Excerpt: I purchased an Alienware Area51 desktop computer in November 2003, it arrived in one of the biggest black cardboard boxes I've ever seen in my life. We couldn't believe it. Setup was the standard for a desktop PC, and once it booted, Windows XP came up, and we've been in heaven since. It wasn't until this past summer 2007, that a game my husband wanted to begin playing had received an upgrade that pushed our graphics card into the "somewhat antiquated" category.
Excerpt: I bought an Alienware Area 51 computer in the past 6 months for the main purpose of running MMORPG (massive multi-player online role playing game) games. Alienware was rated one of the best gaming systems available through most of my research. My ordering expierience was very delightful.
The Alienware Area 51 is a good system for top performance.
23 September 2012
Excerpt: The Alienware Area 51 is a good overall computer system. Every system has its own flaws and the Area 51 is no exceptop. Heat seems to be the main issue with the cpu, tho this tends to be a localized issue of the Pentium 4 moniker. The motherboard is loaded with features sure to please anyone looking to add on to the system, modify the system or overclock to their hearts content.
Summary: I bought my Area 51-M 7700Laptop two years ago. The first night after I unpacked it the motherboard it caught on fire. I am telling you the first night I got the computer in the mail from UPS and within 2 hours of turning it on it fired itself. I sent it back and they fixed it almost 2 months later. Over the next 2 years the motherboard, video card and hard drives all failed. A total of 6 times. They fixed them all but they always took so many weeks to do the fixes.
Summary: Alienware Area-51 M5550. Before I placed my order, I researched for weeks on Alienware and did come across a tremendous amount bad reviews about the company and its laptops. Overheating, refective screen display, bad customer service, dead pixels, and a huge price tag. Still, I placed my order for the following reasons. a.) The customizable specs are unfound of for laptops in its category. b.
Summary: All I have to say is WOW! I went with Alienware because of their notorious reputation for top shelf computers with stylish design in mind. I picked out my dream machine the Area-51 m5550. I went with a lower end model with a small base price, and then just added on all the bells and whistles. It came to about $2000 which initially I thought was a lot. Then I checked Dell and Gateway and quickly found that all the specs that matched were about the same price.
Summary: I have had the misfortune of purchasing one of your computers a nightmare
from the get go and after waiting 4-5 weeks for you to build it and sending
me all of those steps of perfection pure bull if you ask me, my computer is
broken and must be shipped back to you for repair. And how long will the
repair take, up to 16 work days after you receive it.
Summary: Alienware computers are a rip off I mean they cost way to much money.You can build one the exact same for less and save alot of money.Better yet go get an xbox for 150 bucks and save even more.Thats where all the gamers are going anyway.Xbox live thats the future of online gaming.Just look at the software sales of games pc only has 7% of the market its dying.Only the games not the computer xbox live is the number 1 online console why because it does everthing right for...
Summary: Recently I purchased an Alienware Area 51-m mobile gaming machine (laptop) 16.1 3.4 GHz with 1 Gig PC-3200 ram 80 GIG HDD and combo drive burner DVD and CD-R/W. It came with nVIDIA Go5700... the system overheated when left on for more than 30 minutes at a time, the screen had 6 dead pixels, 4 of which were in or around the center, multiple areas of animated black pixels, the quality of the screen was as old fashioned and poor as it can get.
Summary: So it is a great computer eh, for the double the price as a regular computer, what does it really do to make it worth the extra $1500? It is great at playing games, it is a gaming machine, what's wrong with just upgrading to a 256mb G force video card for around $94 on tigerdirect.com?? seems like the cheaper option to me.