Dell’s Twin 17

 Over the past couple of days, there have been significant announcements and officially revelations of some of the most expected gadgets in the coming year. Out of nowhere, Dell has announced a couple of cool laptops that come with the much hyped about 3D technology. The 3D technology has been quite talked about in the previous year and was seen in various TVs and screens. It is the first time that it is coming to the laptops for some gaming action and 3D movie watching. One of the two laptops is from Dell’s XPS and for the first time, Dell has gone for the 17″inch XPS and the other one is the Dell’s own gaming series Alienware laptops that is sure to be one rocker of a gaming laptop with 3D effects.

 

Dell XPS 17 3D

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The new 17″inch 3D compatible XPS laptop will one more the XPS series that has been packed with quite a lot of features like JBL Surround Sound system, an in-built sub woofer and a crystal clear high resolution display that makes watching movies close to reality. One feature that will be first seen in this laptop is that it will be the first Dell laptop to have support for 3D vision in both the display as well as the graphics card. The graphics card used here is the NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M. The processor will be Intel’s i7 Core from Intel Sandy Bridge Platform.

 

Dell Alienware M17x

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The updated version of the M17 promises to deliver real 3D experience for the players with native support for 3D in display as well as the graphics core. Like the previous one, it will have the processor from Intel’s Core i7 and from the Intel Sandy Bridge Platform. With this laptop, Dell engineers have guaranteed that there will be superb gaming experience and this laptop is what the gamers want. The various tech specifications of the laptop are that it supports up to 32GB of DDR3 RAM, 250 GB SSD Hard disk, USB 3.0 ports and HDMI. The HDMI port will allow the players to connect the laptop to another 3D compatible TV and experience 3D gaming in big screen. Dell sure had the center stage at CES with these twins.