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#1 Allan20

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Posted 28 May 2010 - 10:55 PM

i work away from home alot of the year so a standard desktop isnt worth my while getting. Im an avid gamer and want a decent gaming laptop.

Ive came accross Alienware m17

my question is , is this laptop worth the money ? Money isnt a problem but i just want to know where or not i ll be getting value for money with this laptop ?

Many thanks

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#2 Wildabeast

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Posted 30 May 2010 - 06:18 AM

Well, it looks like a real nice laptop. Is it worth the money? That's entirely up to you. I guess if it was me, and I could afford it, I'd get it. I've heard Alienware makes good stuff. The i7 core is a very good processor. I didn't see how much ram came with it, I like that it has 2 video cards. The bad thing about laptops is you can't do very much to upgrade them. And for a gamer that can be tough. But it will probably do you good for a couple of years.

Hopefully somebody who knows a lot more about them will comment and help you out more. :blink:
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