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Alienware X51 Small_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_alienwarex51 Small_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_alienwarex51a Medium_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_alienwarex51 Posted on Wed, 18 Jan 2012 12:00:00 AM UTC         
 
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The Alienware X51 isn’t the biggest gaming PC the Dell-owned company has ever unveiled, nor the fastest, but it’s arguably the biggest challenge to traditional consoles to-date. Packing a full PC into a Xbox-scale chassis, the X51 promises to turn its hand to everything from the latest FPS, high-def multimedia playback and even mundane Office tasks. As the central hub for a smart home, that could be enough to edge it ahead of gaming heavyweights like the PS3 and Xbox 360.

Pricing will remain the big differentiator, at least for the moment. The X51 kicks off at $699, though that’s with a Core i3 processor; figure on spending $1,149 upwards if you want a Core i7 chip instead, and we’ve a feeling most hardcore gamers will.

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<span>$</span>700 - <span>$</span>1,150 BUY

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