ET deals: $200 off Alienware 14 Core i7 gaming laptop with GT 750M graphics
Alienware laptops have long had a reputation for elite gaming machines, with high resolution displays, dedicated graphics, and tons of processing power always coming standard. On sale right now with a coupon, you can save a hefty sum off the most portable of the bunch in the Alienware 14.
Let’s start with the specs: You’re getting a fourth-gen Haswell Core i7-4700MQ quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, a 750GB 7200RPM Hard Drive, 1GB GeForce 750M discrete graphics, and a 1080p anti-glare display, giving you all the power under the hood you need to run games smoothly and enjoy them with a solid FPS. Of course, the cost of all this hardware is that it’s not quite as portable as most other 14-inch laptops at 6.1 pounds (2.7kg).
Dell’s Alienware 14 comes loaded with connectivity options, none more important than the ping-friendly Killer NIC 1202 802.11n WiFi card. It also boasts HDMI 1.4, Mini-DisplayPort, three USB 3.0 ports, a 7-in-1 card reader, Bluetooth 4.0 and gigabit Ethernet. Whatever your network or display situation, the Alienware 14 should have you covered.
There are a few other ways that Alienware’s gaming focus comes through besides just the power under the hood, too. You’ll be able to customize the lighting of the 4-Zone, multi-color keyboard with AlienFX, part of the Alienware Command Center. The chassis is built with a magnesium alloy frame and anodized aluminum shell, and to top it all off it comes with a laser-engraved nameplate.
Right now we’ve spotted a model on sale that, when all the savings is added up, essentially gives you a Core i7 model for around $ 50 than Dell normally charges for a Core i5 model, a great value for an upgrade of that caliber.
Click here to view the Alienware 14 gaming laptop deal. Apply coupon code 1PBNCDBWQLQD95 in shopping cart for total $ 200 savings.
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