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Do Alienware laptops make good regular laptops?


Question Posted Saturday April 24 2010, 3:13 am

I was looking through a Gameinformer magazine and I came across an advertisement for Alienware laptops. The style of the models they have like perfectly fit my tastes (black and red are my FAVORITE color combo lol). Anyways, I know that they are the laptops that are designed to be perfect for gaming, but would it make like a good laptop for regular purposes other than gaming like surfing the net, typing up homework, and all that? I've looked at the features of the Alienware M11x and Alienware M17x models and they look pretty nice, like 8 hours of battery life. Thats pretty sweet! Basically do they make good regular laptops with all their features and stuff? Like use their features to your advantage and have high performance when doing work on it?

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evilgogeta answered Saturday April 24 2010, 6:20 pm:
An Alienware laptop would be fine for stuff like homework or using the internet. However, I wouldn't recommend one unless you're going to play games on it at some point because Alienware stuff is really expensive.
If you're going to use it for games then great, it'll play them well and you'll be able to do homework and browse the internet with it too. However, if you don't play games then you'll do just as well with a cheaper, lower spec laptop.

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OhMyLucyDarling answered Saturday April 24 2010, 5:26 pm:
Alienware is a great brand for computers, However it is made for gaming. Is it good for office work? Yes, If it can handle a game then it should handle office work just fine. (P.S. I also love the black and red!)

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