I dont like alienwares i think theyre more hype than theyre worth I'd get a toshiba qosmio if it were me
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I love my Alienware, it performs so much better than I expected but of course I'm on the first Gen i7 and the 3rd is out now. Plus my graphics card is a GeForce 460m, I'm way outdated and with the added effect of my HDD is about to die out on me and it's only been 18 months... I'm curious to see what the Razer Blade refresh will offer.
alienware owner (M18XR2) bias? Yup. in 2 years you'll still be able to upgrade to ? Hate the heft and bulk of it but i can play crosswords on it at 245 FPS. LOL. M17 first choice if you like 3D. Razer Fiona for portability, can't wait.
Yeah the new Razr is definitely looking very nice. I'm glad I held off on getting the original one. Cheaper and a lot more powerful, I can't even imagine the type of performance I'd notice from it. I'm still on the NVIDIA 460m and a first Gen i7 quad core at 1.87GHZ, I feel so ancient...
Yeah so far the only problem I have is my hard drive... getting the impending failing message when booting, the laptop isn't even 2 years old yet and the drive is already failing...
The G75 is even more sleek than mine, a friend had it and its extremely nice
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I waaaaaaay recommend Asus over alienware, not to mention Dell owns alienware so. Dude you're getting a Dell.
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I'm sure it's nice, but I'm really looking for portability since I travel around a lot. Something thin, light and powerful. So now I'm debating on the New Razer Blade or the Retina MBP.
The new rider blade is so cool, the touch screen for a touch pad will become common place I bet. If your going to use it as a work/all around computer keep in mind a lot of businesses programs use Mac if your going to have to have their software.Quote:
Originally Posted by rochaeliseo
That's how I wound up with my M18R2, incompatible, to the guy that bought it,, to his business environment.