Still want an integrated nvidia graphics card and at least 8 gigs of ram. The first alienware I looked at (and tricked out haha) was the m14x
I'm not looking for anything too special. But cheap would be nice. I wouldn't say I need a huge hard drive, as I don't hold much on it, and the one I currently have is like 100GB and it has served me fine. I would like to stick with Windows 7.. The only little thing I might want would be a somewhat decent video card, as from time to time I still get random urges to play games.
I am an independent game developer / designer and I am looking for a laptop that I can use to work away from my desk. I was looking into Alienware, but I am not sure if I would need that much power nor do I want that much weight with me. I would like something that is light and easy to carry with me but also packs a punch with some power. Seeing how I am designing games on it, the laptop should be able to play the majority of the games on the market at medium or high settings. I am willing to...
Seems like the r3 has been available for a month or two now, but all I've seen are standalone reviews talking only about the r3. I want to know exactly how the r3 compares to the r2 from the same site using the exact same configurations and benchmarks so that it's a consistent comparison.
I posted this in the backchannel too (http://gdgt.com/discuss/what-exactly-does-that-ca... but that doesn't seem to be featured among "Recent discussions".
The notebook is out of warranty, and one hinge is starting to seize up. Is there an easy/cheap way to replace it without damaging the screen?
I've mostly got it working. The quality isn't great and the image is inverted. Has anyone done better?