Alienware 14 gaming notebook (4th gen Core)

Get your game on with this beautiful 14in Alienware lappy

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    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 2,699.00 (AUD)

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Harley Carberry



Alienware X17 4 Gen 16Gb Ram with 1.5 Tb HDD and its display is 86x + Windows 8
Alienware X17 3Gen (And Below)
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i have recently purchased an Alienware X17 4 Gen 16Gb Ram with 1.5 Tb HDD and its display is 86x + Windows 8 its really good at running games but i only had it for one day and then i had an Hdd error it said that there was no Boot Drive available but it was on there when i turned it off and now i cant access the computer all i can do is go to the bios setup and that doesnt help because i've teaked with all the options and that still did'nt fix it any Help???!!!




The sleek, new aluminum lit back plate. Full HD anti-gloss screen. Awesome speakers for a laptop. The sturdy keyboard. Soft touch paint. Customizable lighting.
The 2 mp front camera could be better. Just being picky, but the optical drive makes a noise when starting up. Battery not easily accessible. Just like the Razer Blade, oily finger marks easily visible.
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I have a Razer Blade 2013 and an older m14x r2. I love the new look to the alienware products, however, I'm still a fan of the front grills of the r1 and r2. The Alienware 14 (R3), feels and looks more solid. The performance with an 'average' configuration, only slightly varies in benchmarks. If you upgrade to the better GPU, CPU, Screen and RAM, then it becomes more obvious the R3 can out-perform its predecessors.

Compared to the Razer Blade 2013, it has the same GPU as my Alienware 14. However, the Razer blade doesn't come with an optical drive and overheats a lot faster than the R3. This is because the R3 has a bigger air-intake. Performance wise, the Alienware is a smidge better.

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