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Alienware Aurora m9700

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Alienware's Aurora m9700 SLI Notebook Rocks

Tom's Guide
10 November 2006
  • Summary: If you haven't already done so, be sure to take a look at the slideshows. They will help you see how we reached the conclusions presented here. 1. Photos of the outside and inside of the Alienware Aurora m9700 2. The results of tests with 3DMark05 (graphics processor speed), PCMark05 (CPU, memory and disk drive speed), MobileMark 2005 (performance and battery life when running multitasking office applications and playing DVDs) and our gaming tests .
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Alienware Aurora m9700 Notebook with SLI and RAID

PC Perspective
19 October 2006
  • Excerpt: Alienware made a big splash in the headlines not long ago with their announcement of the world's first gaming laptop to support TWO GPUs. But that alone was not enough for Alienware, no sir! They also included RAID for increased performance and security. If there ever was a laptop to truly replace a desktop machine, the Aurora m9700 was the one to accomplish that.
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Alienware Aurora m9700 SLI laptop review

TechSpot
10 August 2006
  • Summary: So is Alienware lying then, or is there something wrong with the Aurora m9700 SLI configuration? I do not believe Alienware is lying, and I do not believe there is anything wrong with the Aurora m9700. SLI is working correctly as I proved with the FSAA 4x and Aniso 16x quality testing. The problem is quite simple and it is the same problem that has plagued many desktop gaming systems in recent years.
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Alienware Aurora m9700 by Hot Hardware

mydigitallife.info
11 June 2006
  • Excerpt: Alienware Aurora m9700 notebook computer features AMD 64-bit Turion processor with HyperTransport technology, 17″ widescreen Clearview LCD display, SLI capable dual 256MB nVidia GeForce Go 7900 GS graphics card, RAID capability, integrated TV tuner, full size keyboard with separate numeric keypad, dual layer DVD rewriter, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 4-in-1 memory card reader.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

HotHardware
1 June 2006
  • Summary: With the advent of NVIDIA's SLI technology in 2004, gaming performance on the desktop was dramatically increased which allowed users to run games at higher resolutions with more image quality enhancements. Unfortunately for mobile users, the notebook platform was left behind with no immediate solution made available beyond a single flagship GPU.
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Review: Alienware Aurora m9700

Tech Digest
13 June 2007
  • Excerpt: The Aurora m9700 is  Alienware’s first 17” SLI notebook. Armed with a 64 bit AMD Turion CPU and up to 2GB of RAM this laptop will handle all but the most intense of modern gaming graphics without batting an…
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Overall 7
7.0

Alienware Aurora M9700 review

TechRadar UK
21 January 2007
  • Summary: Play the latest games in style, but don't expect it to come
  • Pros: Excellent gaming performance
  • Cons: Average build quality Poor battery life
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Overall 8
8.0

Alienware aurora m9700 laptop - EUROPE EXCLUSIVE

Pocket Lint
21 September 2006
  • Conclusion: In our tests the m9700 performed very well and certainly held its own when it came to playing games. The combined 1GB cards certainly made the difference and our tests with one of the most demanding games on the market didn't seem to give it any problems what so ever. While the Alienware Aurora m9700 professes to be a desktop replacement and in size it is, we were pleasantly surprised that it didn't weight as much as a desktop machine -it's still 3.9Kg, but that's not...
  • Pros: Dual graphics cards, glossy screen, available in bright green
  • Cons: Powerpack almost as big as the laptop, scroll pad very plastic to touch
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Test: Alienware Aurora m9700 UK

Hardware-Test
29 January 2012

Test: Alienware Aurora m9700

Hardware-Test
17 May 2007
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