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Alienware M11x R2 Review

Update! Before you think about purchasing either the R1 or the R2, Dell has released the next line of M11x’s. They have sandy bridge cpu’s and mobile gt540′s in them. A worthy upgrade if you ask me! Update2! So I’ve had my laptop for over a year now and it’s still running as good as ever. I can say after extensive use that the only noticeable change is that the keys on the keyboard I use most often have more of a shine to them. Haven’t had one problem with it since I got it. This review is about the general user experience after owning the laptop for a couple months. There a lot of ups and a few down to this laptop and I hope this video can make your decision to buy one easier. Here’s a the lowdown: Check out their website for more info and ordering information: www.dell.com Good: -Gaming is Great -Battery is good (4-5 w/ no dedicated gpu; 2-2.5 with gpu) -Finish feels great -Looks awesome -Comes with nice sleeve -Backlit keys -Powershare USB (see video for what it’s all about) -Integrated gpu is powerful enough for hd videos and light gaming -Hinge is solid -Power cord is long -Cooling is better than expected -Overclocking options are great -Optimus (I’m sure you already know what this is) Meh: -Power adapter is weird (see video) -Microfiber cloth fixes all fingerprints -Spots on lid (see video) -Not light, but not super heavy -Price is on the high side, but the laptop is worth every penny (make sure you get as many discounts as you can, I ended up getting about 0 off

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