If you have been dreaming to own one of the mean gaming desktop or notebooks from Alienware, Black Friday might be the best bet to get a great deal on one.
Alienware just informed us that they will offer a $200 instant discount when you buy the Area 51 m17x Notebook or the Area 51 790i Desktop.
On the purchase of the Area-51 m15x (read our new review) you still get $100 discount. The Alienware deals are valid from Wednesday 26th until December 2nd.
The Area 51 m17x uses Intel Core 2 Extreme processors and NVIDIAGeForce 8800M GTX graphics in SLI mode. The machine also has a 500GB HDD and can be optioned with up to 1.5TB of storage.
Additionally Alienware has Free Shipping on all orders from now through 12/31/08.
More details on Alienware.
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