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    News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    Refreshed M11x adds to new M14x and upcoming M18x offerings.
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    Re: News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    32gb RAM on the 18"? That's almost as much HDD space as my Netbook; and, for any current PC/laptop, completely un-necessary.

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    Re: News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    If only I had the money....*drools*

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    Re: News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    High end GPU's and Overclocked CPU's in a laptop. Id rather buy a laptop that wont die in 18 months due to the heat

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    Warranty and language

    Quote Originally Posted by Pancake View Post
    High end GPU's and Overclocked CPU's in a laptop. Id rather buy a laptop that wont die in 18 months due to the heat
    Doubt it'll be that early. The warranty is probably two years, so you should shoot for 25 or 26 months.

    No seriously, I reckon the heat issues aren't, perhaps, as serious as you infer - unless you have personal evidence to the contrary. In which case, I retract.

    BTW, within the context you used them, CPUs and GPUs without the ' would be correct. I've (I have) just been reading http://www.limebury.com/users/apostrophe/page3.htm and it is (it's) very informative.

    If you're talking about a property of, or something that belongs to, the CPU/GPU, you'd then say (for example):
    • the GPU's temperature; the temperature of the GPU.

    Not trying to step on toes here - just to help.

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    Good to know actually, i always put the ' in!

    Yeah it was slightly exaggerated but i can bet my regular laptop will last a heck of a lot longer

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    Re: News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    Well, Pancake, don't mean to flatten (joke, there), but... you should NOT (shouldn't) always 'pop in' an apostrophe!

    Baius hath spoken.

    At best, some people will think you're uneducated (although I know differently; you're a member of Hexus, after all).

    At worst, without using correct pronunciation, you'll be misunderstood.


    A friend of mine (he just became a 'close friend' - hehe) just took possession of a 14" model of these. My friend can change LED patterns for 4 regions on the keyboard, amongst other areas. IE, moody users can have RED LEDs and users seeking calm can have blue/white/whatever LEDs dotting the laptop's landscape.

    I was permitted to set up a blue/white/blue/white look to the keyboard, and I have honestly never seen a laptop that looked so pretty. It was, truly, love at first light (emiting diode).

    (Sorry.)

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    Re: News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    Alcohol much?

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    Re: News - Alienware launches new gaming laptop models

    Lets hope the hinges don't fall off and screen split like on my 1 year old M11x. Nice specs, poor build quality of Dell.
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