Alienware delivers X9000-based laptop

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Alienware has introduced its Area-51 m15x laptop PC with Intel's new 45nm Core 2 Extreme mobile processor X9000.

According to Alienware, the new processor, coupled with the Area- 51's improved thermal management, more transistors and Intel HD Boost, allows the Intel Core 2 Extreme X9000 to deliver an increase in executable instructions with less strain on the CPU. The processor features 6M of shared L2 cache and an 800 MHz front-side bus so users can do even more on their Area-51 m15x laptops.

The laptop also supports up to 4G of DDR2 memory, dual hard drives and an NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX graphics adapter.

http://www.alienware.com

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