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Great computing starts with Intel inside.
The $3,999 variant of the Alienware M18X, with its huge 18.4in screen and Intel Core i7, comes close to being the ultimate gaming notebook. But you have to pay for the privilege.
The price tag is very large, but the superbly high quality 3D capable screen of this notebook is a thing to behold.
A large price tag is to be expected when combing an awesome graphics card, processor, screen and hard drive. But $3,999 is unfortunately too large.
This monstrous gaming notebook is only let down by the enormous price tag, as otherwise it has the best of everything.
No more than $1000
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