For CES 2011, Alienware has a new version of its 17-inch M17x laptop, called the M17x R3.
Dell announces two new gaming/performance desktops with Sandy Bridge CPUs.
The 11-inch gaming hybrid laptop will get an extra graphics-switching and performance boost very soon, utilizing the newest tech from Intel and Nvidia.
Dell's two recent high-end gambles, the 11-inch Alienware M11x "gaming Netbook" and the wafer-thin 13-inch Adamo XPS, both hit a lot of the right notes, even if they themselves are unlikely to be big-volume products.
On this week's show, we dive into the top-secret Best Buy handbook for the Apple iPad launch; take a closer look at Alienware's 11-inch M11x gaming laptop; and see if David Mamet's rules for TV drama apply to video games such as Just Cause 2 and God of War III.
We go hands-on with Alienware's "gaming Netbook" here at the CNET offices. Can the much-discussed ultraportable live up to its hype?
We've just reviewed the Alienware M11x and we absolutely adore it. With the US model appearing to cost significantly less than the UK version, however, are we in Britain being ripped off?
Dell news from CES: Streak 7 tablet, Venue smartphone, and the new Alienware M17x 3D, the "most powerful product to be introduced in the universe."
Gaming's presence at CES 2011 solidified the category as a once again legitimate contender.
It's hard to keep up with the hundreds of product announcements out of CES this week, but there have been some attention-grabbers. What got you most hyped?