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Dell introduces Streak 7, Venue, XPS and Alienware laptops with Full HD 3D display at CES 2011

Dell XPS 17

The new Dell XPS 17 features a 3D-capable high-definition display, JBL sound, an integrated subwoofer and HD video streaming with Skype. It is also equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M graphics card to deliver an impressive entertainment experience; 3D viewing requires NVIDIA NVision 3D glasses that is sold separately. In addition, you can connect the XPS laptop to a compatible 3D HDTV and enjoy 3D Blu-ray disc playback or play popular PC games in stereoscopic 3D.

Dell Alienware M17x

The M17x is Alienware’s first 3D-capable gaming laptop that boasts realistic, lifelike, mobile gaming experience on a 17-inch display. With its available full HD 120Hz 3D display, the new M17x offers eye-popping stereoscopic viewing for today’s most realistic gaming and mind-blowing 3D Blu-ray movie  experiences. On top of that, Alienware also introduced new models of its Aurora system, microATX desktop PCs with full 3D HD capability and liquid-cooled CPUs.

Pricing & Availability

– Alienware M17x, starts at US$1,499, 10 January 2011 (varies by region)

– Alienware Aurora, starts at US$1,799, 10 January 2011 (varies by region)

– 3D Capable XPS 17, starts at US$1,449, 1 February 2011 (varies by region)

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