Alienware have unveiled their new gaming laptops, the M18x, M14x and the smaller M11x R3 notebooks. Each model features new and more powerful processors as well as refreshed designs.
The new notebooks feature Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors and NVIDIA Optimus switchable graphics, as well as an updated chassis. The big boys, M18x and M14x, come packed with WirelessHD tech right out of the box, letting users send hi-def imagery to screens without the hassle of cables.
The M14x and the smaller M11x R3 are on sale at Dell's site for $1199 and $999 respectively. The M11x ought to give you eight hours worth of battery life while the M14x can fart out six hours.
As for the M18x, it comes in at a whopping 16 pounds and is packed complete with HDMI input for HD screening on the 18 inch screen, as well as a factory overclocked 4Ghz processor and plenty of customizable keys. It hits retail in May.