Dell is offering a fully-loaded 11.6-inch Alienware m11x ULV Core i5 gaming laptop at a nice bargain, so it's only appropriate that we deem it our Deal of the Day. When all's said and done, you walk away with an 18% discount (a savings of $210) and get a nice, portable gaming laptop shipped to you at no cost:
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Today’s deal brings you the Dell Alienware m11x gaming laptop on sale for $194 off the list price, resulting in a 15% discount alongside free shipping. So, what’s so good about the m11x? Well, let’s break down the specs on this bad boy. You get an 11.6-inch 720p high definition LED-backlit display, an Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB RAM, a 320GB hard drive, Bluetooth 2.1, and a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT335M graphics card to power your gaming habit. 80211.n Wi-Fi and built-in webcam round out this one, and you get your choice between soft touch stealth black or lunar shadow colors at no additional charge. A nice, light gaming laptop that doesn’t skimp on performance.
New this week from Alienware is their desktop replacement laptop, the Area 51 M15x. Weighing in at only 7 pounds, with a battery life of 4 hours (and the added bonus of a second battery), and a rear cooling system, the M15x is the only 15” laptop to feature Intel’s Core 2 Extreme 2.8 gHz processor.
With a screen resolution of 1920x1080, the M15x sports true 1080p to fully exploit the binary graphics - it can switch between its NVIDIA 8800 512 mhz graphics card and its integrated Intel card, which is perfect for getting the most out of DVDs viewed on the integrated Blu-Ray player. It also has an HDMI output to enjoy those Blu-Ray movies on a big screen. Alienware’s Area 51 M15x is available at a price point of around $2200 to $2300.
Phantom Entertainment, formerly Infinium Labs, today announced via press release that they have managed to find a buyer for their upcoming Phantom Lapboard. Gaming PC manufacturer Alienware has ordered the Lapboard and Wireless Laser Mouse for use in some of their Media Center-based PCs and their PC gear product line. Shipment of the Phantom hardware is scheduled to start in November, but given the company’s history, one might want to wait until the hardware is actually available before giving it a shot. Having Alienware order the Lapboard does give the company a little bit of credibility. Considering that the Alienware’s order is more than likely based on credit terms, though, means that Alienware is probably risking less money on this venture than the typical consumer.
Phantom Entertainment’s full press release continues below.