are dealing with an Alienware gaming computer. It meets the high standards of gaming and the components inside state this as well. The dual 1GB GDDR5 ATI Radeon HD 6870 CrossfireX cards are worth the price and because there are two of them, the power increases. Te heart of the computer is the processor and in this case it is Intel Core i7-980 six-core processor. This is the best on the market so far and even though heat will be generated once you start intensive game-play, there is a liquid cooling system, far more effective than the normal fans. On top of the case there are monitored vents and they can be programmed to open automatically once the heating starts to break out. As for the memory, there is 6GB DDR3 packed inside, but there is no option to upgrade to 12GB. As for the hard drives, there are two 1TB SATA-II hard disc drives. The optical drive can be replaced with a Blu-ray one and among other bonus packages, you get the TactX mouse and the keyboard included. There is no monitor, but this leaves you with the option of deciding for one yourself, if you prefer a large one, LED perhaps and so on.
And now lets see an Alienware gaming laptop computer, the best one you can consider: Alienware M17x. from the start we can say it is fast and powerful, looks very attractive and it is highly configurable. If you are willing to pay more than $4500, you can benefit of Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9300 processor, 8GB DDR3 memory, two 500GB hard drives and two SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M. The screen has 17 and it is a real desktop replacement to think about. But this is true, as the laptop is far from portable; in the first place due to the weight and secondly, due to the battery life. Moreover, Alienware Fusion FX lighting is back and you can set the color for the backlit keyboard for four separate zones. You can create the color combinations you like and which inspires you during game-play.
The keyboard has a more classic design, with flat keys and more space between the individual keys, just to improve the gaming experience. Above the keyboard there is a line with touch-sensitive controls. To conclude, the 17 display has a native resolution of 1920x1200, looking crisp and bright. The VGA and HDMI ports are also included, so you can connect your gaming laptop to HDTV or external monitor.