Alienware M11X Gaming Netbook was introduced in the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 at Las Vegas. Alienware M11X Netbook is a new gaming device released by Alienware, a daughter company of Dell, Incorporated. The Alienware M11X netbook offers portability to avoid bulky gaming PC. The M11X netbook is smaller compared to the Alienware M15X and Alienware M17x which are full-sized laptops. A few of Alienware M11x Netbook’s specs and features were mentioned at CES 2010. What are these specifications? Discover them below.
The Alienware M11X Netbook or Dell Alienware M11X Gaming Netbook was presented at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2010 (CES 2010) held at Las Vegas, Nevada. Invited guess had the privilege to get their hands-on gaming on the Alienware M11X Netbook. To get a preview of how this Alienware Netbook performs, watch the video below.
This is a hands-on demo of Alienware M11X Gaming Netbook with Modern Warfare 2 Video Game.
As additional info, here are some of Alienware M11X Netbook Specifications:
- 11.6-inch screen with 1280 x 720 display resolution
- 6 1/2 hours of battery life (battery mode)
- 2 hours of “intense gaming”
- Video out via DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA
- 3D mark scores in 6-7k range
- 50FPS Crysis, 30FPS Call of Duty on High Settings
- NVIDIA GT335M switchable graphics
Aside from Alienware M11X Netbook, more gadgets and electronic devices were presented at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2010. Some of them were covered on our site such as the HP Slate Tablet PC with Windows 7 and Google’s superphone called the Nexus One.
The target Alienware M11X release date is on the first or second week of February, according to Dell, and the price of this netbook could be between $900-1,000. A bit pricey but still fair in our view. If you have the money, Alienware M11X netbook is something you should consider getting. If you don’t, then wait for cheaper netbooks from other manufacturers (like HP, Compaq, Sony, Acer, Asus and Lenovo) to come out or go on sale. But don’t expect this to happen soon as new products have high SRP’s during their first six months of release.