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14 December 2015

Lenovo Ideapad 100S Review


  • Pros

    • Low price
    • Lightweight and attractive
    • Good-size keyboard
    • Decent sound
  • Cons

    • Just 32GB of built-in storage, with 17GB available to the user
    • Screen colors aren't vivid, and resolution is just adequate

Quick Take

The Lenovo Ideapad 100S is lightweight and attractive with a very usable keyboard, making it a surprisingly good budget laptop. Its Atom processor is only up to light duty, however.

Many people, from schoolkids to soccer moms, need a computer that’s not too heavy or too expensive, like the Ideapad 100S. This is a lightweight, budget laptop for casual use: only 2.2 pounds, $199.99, and it runs Windows 10 on an Intel Atom processor. We recently reviewed the Lenovo 100S Chromebook that uses Google’s Chrome OS instead of Windows, but we suspect the majority of our readers will be more interested in the Windows 10 version of this budget laptop.
Is it inexpensive or just cheap? Read on to find out.
Lenovo 100s front
The Lenovo Ideapad 100S runs Windows 10 for just $200.

Build and Design

This device doesn’t really feel like a budget notebook. It’s very light, and just 0.7 in. thick, but it doesn’t feel flimsy. Instead, it comes across as a well built product, even though its entire exterior is plastic. That said, it also doesn’t feel like it would survive real punishment. For example, it will ride nicely in a backpack, as long as it isn’t stuffed in there with 50 pounds of textbooks.
Lenovo offers the Ideapad 100S in blue, red, grey, and white. The finish on our red review unit is matte, so it doesn’t show fingerprints, which helps make it look like a quality device. The color is bright without being too garish.
The hinges are firm enough to hold the display steady, and they support 180 degrees of rotation, so the Ideapad 100S can be laid out flat. This isn’t a convertible though, so the keyboard can’t be folded behind the screen.
The power button is just above and to the left of the keyboard, and is just about the only external part of this laptop that made of metal. Next to it are LEDs to indicate power and charging.


There is a pair of USB ports on the right side. These are USB 2.0, so they max out at 60 MB/s. By contrast, devices with USB 3.0 ports have a max data transfer speed of about 5 GB/s. The USB ports in the Ideapad 100S are fast enough for everyday use, just as long as that don’t involve moving around huge video files.
ports leftports right
On the left side is a microSD memory card slot, which is likely to see a lot of use, as this laptop comes with just 32GB of built-in storage. We tested this device with a 64GB card without problems.
Also on the left edge is an HDMI video-out port, allowing this device to be used with an external monitor. In our tests, this function performed as expected. The headset port and power port are on this same edge. Rather than the new USB Type C, the Ideapad 100S uses a traditional barrel plug for power.

Display and Speakers

This notebook has an 11.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768, which results in a low pixel density of 135 pixels per inch. Text doesn’t appear obviously pixelated, but neither is it the kind of crystal clarity offered by high-resolution displays. Displays of this size are barely adequate for running two applications side-by-side, like the Edge web browser and Microsoft Word.
Lenovo had to cut some corners in order to keep the cost of this device below $200, and colors on this screen are washed out, not vivid. Cranking the backlight up all the way helps a bit, but that’s hard on the battery. On the other hand, a matte finish means it’s not too reflective — a nice touch. As with most budget laptops that use low-cost TN display panels, the optimal viewing angles are very narrow; you won’t want to watch Netflix on this laptop unless the screen is directly in front of you.
screen frontscreen side
screen forwardscreen back
There’s a pair of speakers set below the display. These have Dolby Advanced Audio Certification, and offer decent if not outstanding performance. They are up to the job of providing audio for video playing on this device, or to play music while typing.
The keyboard on the Ideapad 100S is small but feels nice.
The keyboard on the Ideapad 100S is small but feels nice.

Keyboard and Trackpad

The keyboard in the Ideapad 100S is 10 inches wide — desktop keyboards are about 11.25 inches — but it’s easily large enough for comfortable touch typing. There’s good key separation and adequate key travel. It’s in a standard QWERTY layout with six rows of keys, including a top row with function keys that can also be used to control the audio volume, adjust the screen backlight brightness, and more.
This keyboard isn’t particularly quiet, but it does feel a bit better than a $200 price tag would imply.
At 3.25 x 1.7 inches, the trackpad is large enough to be useful, and it is quite responsive. The same is true of the two dedicated control buttons that are attached beneath it.


The Lenovo Ideapad 100S is built around a 1.33 GHz quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor, with 2GB of RAM. That’s a configuration for light duty and not anything overly demanding. Still, what do you expect for $199.99?
In our tests, we found this notebook up to the basic tasks we asked of it, such as opening multiple browser windows, playing video from a microSD card, and word processing. It would slow down a bit handling very complicated web sites with streaming HD video, but it got the job done.
This laptop uses a 32GB eMMC as its primary storage, which is essentially the same thing as a SD card, except it’s not removable. This means there’s no spinning hard disk, which is nice, but it also means that there’s just not very much storage available. Out of the box, about 15GB of this space is taken up by the operating system. This means that adding capacity through a microSD card or the OneDrive cloud service is almost certainly going to be necessary.
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Budget specs mean the Ideapad 100S delivers typical budget laptop performance.


The Lenovo Ideapad 100s we reviewed has this configuration:
  • OS: Windows 10 Home
  • CPU: 1.33 GHz quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail)
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Storage: 32GB eMMC
  • Screen: 11.6-inch, 1,366 x 768 matte TN LED display
  • Ports: 2 x USB 2.0, HDMI-out, microSD, audio combo jack
  • Connectivity: 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 (Low Energy)
  • Cameras: 0.3MP webcam with dual-microphone
  • Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Size: 11.5 x 7.95 x 0.69 inches (W X H X D)

Benchmark Scores

wPrime processor comparisons (lower scores mean better performance):

PCMark8 Home (Accelerated) measures overall system performance for general activities from web browsing and video streaming to typing documents and playing games (higher scores mean better performance):

PCMark8 Work (Accelerated) measures overall system performance in Windows 8 for work-related productivity tasks (higher scores mean better performance):

3DMark 11 is a benchmark that measures overall graphics card performance for gaming (higher scores mean better performance):

CrystalDiskmark storage drive performance test:
Lenov idepad 100 cdm 1


The Ideapad 100S comes with Windows 10 Home. Those who haven’t tried this version yet will find it to be easier to use on a laptop that Windows 8. It’s quite reminiscent of Windows 7, but has some nice new features, like very fast boot times: about 35 seconds, in our tests.
This notebook comes with a free 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal. In addition to giving access to the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more, one terabyte of OneDrive storage is also included. Considering how little built-in storage this computer offers, this is likely to come in very handy. After a year, an annual subscription is $69.99.


The 0.3 megapixel front-facing webcam is usable for video chatting, but it has a resolution of just 640 x 480. Even phones offer better than that.

Battery Life

According to Lenovo, the Ideapad 100S will last for 8 hours on a single charge. On our real world use of this device, we found that to be a realistic claim. This laptop does’t have great performance, but it’s easy on its battery. As for the results from the Powermark synthetic benchmark, our tests show the battery inside Ideapad 100s drains extremely fast if you’re stressing the system with more demanding tasks like video playback and rendering modern games. This is the kind of battery life we’ve come to expect from low-priced laptops that are designed to be “secondary use” or “travel” laptops instead of serving as your main PC.
Powermark battery life benchmark (higher score means longer battery life):


The days when inexpensive Windows laptops were heavy and ugly are behind us. The Lenovo Ideapad 100S is very portable and easy on the wallet. No one is going to mistake it for a high-end model, but it’s surprisingly good for a budget one.
Its strengths are its lightweight form factor, nicely sized keyboard, and good battery life. It’s display is adequate, and so is its performance, as long as it’s not asked to do too much. It’s main weakness is a real lack of built-in storage,
The Ideapad 100S competes fairly well against devices like the Asus Transformer Book T100HA that have similar specs. The Transformer Book costs almost twice as much, but it’s a convertible which bumps up the price.
Those who would like this notebook more if it had a larger screen should check out the Lenovo Ideapad 100, which sports a 14.1-inch screen.

Lenovo 100s front 


  • Low price
  • Lightweight and attractive
  • Good-size keyboard
  • Decent sound


  • Just 32GB of built-in storage, with 17GB available to the user
  • Screen colors aren’t vivid, and resolution is just adequate

READ MORE - Lenovo Ideapad 100S Review

21 September 2012

Dell Unveils new Latitude 10 Tablet, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook and OptiPlex 9010 AIO Desktop with Touch

I know lots of you were interested in Dell’s upcoming XPS products that we unveiled a few weeks ago at IFA in Berlin. Today we shared some details on two new Latitude mobile products—the new Latitude 6430u Ultrabook and the Latitude 10 tablet. We also unveiled on an upcoming touch-enabled version of our OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One desktop.
With these new offerings, we aimed to design innovative products that inject consumer appeal to systems for business users. All these products are rooted in things that matter to companies: security, manageability and durability. That means businesses can deploy them with confidence.
All three of these products will be available for order when Windows 8 launches. Lionel and team will blog more about these products when we get closer to availability here on Direct2Dell.
For now, here are some details on each of these new products:

Dell Latitude 10 Tablet

The 10-inch Latitude 10 tablet will be based on an upcoming Atom processor design from Intel. It will run Windows 8 Pro and also features two user-replaceable battery options. It’s built to withstand the rigors of work with a magnesium alloy frame and Corning Gorilla Glass. The optional docking station enables in-office, desktop-like productivity. Beyond the swappable battery, it also offers a full-size USB port for simple plug-and-play with external storage, printers and other peripherals, as well as an industry standard micro-USB charging port for easy on-the-go charging.  Mobile users can connect and collaborate with co-workers via mobile broadband, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi options, front and rear webcams, and an integrated microphone.

Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 Pro tabletDell Latitude 10 Windows 8 Pro tablet 

The Latitude 10 is designed to integrate into any business environment. IT pros can manage it the same way as other traditional PCs in the environment using existing management solutions, such as Dell KACE appliances or SCCM.  Because it runs Windows 8 Pro, it supports both the Windows 8 touch and app experience along with legacy Windows applications that you’re used to running on a Windows PC. Beyond that, it supports solid security features like TPM management, an optional smartcard and fingerprint reader as well as Dell Data Protection | Encryption options.

Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook

The Latitude 6430u is built with large and mid-size organizations in mind and strikes the balance between appeal and corporate needs with the combination of security, manageability and durability with a thin, highly-mobile form factor and striking design aesthetic. The new laptop is highly secure with Dell Data Protection | Encryption, TPM, optional smartcard and fingerprint reader and offers the industry’s best manageability with Intel vPro technology and Dell unique extensions, as well as a full suite of business-class services including Dell Configuration Services, Dell ProSupport, Dell Deployment and Dell ImageDirect.

Dell 6430u Ultrabook 
Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook

The 14-inch Latitude 6430u is built for durability—it’s the only Ultrabook currently designed to meet rigorous United States Military MIL-STD-810G testing standards. The new design boasts a magnesium alloy chassis wrapped with soft touch paint, worry-free spill-resistant keyboard and protective LCD seal and a fast solid state drive. This business laptop is designed for Windows 8 is powered by 3rd generation Intel Core i3, i5 & i7 processors all in a design is just 0.82” thick and 3.7 pounds.
The new Latitude 6430u offers all kinds of connectivity features including wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.0 and mobile broadband options. Other useful business features include a back-lit keyboard, VGA and HDMI ports and integrated microphone and HD Webcam for video conferencing and Intel Smart and Rapid Start technologies for fast access to data and to stay on top while on the road.  The Latitude 6430u is the first Ultrabook in the Latitude line.

Dell OptiPlex 9010

The sleek OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One was designed to enable productivity while preserving desk space—with an integrated power supply, VESA mounting, and optional wireless mouse and keyboard.

Dell OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One Desktop

To optimize business users’ Windows 8 experience, the 23-inch OptiPlex 9010 features an optional multipoint touchscreen, a fixed or rotating camera, and an articulating stand for additional flexibility. It is powered by Intel 2nd or 3rd generation Core VPro processors. Beyond that, the OptiPlex 9010 offers easy access USB 3.0 ports for fast data transfer and native external digital monitor support with HDMI and VGA ports.
READ MORE - Dell Unveils new Latitude 10 Tablet, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook and OptiPlex 9010 AIO Desktop with Touch

30 July 2012

Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 Review

When Lenovo launched the IdeaPad line of consumer laptops back in 2008 more than a few people dismissed the IdeaPads as little more than than a cheaper alternative to Lenovo's popular ThinkPad line of business notebooks. True, the IdeaPads have more plastic than their ThinkPad cousins and there are no business-friendly features like docking station connectors or slice batteries. But the IdeaPad line was never designed for the world of business ... these laptops are meant to serve as affordable family and student PCs.

Build and Design
The IdeaPad Z580 doesn't look like a typical budget notebook with its sleek brushed aluminum palm rest and lid. The design is quite detailed too; I like the fancy speaker grille above the keyboard and the touchpad's beveled edge.

Like most Lenovo notebooks, the build quality is again surprisingly good for a budget laptop. The chassis is stiff and no ripples show up on the screen when you press in on lid from behind. Ideally a notebook's internal parts should be subjected to as little flex as possible so they can last a long time; flex is bad for circuit boards. Thankfully, the Z580 feels very solid for a consumer laptop in this price range ($500-$750). Attention to detail is another positive aspect of this notebook; there are no rough or unfinished edges.
Users looking to upgrade the Z580 will find easy access to the storage drive, RAM and wireless card through a single access panel on the bottom of the notebook. The battery is also user-replaceable.

nput and Output Ports The Z580 has a respectable array of input/output ports including two USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and a media card reader. It lacks an ExpressCard slot, eSATA and DisplayPort. Still, you would be hard pressed to find a budget-priced, 15-inch consumer laptop with ExpressCard slot and DisplayPort so we can't complain too much.

Front: Status lights, media card reader

Back: Battery pack

Left: Kensington lock slot, cooling exhaust vent, VGA, Ethernet, HDMI, 2x USB 3.0

Right: Headphone and microphone jacks, USB 2.0, tray-load DVD burner, USB 2.0, AC power jack

Keyboard and Touchpad
Lenovo's 'Chiclet' style keyboards are amongst the best out there in terms of feel. The Z580's keys have plenty of travel and are able to provide ample tactile feedback. The keys make pleasant clicking sounds which add to the feedback. The keyboard feels solid with zero flex. The layout is good; all the keys are in their expected positions; the only nuance is that the keys on the number pad are about 2/3 the size, which takes some getting used to. Keyboard backlighting is not available on the Z580.

Keyboard and Touchpad
Lenovo's 'Chiclet' style keyboards are amongst the best out there in terms of feel. The Z580's keys have plenty of travel and are able to provide ample tactile feedback. The keys make pleasant clicking sounds which add to the feedback. The keyboard feels solid with zero flex. The layout is good; all the keys are in their expected positions; the only nuance is that the keys on the number pad are about 2/3 the size, which takes some getting used to. Keyboard backlighting is not available on the Z580.
The oversized touchpad is actually a clickpad with a press-able surface. While I still prefer a traditional touchpad with separate buttons, this clickpad is actually quite good; it doesn't take too much effort to push down and it has an excellent smooth surface. The clicks are a bit louder than I prefer but that's my only real complaint.
Screen and Speakers
The Z580's 15.6-inch display is as generic as they come. It has the lowest resolution available on a modern notebook, 1366x768; this means you'll be doing a lot of scrolling in web pages and using two windows side-by-side is impractical. The display's glossy surface is also impractical as there are a lot of reflections in well-lit areas. The quality of the display is poor; it needs a serious saturation boost as colors look lifeless; contrast isn't impressive either.
Viewing angles are narrow and result in almost immediate color distortion when tilting the display back and forth. At this price point this kind of display is expected but not welcomed; we'd prefer at least a 1600x900 resolution. I look forward to the day when 1366x768 disappears.
There are two stereo speakers located above the keyboard; despite the "Dolby Home Theater" badge they're more or less typical notebook speakers: tinny sound, almost no bass and a tendency to distort quickly at higher volume levels. The audio is somewhat adjustable via the Dobly Home Theater software interface but there is only so much you can squeeze out of small speakers.

READ MORE - Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 Review

13 December 2011

Specifications Asus Notebooks G51J


Processor                    :Intel® Core™ i7 820QM/720QM Processor
Operating System    Genuine Windows® 7 Ultimate Genuine Windows®   7 Home Premium This version contains all product updates (SP1)
 Chipset                        :Intel® PM55 Express Chipset 
 Memory                      :DDR3 1066 MHz SDRAM, 2 x SO-DIMM socket for expansion up to         
                                      4G SDRAM
 Display                       :15.6" 16:9 Full HD (1920x1080) LED Backlight 
 Graphic                      :NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 260M with 1GB DDR3 VRAM 
 Storage                       :2.5" SATA
                                     500GB 5400rpm/7200rpm
                                     320GB 5400rpm/7200rpm                
                                       250GB 5400rpm
                                     Dual HDD Support
 Optical Drive             :Blu-Ray DVD Combo Super-Multi DVD 
 Card Reader              :8 -in-1 card reader ( SDXC/ MS/ MS Pro/ MS Duo/ MMC) 
 Camera                      :2.0 Mega Pixel web camera
Networking                :Integrated 802.11 b/g/n
                                     Built-in Bluetooth™ V2.1+EDR (Optional) 10/100/1000 Base T
Interface                     :1 x Microphone-in jack
                                     2 x Headphone-out jack (1 x SPDIF)
                                     4 x USB 2.0 port(s)
                                     1 x IEEE 1394 port
                                     1 x RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert
                                     1 x HDMI
                                     1 x E-SATA (USB2.0 Combo) Ports
Audio                          :EAX Advanced HD 4.0
                                     Altec Lansing® Speakers
                                     Creative Audigy HD
Battery                       :6Cells : 4800 mAh
                                     9Cells : 7200 mAh
Power Adapter           :Output:19 V DC, 4.74 A, 120 W
                                     Input :100 -240 V AC, 50/60 Hz universal
Dimensions                 :37.5 x 26.5 x 3.43 ~4.06 cm (WxDxH)
Weight                        :3.30 kg (with 6 cell battery)

READ MORE - Specifications Asus Notebooks G51J

12 December 2011

Asus Notebooks Gaming Powerhouse G51J

G51J Ignite True-to-life Battles
  •     Immersive Gaming Experience Powered by NVIDIA for the Best Visual Entertainment
  •     Power4Gear Hybrid Adjusts CPU Performance to Suit Prevailing Gaming Needs
  •     3D Audio with EAX Advanced HD 4.0 for Immersive Gaming Experience
  •     Intelligent Backlit Chiclet Gaming Keyboard for Dimmed Lighting Conditions
  •     Latest Intel® Core™ i7 Processor for Incredible Gaming and Processing Speeds

True-to-life Graphics 
Powered by a dedicated NVIDIA® GeForce™ GTX 260M graphics card and NVIDIA’s PhysX Technology, the ASUS G51 offers users a completely new class of physical gaming interaction for a more realistic and dynamic experience. The NVIDIA® GeForce™ GTX260M also features 1GB DDR3 VRAM, which performs significantly better than the standard DDR2 video memory. With a 3DMark score of 10648** the performance of the ASUS G51 is a leap from the other 15 or 16-inch mainstream notebooks that produce scores ranging from 2000 to 3000.

 CPU Performance Level Up with Power4 Gear Hybrid 
The ASUS G51 features ASUS exclusive “Power4 Gear Hybrid” technology, which allows users to boost their system performance with an intuitive user interface for that extra grunt by simply selecting “Extreme Turbo” Mode. It also provides other power profiles that empowers users with the ability to adjust their power usage to better suit their prevailing tasks.

 Latest Intel Core i7 processor for Extreme Performance 
More than just a gaming rig, the ASUS G51J features the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processor for mind-blowing processing speeds, as well as enhanced multimedia enjoyment.
Experience Immersive Audio Entertainment 
The ASUS G51 support 3D gaming surround audio in the form of EAX Advanced HD 4.0 audio technology. It will detect in-game environments and actions to provide corresponding 3D sound effects. It can provide up to an additional 64 sound effects from the sound library, producing ultra-realistic spatial effects in more than 300 supported games. CMSS provides advanced immersive surround sound for stereo, along with built-in Altec Lansing® speakers for a truly realistic gaming experience that only the G51 can provide.

Reign Supreme Even in the Face of Darkness with Illuminated Chiclet Keyboard
The ASUS G51 is equipped with an illuminating chiclet keyboard, which intelligently detects its environment for dimmed lighting conditions, and enables gamers to control the brightness of the keyboard to cater to their needs. It provides gamers an added advantage over their opponent, and allows them to continue to dominate even in the dark, such as an all-nighter LAN party environment.

A Powerful and Fast Gaming Notebook That Looks The Part
Sporting 'racing flames' on it's lid, the ASUS G51J epitomizes the spirit of both aggressive gaming, as well as the desire for speed.

READ MORE - Asus Notebooks Gaming Powerhouse G51J

27 November 2011

Alienware M18X Gaming Laptop

The Best Mobile Gaming Experience in the Universe
Attention to Detail: Crank up your in-game settings (AA/AF/Shadows) to experience every single aspect of the game without sacrificing performance.
With up to 4GB of GDDR5 graphics memory, you'll have more graphics muscle than most desktop gaming rigs.
If you demand even more power, select a dual-graphics solution powered by either NVIDIA® SLI™ or AMD CrossFireX™ technology.
High Definition Visuals: With the available 18.4" Full HD (1920x1080) backlit WLED display,
you'll be able to crank up resolution on your favorite games or multimedia.
Relentless Power
Get desktop performance in a laptop-sized package. It's the ultimate unfair advantage:
the Alienware M18x laptop delivers the power you need to obliterate anyone or anything that stands in your way.

Alienware M18X High Performance Laptop

Overclocked to Overpower: Overpower your online enemies by upgrading to a factory-overclocked
 Intel® Quad Core™ i7 Extreme CPU to 4.0GHz featuring Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 for powerful performance and lightning speed.

Advanced Memory Options: The Alienware™ M18x laptop comes locked and loaded with up to 32GB of DDR3 RAM3
 at speeds up to 1600MHz for the ultimate multitasking experience.

New Hybrid Hard Drives: It's a win-win situation for every gamer: the SSD performance you crave, with the HDD capacity you need.
 Are you looking for the colossus of hard drive options? Select an optional dual RAID 0 configuration for extreme performance.

One-stop Gaming and Entertainment Center
Go beyond gaming! Whether you want to watch movies, listen to music or connect with friends,
the Alienware™ M18x lets you turn your gaming laptop into a home theater system, anytime you please.
Watch, Play, Connect: Hook up any compatible device with an HDMI output to your Alienware M18x or catch your favorite shows with an optional TV tuner and remote4.
Go Big: Enjoy intense 3D gaming by connecting to a compatible 3D TV via HDMI 1.4 or ditch the wires entirely.
With optional Wireless HD you can wirelessly blast 3D or Full HD games to any 3D-ready device.
3D viewing requires additional equipment, sold separately5.
Big Sound, Small Speakers: Get more immersive gaming experience than you ever expected from a laptop with audio powered by Klipsch®.
Or, wake the neighbors with support for up to 7.1 Surround Sound Audio.

Control and personalize your system from the user-friendly Alienware Command Center.

AlienFX™ Lighting Controls:
Show your attitude! Choose from an array of color and transition effects and assign them to distinct zones, including the keyboard, touchpad and more.

 AlienFusion™ Power Management:
You decide when you need maximum performance, or when to scale back power for less intensive applications.

 AlienTouch™ Touchpad Controls:Customize your touchpad’s sensitivity to prevent accidental contact, and activate virtual scrolling to enable vertical and horizontal scrolling with just a touch.

AlienTactX™ Macro Key Controls:Let your keys do the clobbering. M18x comes with 5 programmable keyboard keys, for up to 15 distinct functions per application.

Pre-Loaded and Ready to Own: Steam®, the popular digital distribution gaming software,
can be pre-installed on your Alienware M18x laptop. Opt to have Eve Online,
the popular sci-fi MMO, preinstalled as well so you can stop wasting time and start playing!
Mark of the Conqueror: Laser cut and etched in metal for all time — your Alienware laptop comes with a custom engraved name plate
 Mark your M18x with your name, clan, nickname or a threat of dismemberment to anyone that touches your system.
READ MORE - Alienware M18X Gaming Laptop