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State of the LAN Party IV

Note from Lionel: For folks that haven't seen Jose's previous State of the LAN Party entries, check out part I, part II and part III. We saw how the LAN party evolved with new technology and how it inspired Alienware and how Alienware helped change the look of … READ MORE

Jose Laraque October 12, 2009

State of the LAN Party III

Welcome to part three of State of the LAN Party. If you missed them, take a look at part 1 and part 2 posts. Everyone thought that growing older, getting married and having kids would be the only thing to bring an end to the LAN party. While … READ MORE

Jose Laraque September 24, 2009

Power and Portability: Hands-on with the Alienware M15x

If you're interested in gaming, I bet you're already reading about Intel's latest technology. You might have seen some of the buzz about new products from Alienware. Today, the Alienware M15x has landed for customers in the United States and many countries around the world. I wanted to … READ MORE

Jose Laraque September 23, 2009

State of the LAN Party II

In case you missed part 1, check it out here. Thousands of led lights flashing and blinking illuminate the otherwise dark room at the LAN party. At first glance you might think everyone is playing on a uniformed system, but with a simple question; what kind of rig … READ MORE

Jose Laraque September 11, 2009

State of the LAN Party – Part 1

A good friend of mine asked me what would become of LAN parties with so many people having access to high-speed internet and online games like, World of Warcraft. To answer his question I thought back to when I first arrived in Miami. I did not know anyone … READ MORE

Jose Laraque September 7, 2009

Backup has arrived

A true gamer needs four things, a quick mind, a sharp eye, skills and a kicking rig. You will need to provide the first three, but Alienware's got you covered on the fourth. Any player, noob to pro, will tell you that having the right system can make … READ MORE

Jose Laraque September 2, 2009

Behold, the invasion comes!

Gamers are visual and hands on. We do the research and we know what we want, but nothing beats seeing what we want first hand. Sure, you can buy anything online, even a car, and ninety-nine percent of the time it will arrive perfectly to your door. However, … READ MORE

Jose Laraque July 20, 2009
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