Nvidia Optimus Offers (Battery) Life For Mobile Gamers

The following video is a showcase of the new Nvidia Optimus graphics technology. Running on an ASUS N61Jv notebook, the Optimus graphics card offers laptop gamers the chance of being able to unplug their laptop without wiping out the battery in half an hour. I’ve just made the switch to a laptop as my main machine as the pressures of a growing family forced me to give up my trusty desktop PC (boo hoo!). While my new Dell Studio...

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Alienware M15x Laptop
Sep27

Alienware M15x Laptop

I hate Alienware – every time they release a new laptop I feel an urgent need to upgrade my trusty old Dell. Damn them and their devilishly tempting designs. Now they’ve done it again with the Alienware M15x, an even more tempting proposition because it doesn’t cost as much as the wonderful M17x. Powered by one of Intel’s latest Core i7 CPUs and an (optional) Nvidia GeForce GTX 260M graphics card, the M15x will...

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Alienware M17x On Video

PCMag have taken a quick look at the powerhouse gaming laptop that is the Alienware M17x. Powered by a quad-core Intel CPU and three graphics cards (two GeForce cards in SLI and a third low-power card for saving battery power) the M17x is a beast of a machine that looks...

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Alienware M17 Notebook
Nov18

Alienware M17 Notebook

Alienware have announced their latest gaming laptop, the M17 Notebook. If you’re a gamer then I’m sure you’ll be familiar with Alienware and their uniquely styled machines, and the M17 carries on the tradition. It comes with a matt black case that features Alienware’s signature Skullcap design, and is finished in a soft-touch surface that is resistant to fingerprints. The full-sized keyboard features...

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MSI Launches GX620 and GX720 Gaming Laptops
Aug09

MSI Launches GX620 and GX720 Gaming Laptops

Two new laptops have entered the gaming arena – the MSI GX620 and MSI GX720. Both systems are housed in a stylish black case that features red highlights. Targeted at gamers, they feature a choice of Intel Core 2 Duo processors and up to 4GB of DDR2 memory. The main difference betrween the two laptops is the size of the screen. The GX620 comes with a 15.4-inch screen, while the GX720 has a bigger screen measuring 17-inches....

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