Dell's new product lineup on display at CES this week includes a new "ultra-mobile" gaming laptop from Alienware.
The Alienware M11x is an 11-inch system with "all the power of a 15-inch laptop" that boasts HD 720p resolution. Dells says it's "as easy to carry as it is powerful" -- but they neglect to mention in the press release how much it weighs or how much it costs. Reports from the Dell press conference that took place this morning quote Dell as saying it will be below $1,000.
If 11-inches aren't enough for you, Dell also has new M15x and M17x models coming out for $1,399 and $1,799 respectively. The M17x features Intel Core i7 processors, which should allow you to max out the settings in most PC games.
Lastly on the PC gaming front, Dell unveiled a 23-inch Alienware OptX AW2310 monitor that features stereoscopic 3D. The monitor provides in-game 3D through NVIDIA 3D Vision technology (think Metro 2033); however, it's sold separately from NVIDIA at $499.
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