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Alienware is a United States computer hardware subsidiary of Dell, Inc.[2] It mainly assembles third party components into desktops and laptops with custom enclosures. Alienware also offers for sale rebadged computer peripherals, such as headsets, computer mic, monitors and keyboards. Their hardware has a distinctive “sci-fi” style, typically including decorative lighting. Alienware was founded in 1996 by Nelson Gonzalez and Alex Aguila.

Free Alienware M18x Laptop has been customized by the seller, so read the detailed listing and feel free to reach out to the seller to ask questions about specific adjustments. Without any modifications, the Dell Alienware M18x is an Intel Core i7 processor–powered laptop that offers you intense gaming experience. Also, supporting up to maximum RAM capacity of 32 GB, this customized laptop loads all your high-end games and multimedia applications swiftly. Featuring a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, this 18.4-inch customized laptop delivers pictures with amazing color and contrast. Moreover, integrated with a 1.5 GB NVIDIA GeForce graphics card, this 18.4-inch laptop provides enhanced visual and graphics for an improved gaming experience. With a memory capacity of 750 GB, the Dell Alienware M18x lets you store all your games, videos, and photographs. What’s more, just connect this 18.4-inch laptop to an HDTV via its HDMI port and enjoy movies and games on a big screen.

  • With powerful graphics options, the Alienware M18x delivers desktop performance in a mobile chassis.
  • Put the competition to shame with an optional factory-overclocked Intel® Core™ i7 Processor Extreme Edition.
  • If an 18.4″ full HD (high-definition) display isn’t big enough, you can wirelessly blast 3D games and HD content to any properly equipped external display. Note: 3D viewing requires additional equipment, sold separately
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