Alienware’s M17x Nebula Red Special Edition Has Landed!

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There's something about red. It's a color that brings out the power and excitement in many products. Did you know some insurance companies use to charge you more if your car was red? Their reason? It brings out the fire in us, giving us a charge to get the heart racing. In gaming, red equals dead, be it in World of Warcraft, player versus player or the laser sight from an MP5 in Call of Duty 4.

Is it any surprise that Alienware, the company that brought you the All Powerful M17x is releasing a Nebula Red – Special Edition – Anodized Aluminum version of their fire hot system? We already know about the speed and power this dream rig has and now with additional color options gamers will have yet another change to stun their friends and opponent alike, online and off. 

I have to say the new color looks sweet and this is coming from a guy who loves the color black. Take a look at this set on the Dell Flickr page to see what I am talking about. I think Rob Enderle over at Digital Trends said it best, "If there was ever a laptop that puts lust in the hearts of both engineers and gamers, the M17x is it."

A mere $99 extra dollars will allow you to upgrade and be the first on your block to have this special edition. Join us and learn more about the M17x and our multitude of configuration and customization options at www.alienware.com.

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  • toshiedo

    How come Dell is advertising Alienware? It must be a subsidiary…

    James
    http://www.toshiedo.com.au

  • Lionel_Menchaca

    James: Sorry for the delay… Dell acquired Alienware back in 2006.