Alienware M18x gaming notebook

This 18.4in beast of a notebook is supremely powerful, but has a matching price tag

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  • Expert Rating

    4.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 3,299.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Graham Pritchard

5.0

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Pros
I Love Every Bit Of Hardware I Have In My M18 From The GTX580m x 2 In Sli To The Blu Ray Drive
Cons
It Does Get A Bit Heavy If Taking It On Journeys, Also Would Prefer To Have A True Sound Card Installed
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I Never Thought I Would Even Entertain The Idea Of Owning A Laptop Of Any Description, Until I Came Across This Beast It Is The True Desktop Replacement In Fact I Have Had Factory Built Desktops That Wouldn't Hold A Candle To The Power Alienware Can Put Into The M18x And Even The M17's Are A Good Replacement. I Wont Look Back Now And The Only PC That Could Change That Would Have To Be Better Which I Can't See Happening For A Long Time To Come

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