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    Dell shows off the Alienware Concept UFO gaming handheld

    Design leans heavily on Nintendo Switch but it runs Windows games.
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    Re: Dell shows off the Alienware Concept UFO gaming handheld

    If they have any sense, they'll make it look less Switch-like and incorporate that Ori into the mix....
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    like a chihuahua urinating on a towering inferno...

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    Re: Dell shows off the Alienware Concept UFO gaming handheld

    *sniff sniff* Do i smell a copyright/trademark infringement incoming?

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    Re: Dell shows off the Alienware Concept UFO gaming handheld

    Quote Originally Posted by ValkyrieTsukiko View Post
    *sniff sniff* Do i smell a copyright/trademark infringement incoming?

    Maybe not for a prototype that is not going into production.

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