Yuno Gasai [Psycopath] Jul 27 @ 11:47am
should i get this new laptop (link below)
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Powl Jul 27 @ 12:30pm 
Nope to Alienware. Bulky design, overpriced and often mediocre quality.
Bad-Motha Jul 27 @ 12:32pm 
Originally posted by Powl:
Nope to Alienware. Bulky design, overpriced and often mediocre quality.

Have u ever used one in the last year or two?
Powl Jul 27 @ 12:37pm 
Originally posted by Bad-Motha:
Originally posted by Powl:
Nope to Alienware. Bulky design, overpriced and often mediocre quality.

Have u ever used one in the last year or two?
I havent owned one, but several people in my university course use them. Oh wait no this weekend I also saw one at a local store. Well alright, the quality of that was alright, but it was still too bulky and overpriced.

However I gotta admit the laptops are better than the desktops.
rotNdude Jul 27 @ 12:58pm 
I would look through some laptops here before buying that.

http://www.xoticpc.com/alienware-14-p-6537.html?wconfigure=yes

What is your budget and what do you have now?
Yuno Gasai [Psycopath] Jul 27 @ 1:25pm 
i got an acer aspire 2009. 4Gb memory intel pentium P6100 and a 500GB harddrive. i just want an alien ware because i think its very good for what i do..all i do is game on this one
Powl Jul 27 @ 1:27pm 
Originally posted by The Entire United States:
i got an acer aspire 2009. 4Gb memory intel pentium P6100 and a 500GB harddrive. i just want an alien ware because i think its very good for what i do..all i do is game on this one
Still might wanna look at the 14" Sager/Clevo models that have a 750M (or better even an 850M or better) or greater, also e.g. the Gigabyte P34G (v2), and I'm not sure if MSI/ASUS currently have 14" gaming models.

At least if you want to actually make use of the main advantage of laptops, mobility, then getting a bulky heavy design like the Alienware 14 might not be what you want. Most other 14" models with similar and sometimes better specs are slimmer and lighter.
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Yuno Gasai [Psycopath] Jul 27 @ 1:28pm 
i also want the one i linked because it has windows 7 i DO NOT want windows 8 its too..Confuseing to me..
Powl Jul 27 @ 1:31pm 
Originally posted by The Entire United States:
i also want the one i linked because it has windows 7 i DO NOT want windows 8 its too..Confuseing to me..
why is it confusing? You can use something like ClassicShell or Start8 to make it look exactly like Win 7 with its classic start menu. Everything apart from the start menu is the same in Win 8 as in Win 7. Or rather, an improved revision of it. Things like resource management and recovery have been improved over Win 7. If you rule out laptops over a start menu that you can change via a small tool, then you'd be missing out on most good alternatives.
Yuno Gasai [Psycopath] Jul 27 @ 1:32pm 
i know its just im so used to windows 7 i dont want to change :P
Bad-Motha Jul 27 @ 1:56pm 
Most laptops that allow Customization on a website checkout allow u to pick Win7 OS
Try SAGER, they are very good.
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