|Dell unveils gaming notebooks|
Tuesday, 02 February 2010 02:00
Dell has rolled out high-performance, 17-inch, high-definition gaming notebooks: the Dell Studio 17, Dell XPS 16, and Alienware MX17.
The three gaming machines are built with Philips` TrueVision technology for monitor adjusting.
Bruce Byrne, visual communications specialist at Drive Control Corporation (DCC), says: “The Philips 244E1 incorporates a number of technologies that greatly enhance the overall visual experience and output of the monitor.
“For example, the SmartContrast technology increases the contrast with excellent black level and accurate rendition of dark shades and colours, resulting in bright, lifelike pictures with high contrast and vibrant display – ideal for today`s cutting-edge games."
The Alienware MX17x comes with Intel`s Core Extreme Overlocked processor, dual GTX 280 graphics, and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
Mandy Porter, Dell business unit manager at DCC, says: "Gamers will also find the 17-inch screen provides ample visualisation.”
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