Apple Macbook Air

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It goes without saying that the MacBook Air’s design is absolutely gorgeous. But did you realize it was eco-friendly too?

Browsing through Apple’s growing list of products, you’ll find there’s no shortage of lightweight, powerful laptops that rival with battery like Apple A1582 Battery, Apple A1502 ( EMC-2835 ) Battery, Apple A1502 Battery, Apple MF839LL/A Battery, Apple MF840LL/A Battery, Apple MF841LL/A Battery, Apple MF842LL/A Battery, Apple MF843LL/A Battery, Apple MF839LL/A Battery, Apple MF840LL/A Battery, Apple MF842LL/A Battery, Apple MF843LL/A Battery, and to some extent surpass, many of their Windows counterparts. For instance, there are the MacBook Pro 17-inch and 15-inch laptops, arguably the lightest in their respective categories. But for quite some time now, Apple fanatics have been calling for something that can actually be classified as an ultraportable, something that breaks the 4-pound barrier. Finally, Apple has answered with the Apple MacBook Air ($1,799 direct), and pleased the eco-crowd.

The aluminum casing is completely recyclable, similar to that of the MacBook Pros. You won’t find a trace of arsenic and mercury on the display or on the display’s glass screen. All of the Apple-designed circuit boards are also PVC- and BFR (Bromide)-free. Apple is also touting the fact that, in addition to being rid of all these hazardous materials, the MacBook Air is Energy Star 4.0-certified and EPEAT silver-compliant. On PC Magazine’s energy consumption tests, the 14 Watts it produced while idle is consistent with Energy Star’s 14 Watt (and under) requirement. The reading was taken while the system was running Leopard after 15 minutes of idle time.

Apple MacBook Air 11-Inch 2015

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The 2015 Apple MacBook Air 11-inch ($899 as tested) is all about ultraportability. This year’s model gets a modest CPU update from last year’s iteration with battery such as Apple A1406 Battery, Apple A1495 Battery, Apple A1465 Battery, Apple MC968LL/A Battery, Apple MC969LL/A Battery, Apple MD214LL/A Battery, Apple MD223LL/A Battery, Apple MD224LL/A Battery, Apple MD845LL/A Battery, Apple MC969CH Battery, Apple MD224B/A Battery, Apple MD223X/A Battery, Apple MD224X/A Battery, but while its Editors’ Choice-winning stablemate, the 2015 Apple MacBook Air 13-inch(Best Price at Amazon), is aimed at pleasing a wider range of users, the 11-inch ultraportable makes a few tradeoffs to become even thinner and lighter. Even so, its Intel Core i5 processor means that it breezes through tasks that would slow an Intel-Core-M-equipped system, and that’s on top of its 11.5 hours of battery life. The MacBook Air 11-inch is a wonderful laptop, and it should be on your short list if you’re constantly on the move.

If the all-aluminum exterior of the MacBook Air 11-inch($739.00 at Amazon) looks familiar, that’s because the design has basically remained unchanged since 2010. It measures 7.5 long by 11.8 wide, and its thickness tapers from 0.68 inches from the back to 0.11 inches at the front. The laptop weighs 2.38 pounds, which is ever-so-slightly heavier than the last year’s model (2.31 pounds). It’s significantly smaller and lighter than other ultraportables like the Asus Zenbook UX305FA-ASM1($870.54 at Amazon) and the HP EliteBook Folio 1020(Best Price at Amazon), although those two are slimmer.

The new 12-inch MacBook lays claims to being the most svelte Apple laptop, but it sacrifices I/O ports in favor of shaving off a few millimeters. It should be noted that the MacBook Air 11-inch’s Intel Core i5 processor needs a fan to keep itself cool, while the thinner laptops listed above all have Intel Core M processors that don’t require active cooling.

The system is equipped with a 1.6GHz Intel Core i5-5250U processor with integrated Intel HD Graphics 6000. Multimedia performance was good, completing the Handbrake test in 2 minutes 49 seconds and our Adobe Photoshop CS6 test in 5:13. Both scores are faster than the Dell XPS 13 Touch($949.11 at Amazon) (2:58 on Handbrake; 5:54 on CS6) and the Lenovo Yoga 3 14(Best Price at Amazon) (3:04 on Handbrake; 5:16 on CS6). Systems with Intel Core i7 processors, like the Acer Aspire S7-393-7451 and the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Special Edition Laptop (7352) were predictably quicker in our tests. The MacBook Air was much faster than the Apple MacBook, which scored 3:39 on the Handbrake test and 6:24 on Photoshop CS6.

The latest 11-inch Apple MacBook Air might be one of the smallest ultraportable laptops on the market, but its powerful Intel Core i5 processor and long-lasting battery life help it stay ahead of its Core-M-equipped rivals. It also offers better connectivity options than the Apple MacBook. Consider buying one if you’re replacing a three-year-old or older MacBook Air or Windows ultraportable, but you can skip it if you have last year’s model. The newest Apple MacBook Air 13-inch remains our Editors’ Choice for midrange ultraportable laptops with its larger screen and astounding battery life for only $100 more.

Dell Vostro 15-5568

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The Vostro series with battery like DELL Y9N00 Battery, DELL PKH18 Battery, DELL WV7G0 Battery, DELL 489XN Battery, DELL XPS L321X Battery, DELL XPS 13-L322X Battery, DELL 75WY2 Battery, DELL NMV5C Battery, DELL XPS L511X Battery, DELL XPS 15Z Battery, DELL XPS L511Z Battery, DELL XPS 15Z-7777 Battery has come a long way as a trusted name for laptops built for professionals and businesses in view. The latest Vostro 15 continues to impress as it is revamped as a slimmer and lighter machine yet without conceding on its substance. Built-wise, the laptop’s construction is solid with a polished finish as it is mainly built with aluminium components. Users have a choice of colours on its interior i.e. gold (Jingle) or silver (Era). Its dimensions measure 19.2 x 380 x 252.5 mm and it weighs merely 1.98 kg. For a laptop in the 15-inch category, it’s weight is not all that bad but it could be better. Ports are strategically located on both sides; thus leaving the rear of the laptop neat and clutter-free. Carrying around this laptop is convenient and it will surely turn heads with its polished aluminium finish. Its business look is typical for most Vostro series. Performance-wise, it is powered by an Intel Core i7-7500U Kaby-Lake processor and can be coupled with an NVIDIA M940MX GPU. This interesting combination renders the Vostro in some ways bearing the characteristics of a multimedia laptop. Running demanding software and multi-tasking on this processor is a non-issue. In fact, it will even run games at medium to low settings if needed.

Its 15.6-inch display with an aspect ratio of 16: 9 and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixel is incredibly appealing. It is nice that the hinge allows the screen to bend back a full 180 degrees. RAM options are 8 GB of DDR4 RAM (max. 32GB) and storage is available at a 256 GB SSD. Network connectivity is supported by Wireless-AC 3165 and Bluetooth 4.1. The sound quality of the Vostro 15 is rather poor due to the speakers which are placed in an odd location. This has been a problem for many Vostros before this too. Connectivity is aplenty on this machine as it comes equipped with all necessary ports for input and output. For maximum security, a fast touch fingerprint scanner is integrated on board. The 42-Wh battery included is equally powerful considering that it is a business notebook and its runtime remains remarkable thanks to its efficient hardware, most noticeably the Kaby-Lake processor. Certainly, professionals and enterprises will benefit from this as they are power users who require longer productivity. The precision touchpad with multi-touch control is wide and sensitive. The keyboard bundled together is spill resistant and illuminated for use under dim environments. It comes pre-installed with Windows 10 Pro. Living up to the Vostro brand name, this machine is a business notebook standing out among its rivals.

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 7577 Laptop

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The Inspiron 7577 with battery such as DELL 5K9CP Battery, DELL 90V7W Battery, DELL DIN02 Battery, DELL JD25G Battery, DELL RWT1R Battery, DELL XPS 13 9343 Battery, DELL XPS 13 9350 Battery, DELL 5R9DD Battery, DELL KTCCN Battery, DELL XKPD0 Battery, DELL Chromebook 11 3120 Battery, DELL Chromebook 3120 Battery starts at just under $900 USD with an i5-7300HQ CPU, GTX 1060 Max-Q GPU, FHD IPS matte display, and 128 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD while the highest-end SKU will cost $1600 USD with an i7-7700HQ, GTX 1060 Max-Q GPU, 4K UHD IPS display, and up to a 512 GB NVMe SSD. The fact that Dell includes the exact same GPU across the entire lineup is a notable change from the Inspiron 7567 where there were multiple GPU options. Competitors in this price range are plentiful including the Asus ROG GL503, Lenovo Legion Y520, Acer Nitro 5, Gigabyte Sabre 15, Samsung Odyssey, HP Omen 15, and the MSI GF62VR to name a few.

The new chassis retains the core outline of the Inspiron 7567. For example, the tapered front and back edges remain while the tacky red grilles are now gone for more neutral gray-colored grilles. Visually, the changes make the notebook stand out in the ever-growing crowd of budget gaming notebooks even if users may not like the Ruffles-inspired grilles. The dark gray magnesium alloy surfaces are smooth and uniform from top to bottom and will attract fingerprints just as well as on the Inspiron 7567. The front corners of the notebook are unfortunately still quite sharp to the touch compared to the rounded corners of most other notebooks.

There have been no processor changes from the Inspiron 7567. The same quad-core i5-7300HQ and quad-core i7-7700HQ options remain just like on essentially every other gaming notebook of this year in the mainstream to high-end categories. We don’t expect this to change anytime soon at least until both Ryzen Mobile and 45 W Coffee Lake CPUs become readily available.

The slower i5-7300HQ CPU does not appear to make much of a difference in frame rates for most titles when compared to the Omen 15 with the same GTX 1060 Max-Q GPU but faster quad-core i7-7700HQ. Nearly all tested titles are playable at 1080p and at maximum settings at a locked 30 FPS whereas a desktop GTX 1060 can handle most games at near-maximum settings at a locked 60 FPS. It’s still unfortunate that Dell offers no G-Sync options as most titles hover between the 30 and 60 FPS range where the variable refresh rate technology is at its best.

Running on battery power will limit both CPU and GPU potential. A 3DMark 11 run on batteries (High Performance, dGPU enabled) returns Physics and Graphics scores of 3798 and 4826 points, respectively, compared to 6015 and 13075 points when on mains. We noticed odd frame pacing behavior when gaming on batteries that we hope Dell will address in a future update.

The system ships with a 24 percent smaller battery capacity than on the outgoing Inspiron 7567 and even the older Inspiron 7559. Battery life has suffered as a result from over 10 hours on the Inspiron 7567 to "just" 7 hours on the new Inspiron 7577 when subjected to similar WLAN conditions.

When looking more closely at the battery life changes, we can begin to predict why Dell decided to reduce the cell count from 6 to 4. The 74 Wh battery in the Inspiron 7567 was very large for its price category and runtimes were already hours longer than its closest competitors. By moving to a smaller battery for the 7577 series, Dell can still boast longer runtimes than the competition while likely cutting costs simultaneously.

Charging from near empty to full capacity will take about 2 hours.

The Inspiron 7577 is the best gaming notebook for users on a tight budget. It’s surprisingly quiet and long-lasting with strong graphics performance that go beyond its asking price. The display and keyboard are the two aspects that feel "budget-grade" in this otherwise exceptional mainstream offering.

Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Laptop

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When it comes to the New Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series with battery like DELL PT6V8 Battery, DELL KR-08P6X6 Battery, DELL T7YJR Battery, DELL 312-0984 Battery, DELL DKK25 Battery, DELL Alienware M11X R1 Battery, DELL Alienware M11X Battery, DELL Alienware M14X R1 Battery, DELL Alienware M14X Battery, DELL Alienware P06T Battery, DELL Alienware M11X R3 Battery, DELL 8P6X6 Battery, (available at Amazon) there’s a lot to love. From the premium design to the optional 2-in-1 hinge and 8th-Gen Intel i5 CPU, these machines have a little something for everyone. Since most of the best convertibles cost well over a grand, the 2-in-1 version is especially appealing. Not only is it travel-friendly and stylish as hell, it’s affordable too.

The 2-in-1 model we tested, with its aluminum chassis and flexible hinge, feels more expensive than it actually is. In addition to the excellent build quality, you’re getting a pretty zippy machine thanks to the 8th-Gen Intel CPU. The dual speakers also produce little to no distortion and the keyboard is an absolute dream to type on. While there’s a lot we like about it, we had a few nitpicks.

The display is plenty bright and details are crisp, but colors aren’t super vibrant. The battery life is also shorter than we like, so you’ll definitely have to go outlet hunting at some point. Drawbacks aside, we still think the convertible we reviewed is worth consideration. If you’re looking for strong performance at a reasonable price, you can’t get much better than this.

When we put the Inspiron 13 through our primary battery test, which cycles through a series of power-hungry tasks, it fizzled out in a little under two hours. However, during our WiFi browsing test, the convertible hit a little over three hours. This test is less intensive, but more reflective of everyday use. Still, battery life isn’t great, so you’re going to want to keep the charger handy.

If you’re looking for a zippy laptop that won’t break the bank, the New Inspiron 13 7000 Series is a great choice. With its 8th-Gen Intel i5 CPU, optional 2-in-1 design, and powerful audio, these machines tic off a ton of boxes. While the 2-in-1 version we tested has a lot going for it, battery life is disappointing, so you’ll need to keep the charger handy. And, despite the bright display, colors just don’t pop like do on other screens.

If you’re looking for a 2-in-1 with longer battery life, we’d recommend the Lenovo Yoga 720. Like the one we tested, the Yoga 720 has slim bezels and costs less than a grand. It’s not as stylish, but if it’s better battery life you’re after, then this is a good alternative. The Inspiron 13 700 series is still a good choice, though, especially if you’re looking to get your hands on the 8th-Gen Intel i5 CPU.

Dell Chromebook 13 3380 Review

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We first looked at the Dell Chromebook 13 back in late 2015, praising its build quality and full-HD display, but feeling it was a bit heavy at 1.46kg (3.23lbs).

Now we have the new Chromebook 13 3380 which, with a starting price of £259 (ex. VAT) with battery such as DELL 62VNH Battery, DELL 89JW7 Battery, DELL 9HRXJ Battery, DELL F7HVR Battery, DELL 451-BBEN Battery, DELL 451-BBEO Battery, DELL 451-BBJY Battery, DELL 451-BBLJ Battery, DELL G4YJM Battery, DELL T2T3J Battery, DELL Y1FGD Battery, DELL Inspiron 7537 Battery, is being marketed primarily at the education sector. Going forward, we can expect a renewed focus on Chromebooks in business, following Google’s recent announcement of the Chrome Enterprise operating system — although currently there are issues getting hold of business-class Chromebooks outside of the US.

Dell is bigging up the new Chromebook 13’s ‘best-in-class durability’, and it’s certainly a solidly built laptop. There’s a sealed spill-resistant keyboard, while the rounded rubber finish on the edges of the base is a neat touch to help protect against drops. However, it’s a pity there’s no similar protection on the lid section.

The Chromebook 13 3380 is no lightweight at 1.61kg (3.54lbs), and it’s also quite chunky at 332.9mm wide by 231.8mm deep by 23mm thick. It will certainly take up a significant slice of a student’s backpack — and help them to keep fit.

There’s a light on the lid section that Dell calls the ‘Activity Light’. This is controlled via an app that I had to download and install. Once in place it pops up three control options that activate the light in one of three colours. Blue is the Chromebook equivalent of raising a hand in class, red is the colour to ask a question, and yellow (although to my eyes it looks green), is the colour that indicates discussion. I couldn’t work out a real-world use for the yellow light, but I guess teachers can use the Activity Light feature in a freeform way if they want students to work quietly. Gimmick or useful tool? You decide.

Unlike the Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA the screen doesn’t swivel through 360 degrees. Instead it reaches just 180 degrees, which means it can be laid flat on the desk for students to share information. However, the fact that the keyboard isn’t hidden away means a lot of desk space is needed if several students want to compare screens.

The 13.3-inch screen could do with another couple of notches of brightness. Its resolution of 1,366 by 768 pixels delivers enough detail for viewing websites, but having a webpage and a word processing document open side by side will prove a struggle. The screen is reflective, and looks a little lost in its wide bezel.

The keyboard is not as springy as I would like, but it has been designed to withstand some serious stresses in student hands, and is responsive enough. I had no trouble touch-typing at normal speeds. The wide touchpad is also responsive.

There’s an adequate range of ports and slots: a full-size HDMI port, a pair of USB 3.1 ports, a MicroSD card reader and a headset jack. Dual-and 802.11ac wi-fi and Bluetooth 4.0 LE cater for wireless connectivity. There’s no wired Ethernet port though.

According to Dell, the Chromebook 13 3380 should deliver at least ten hours of life — plenty for a full school day — on a single charge from its 4-cell 56Wh battery. During testing I managed several periods of three to four hours running mainstream workloads without taking the battery below 50 percent, so Dell’s claim seems reasonable.

The Dell Chromebook 13 3380 is no lightweight, lacks a fully rotating screen and has a somewhat unforgiving keyboard, but it delivers good battery life and is solidly built. The less expensive models are likely to be of most interest to schools and colleges, which are increasingly operating on very tight budgets.

Dell Latitude 5285 Surface Pro

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This might sound familiar: Dell’s newest PC is a tablet with a built-in kickstand, that’s meant to be used with a soft keyboard cover, and supports input from a stylus.

Yeah, it’s the exact formula behind Microsoft’s Surface. It even looks just like Microsoft’s Surface. But in this case, it’s Dell’s Latitude 5285.

The Latitude 5285 with battery like DELL 451-BBFS Battery, DELL G0G2M Battery, DELL 5K1GW Battery, DELL 451-BBFX Battery, DELL Inspiron 15 7537 Battery, DELL Inspiron 17 7737 Battery, DELL Inspiron N7537 Battery, DELL Inspiron N7746 Battery, DELL Inspiron N7737 Battery, DELL Latitude E7420 Battery, DELL Inspiron 7737 Battery, DELL 2CP9F Battery is beat for beat a shot at the Surface Pro. It has a 12.3-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio (same as the Surface), supports up to a 1TB SSD (same as the Surface), includes up to 16GB RAM (same as the Surface), and supports traditional Core i processors from Intel (just like the Surface) — in this case, from its seventh generation release.

But there is one place Dell cuts corners: the Latitude’s display. There’s only one option here, 1080p, and that’s significantly lower than the 2736 x 1824 resolution included on the Surface Pro 4.

That might be okay for Dell, since it’s going to be selling these machines to businesses first and foremost, and getting high-end displays isn’t necessarily every company’s top priority. Dell also includes LTE and WiGig options, as well as support for fingerprint and security card readers.

Dell has already been offering similar 2-in-1s, but nothing quite so identical to the Surface Pro as this. Prior Latitude models included kickstand cases and bulkier keyboard attachments. Dell is even a reseller of the Surface Pro, with its own management services added on top. This new tablet seems like an attempt to siphon off some of those customers by meeting slightly different needs.

The Latitude 5285 will go on sale February 28th with pricing starting at $899 — exactly the same as a Surface Pro 4 with a Core i processor. Likewise, the keyboard cover will sell separately. Dell hasn’t announced the price for that just yet.

Dell Latitude 7480 Laptop Review

Dell Latitude 7480 Laptop Review

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With its redesigned chassis, lighter weight and much-improved battery life, the upper-class Latitude once again ticks all the right check boxes when it comes to business notebooks. The 14-inch 7480 is equipped with current-generation hardware, offers great performance and features a top-notch keyboard and with battery such as DELL 34GKR Battery, DELL F38HT Battery, DELL G95J5 Battery, DELL 451-BBFY Battery, DELL PFXCR Battery, DELL T19VW Battery, DELL 909H5 Battery, DELL 451-BBFV Battery, DELL Latitude E7440 Battery, DELL Latitude E7420 Battery, DELL 3RNFD Battery, DELL Latitude E7450 Battery. Coil whine is very noticeable, however.

Mobility, security, manageability and reliability have long been the cornerstones of Dell’s well-respected Latitude series. The 2017-version of the 14-inch model, which is now simply called Latitude 7480 – both the number 14 and the letter "E" have been dropped from the name – improves on the predecessor Dell Latitude 14 E7470 in several key areas, which will touch upon during the course of the review.

Dell’s business notebooks have always impressed us with their excellent build quality and great ergonomics, but it’s probably safe to say that the company has neglected looks in the past. With the latest two iterations, we are happy to report that this is changing as well. The new Latitude is sleeker than before and looks decidedly upscale while not neglecting the core values that made the series so great for business in the first place.

As part of the "Premium" 7000-line, the review laptop picks – in some ways at least – up where the "Mainstream" Latitude 5000-series leaves off. Our review notebook – which sells for $1850 – comes with 14-inch FHD IPS display, dual-core i7 CPU, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB SSD and is therefore, at least as far as the hardware is concerned, strikingly similar to the mid-level Latitude 5480 we reviewed less than a month ago. The competition is thus similar as well and includes the higher-end business notebooks from Lenovo like the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2017 or HP’s EliteBook 840 G4, among others.

Our Latitude 7480 is equipped with a 4-cell Express Charge Capable battery with a healthy capacity of 60 Wh – good enough for a solid WLAN run time of 12 hours. While the Latitude 5480 with its even higher-capacity battery (68 Wh) lasts about 4 hours longer, the result is still quite impressive – especially when considering that the predecessor with QHD display and a 55 Wh battery didn’t even last half as long. The maximum and minimum run time are also surprisingly good for this category. For most usage scenarios, the notebook will easily last the entire workday.

Charging with the notebook on took roughly 2 hours – not quite as quick as some other notebooks, but still decent enough given how long the battery lasts.

While not nearly as glamorous as Dell’s own 13-inch and 15-inch XPS siblings, the Latitude 7480 is in some way the business-equivalent of those well-received mainstream machines. The good-looking 14-inch laptop is smaller and much lighter than before, but the build quality remains unquestionably high. The chassis is rigid with tight tolerances and features a soft, touch-friendly finish. The display is bright with accurate colors and non-glare as well, so road warriors won’t have to deal with annoying reflections. The performance is top-notch – even though the CPU specific tests fall slightly short, the notebook excels when it comes to synthetic benchmarks – and the battery lasts all day even if it shouldn’t be complete charged. The input devices are also very good with the keyboard in particular getting our nod as one of the best ones available on the market today.

The Latitude 7480 is a high-quality and solid business laptop. Its ever-present coil whine could be a deal breaker for some, however.

If there’s one glaring negative, it’s the coil whine, which is audible from at least 3 feet away and seems to be present regardless of the load level (but is of course most noticeable during idle). We certainly hope that this coil whine only affects our review notebook, but given that we observed the same type of noise during our examination of the Latitude 5480 and 7280, we wouldn’t be surprised if this is a more widespread issue.

Dell Alienware M17x Laptop

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When your opponents swarm down like locusts, the Alienware® M17x laptop with battery like DELL 34GKR Battery, DELL F38HT Battery, DELL G95J5 Battery, DELL 451-BBFY Battery, DELL PFXCR Battery, DELL T19VW Battery, DELL 909H5 Battery, DELL 451-BBFV Battery, DELL Latitude E7440 Battery, DELL Latitude E7420 Battery, DELL 3RNFD Battery, DELL Latitude E7450 Battery gives you the firepower for all-out extermination. The most powerful Intel® mobile processor available, ATI CrossFireX™ dual-graphics processing unit (GPU) graphics and Alienware’s dramatic industrial design deliver the ultimate high-definition mobile gaming and entertainment experience. Strike fear in your enemies and taste sweet victory.

Any hesitation means almost-certain death. Power through the most hard-core games and intense applications with the latest Intel® Core™ i7 and Core™ i5 processors featuring Intel® Turbo Boost Technology for dynamic, on-the-fly overclocking.

You’re only as good as your GPU. If you want your games cranked up to max settings with ultra-fast frame rates, the Alienware M17x now offers up to a full one teraflop of sheer graphics power with ATI CrossFireX. Experience incredible scalability, performance and compatibility while obtaining desktop-quality imagery.

BinaryGFX — With Alienware’s BinaryGFX technology, users have the ability to switch between discrete or integrated graphics.
Stealth Mode — While in Stealth Mode, discrete graphics cards are turned off and other components throttle down to achieve a 65-watt power limit.

Alienware Command Center provides intuitive, user-friendly access to exclusive applications and controls, including AlienFX® lighting effects software and AlienFusion power management system. Updates and new releases download directly into Command Center, creating a constantly evolving tool for modifying and personalizing your M17x.

AlienSense — This facial recognition software identifies numerous distinguishing features, utilizing the M17x’s Webcam to read and verify biometric measurements that cannot be faked or stolen like a typed password.

Power isn’t only on the inside of the Alienware M17x. Protect your world with Alienware’s all-new, anodized aluminum case design with aggressive lines and in-your-face attitude that can manage your thermals and look good doing it. And you can personalize your machine with a choice of two color options: Metallic Silver or Metallic Black.

QuickTouch system control pad — Run your fingers above the keyboard on your M17x and you won’t feel a thing. Your laptop, however, will. The Alienware QuickTouch control pad uses touch-capacitive sensors to access and manage power and volume controls, Bluetooth® and wireless connectivity and Command Center and Stealth Mode launch functions. Illuminated by the dramatic AlienFX lighting control system, QuickTouch renders mechanical buttons and control knobs obsolete.

New Alienware 17 Series Laptop

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The Alienware 17 with battery such as DELL 451-BBFW Battery, DELL WD52H Battery, DELL 9C26T Battery, DELL GVD76 Battery, DELL HJ8KP Battery, DELL J31N7 Battery, DELL KWFFN Battery, DELL NCVF0 Battery, DELL VFV59 Battery, DELL Y9HNT Battery, DELL Latitude E7240 Battery, DELL Latitude E7250 Battery features up to 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i9-Series processors for the ultimate evolution in high-performance gaming technology. This machine is mechanically engineered with improved Alienware Cryo-Tech V2.0 thermal technology, plus a thin, hinge-forward design to extract the maximum performance from top-of-the-line components. With the cooling system upgraded, and state-of-the-art ventilation, your system can stay cool even under extreme graphics pressure.

Built with premium materials, this machine utilizes magnesium alloy for rigidity, copper for better performance, anodized aluminum for extra protection and steel for tactile comfort. With support for up to NVIDIA® GTX 1080, with all NVIDIA® GPUs overclocked, you can experience gaming on a whole new level.

The Alienware 17 has been upgraded to give gamers the tools they need to be the best.

Killer™ Wireless: Killer DoubleShot™ Pro provides a wired and wireless networking setup that prioritizes internet traffic and data streaming to applications most important to you. Optional Killer 1550 allows up to 1.73 Gbps max throughput for even more high-speed gaming.

Alienware Graphics Amplifier support: Enable future-proofing of upgradeable full length, dual-wide graphics and additional 4-port USB 3.0 hub for added peripherals. We’ve added a PCIe x4 Gen 3 connection with dedicated throughput for connectivity that’s superior even to a Thunderbolt.

Thunderbolt Type-C port: This multi-use port is ready to be used as a USB 3.1 port, offering 10Gbps of data transfer, a Thunderbolt connection capable of 40Gbps, or even a DisplayPort enabling various monitors supporting the DP protocol.

Longer battery life: The Alienware 17 contains a 68Whr battery with an optional 99 Whr* lithium-ion battery. We offer the maximum amount of battery power legally allowed with the 99Whr battery – storing and delivering more power than any other laptop for longer uninterrupted gameplay. The new Alienware 17 can support up to 10 hours of battery life, as tested with the 99 Whr battery and an FHD LCD configuration.*

Solid-state drive: Load your games faster, get shock and vibration protection, better speed and capacity, and much more. Solid-state drives make virtually no noise and have fewer failures because they have no moving parts. A quieter system means you can better pinpoint every footstep your enemy makes.

Hear every battle cry: Due to the upgraded design, a larger and more effective speaker box has been installed, improving audio output for a clearer and more dramatic gaming experience.

Clear the desktop and the board: Avoid excess cables and embrace the “desktop mode” design, where most of your critical connections and ports are in the back and out of the way.