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Alienware M11x
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Alienware M11x

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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
11 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Second-gen Core CPU technology, faster graphics, and excellent battery life finally make the M11x R3 the true gaming ultraportable the line was meant to be. Gamers on the go will be smitten.
  • Pros: Good overall performance, Optimus auto-switching graphics, Sandy Bridge technology, Solid build quality, Long battery life
  • Cons: No optical drive, Bulky, No Bluetooth radio
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Overall 8
8.0

Alienware M11x R3 Review

LAPTOP Magazine
23 June 2011
  • Summary: Like its predecessors, the third-generation Alienware M11x offers equal parts style, gaming prowess, and portability. As the only true gaming notebook under 13 inches, the M11x is a must-have for anyone who needs a lightweight notebook that's capable of playing serious games.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
2 December 2010
  • Excerpt: This edgy ultraportable backs up its look with top-shelf parts. You get solid performance and auto-switching graphics, but the battery life is less than stellar.
  • Pros: Speedy for an ultraportable, Auto-switching graphics, Sharp display, Solidly built
  • Cons: No optical drive, Chunky for an ultraportable, Below-average battery life
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Overall 8
8.0

Alienware M11x Review

laptopreviews.com
26 April 2010
  • Summary: The Alienware M11x is an intriguing entry into the laptop gaming market. Never before has a laptop offered such a combination of portability and gaming performance. That being said, there are a few other very attractive options in the gaming laptop arena, too.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
7 April 2010
  • Excerpt: This ultraportable gaming laptop offers good 3D performance, long battery life, and a dose of Alienware bling.
  • Pros: Switchable graphics, Good performance, Solid build, Relatively long battery life
  • Cons: Thick for an ultraportable, Reflective screen coating, No optical drive
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Overall 7
7.0

Alienware M11x R3 review

Pocket Lint
8 August 2011
  • Conclusion: Squeezing a gaming machine into an 11-inch form factor is a challenge, and it's not quite clear if Dell has succeeded with the Alienware M11x. It's certainly powerful enough, but you're going to miss the optical drive - after all, most games still come on CD and many use a disk as part of their copy...
  • Pros: Ultraportable gaming notebook with plenty of power
  • Cons: No optical drive and a poor keyboard
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Overall 7
7.0

Alienware M11x review

My Broadband
8 February 2011
  • Summary: Dell officially launched the Alienware range of notebooks in South Africa last year. We take a look at the smallest of the range.
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Overall 8
8.0

Alienware m11x (Core i5) review

Stuff.tv
14 August 2010
  • Summary: Not quite the performance upgrade we hoped for, but still the ultimate ultra-light laptop for games
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Overall 9
8.5

An 11in Alienware gaming laptop with fast graphics and excellent build quality

Good Gear Guide.au
15 June 2010
  • Conclusion: Alienware's M11x is a good option for gamers who want something small and easy to carry around. It's an 11in laptop with a decent mid-range graphics chip and it can run old and new games alike. It's very well built and its lights look great at night. It's a product we'd be proud to own.
  • Pros: Excellent build quality, good battery life, fast graphics performance, 7200rpm hard drive, excellent touchpad, good looking lights
  • Cons: Doesn't have Gigabit Ethernet, Core 2 Duo CPU isn't ideal for taxing processing tasks
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Overall 8
8.0

Alienware M11x review: Perfect PC gaming on the go?

electricpig
28 April 2010
  • Summary: A pricey revolution in ultra portable PC gaming
  • Pros: Peerless gaming performance in a pint-sized package
  • Cons: Non hot-swappable battery, gamers may miss a built-in optical drive
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