The Area 51 m15x notebook is latest in a long line of quality portable computers from boutique manufacturer Alienware. The m15x is also one of the most powerful notebook computers we ever had the pleasure to review. Of course, we couldn't resist cracking open the m15x to see what makes it tick.
Stealth MacBook Pro by ColorWare Date Released: 2009 Price: $6,000 Like luxury king Stuart Hughes, ColorWare is also leading in the bespoke opulent electronic devices, and the company has been busy pumping out blinged-out gadgets that only the rich can afford.
6 Voodoo Envy H171 Price: $8,500 Manufacturer: Voodoo. The fact that this laptop comes in 24 different designs makes it all the more appealing to look at, although it's already one of the best looking laptops on this list. Its screen is impressively big at 17 inches - in fact, everything about it is big.
So revving on to the car branded laptop scene is now the king of luxury cars: The Bentley. Priced at $19,943, the Ego Bentley is hand made and the exterior is clad in "the finest selection of Bentley leather" and is finished with authentic Bentley cross-over hand stitching.
The Tulip E-Go Diamond notebook is inlaid with solid palladium white gold plates in which thousands (80 carats) of top-quality, brilliant cut diamonds have been pave set with surgical precision. The magnificent end result also incorporates a unique square cut ruby set in both Tulip logos and costs 283,000 Euros (US$355,000).
There are many laptops in this price range, but we chose the Acer Ferrari 1100 as one of the cheaper models in our list due to its affiliation with the sports cars manufacturing company. Ferrari collaborated with Acer to create this gorgeous laptop.
Dell is a very famous brand of electronics in the world, and they have a large range in laptops in different price ranges with best and latest technology. Dell has a large range of laptops that are slim and made with latest features. Some big offers are also on different laptops that make them less expensive and more affordable for everyone.
The successor to the overhyped, HD DVD-ROM-equipped Qosmio G35-AV650 media center laptop, Toshiba's Qosmio G35-AV660 makes a promising second attempt. The successor to the overhyped, HD DVD-ROM-equipped Qosmio G35-AV650, Toshiba's Qosmio G35-AV660 makes a promising second attempt.
Alienware area 51 m15x – $5,000 If you are looking for a sophisticated and fast laptop, then you can choose Alienware area 51 m15x. It provides you with high speed thanks to what it has as there is an Intel Core-2 extreme and a powerful RAM.
15-16 inch is a standard display size for laptops and offers the biggest variety of products. » To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List. 5.3 kg: This weight is representative for typical laptops with a 14-16 inch display-diagonal. Rock: Rock is a British laptop manufacturer and focusses the UK market. 80%: This rating is not convincing.
Voodoo, a company hell-bent on out-spec'ing the competition, today announced that its ENVY H:171 has "set new standards for performance notebooks." While we can't completely trust everything some big PC manufacturer says, we can tell you that the 17-inch, widescreen laptop does flash some pretty robust specs.
Let's take a break from ultra cheap mini-notebooks and even the world's cheapest laptop (aka the RazorBook) and focus on a laptop that doesn't only cost as much as a car, but is also car branded. Enter the Ego Bentley. Ego Lifestyle is known for making ultra chic, luxury notebooks.
Voodoo Envy 171 Date Released: 2007 Price: $6,500 When HP launched its own higher-priced laptops, it was under the umbrella of the name Voodoo. One of the laptops released was the Voodoo Envy 171, which was geared towards designers who required a work horse, instead of a regular laptop.
BYTE wrote in February 1983 after previewing the Lisa that it was "the most important development in computers in the last five years, easily outpacing [the IBM PC]". It acknowledged that the $9,995 price was high, and concluded "Apple ... is not unaware that most people would be incredibly interested in a similar but less expensive machine.
7. 1979 Cromemco System Three – $12,495. One of the key innovators in the computer world during the 70s and 80s was Cromemco, which was founded by two doctoral students at Stanford. They not only made strides in developing peripherals and graphic cards, but cameras and joysticks as well.
5. 1975 IBM Portable Computer – $19,975. If you’re looking at the price and wondering what type of incredible technology existed back in the mid-70s to warrant such an expensive price tag, know that the 1975 IBM Portable Computer cost what it did because it was the first “mini computer”.
ROG Zephyrus is a revolutionary gaming laptop born from ROG's persistent dedication to innovation. Despite being thinner than all previous ROG laptops, it has the hardware to rival high-end gaming desktops: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 graphics, a 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processor, an optional 120Hz wide-view display, and Windows 10 Pro.
ROG Strix GL702ZC is the world's first gaming laptop featuring the AMD Ryzen™ 7 processor. Combining the sheer power of AMD's revolutionary Ryzen platform with ROG's gaming design legacy, ROG Strix GL702ZC is designed to deliver amazing performance to satisfy the needs of hard-core gamers and users with demanding, multimedia-heavy workloads.
Overall, the Razer Blade Pro is a great laptop for gaming and works well as a powerful workstation. Unfortunately, the price of the device is the biggest barrier to adoption. The Xbox One X offers similar performance at a fraction of the cost, but the Razer Blade Pro offers more control over a game.