Alienware m9750 Gaming Notebook Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
A few days ago, I posted a review of Alienwares mid-level m9700 gaming notebook. Well today, we have the higher-end m9750 notebook. The main differences are the addition of a Core 2 Duo processor vs. Turion 64, NVIDIA 7950 GTX SLI vs. 7900GS SLI, DDR2 vs. DDR, and a very sleek black case. Boot Daily has just posted a review of the aforementioned Alienware m9750 gaming notebook.
Heres what they had to say:
As you can clearly see from the benchmarks, this notebook is a good contender as a desktop replacement and/or an on-the-go LAN-party-lovers dream. It quite easily has enough GPU muscle to power its way through many of todays most demanding PC games as well as excellent CPU might to make it a good mobile workstation. While its true that mainly gamers want this much machine, so do the folks who demand a top-notch workstation for applications like Photoshop and 3DStudio.
You really have to be in awe at the level of power that can now be squeezed into a mobile format. A notebook scoring over 8200 in 3DMark06 is nothing short of remarkable This level of power obviously does not come cheap. However, if you value mobility, and require a high-performance system, the m9750 should definitely rank high on your list of choices.
Click here to read the full review.
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