Thursday, April 21, 2011
Posted by Hooch Tan in "Laptop Thoughts News" @ 02:30 PM
"After creating the world's smallest gaming laptop with the M11x and one of the most powerful with the M17x, Alienware has decided to split the difference with its new 14-inch M14x. Like its larger and smaller siblings, this notebook has many of the features Alienware is known for--powerful graphics, snazzy design, a multicolored backlit keyboard, and neat extras such as built-in Wireless HD."
Normally, if you want to experience high-end gaming, you have to cart around a laptop that weighs more than a baby. There are more mobile solutions, but they tend to make a few compromises, especially when you get into the multra-mobile sector. The 17" to 20" benemoths give you everything you could possibly want, and the next step down tends to be those in the 15"-16" range. Stepping just slightly smaller is the M14X. The slightly smaller size does afford a few benefits being a lighter and more portable, and without many compromises. I only wish it has a 1080p matte screen. Still, for gaming on the go, it is hard to do any better (or pricier) than Alienware. I will just keep lusting after them for when my investment in lottery tickets pays off.