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Compare Prices of DELL Alienware 17

Best price for DELL Alienware 17 in Malaysia is RM 8,799.00

You can buy the DELL Alienware 17 at the lowest price of RM 8,799.00 from Lazada which is 5% cheaper than the DELL Alienware 17 that is sold by Game Hypermart at the price of RM 9,299.00.
Alternatively, the DELL Alienware 17 is also sold in Singapore at Lazada with the price of RM 7,959.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 22 June 2018, 19:11.

Price List by Country for DELL Alienware 17

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 8,799.00 MYR 8,799.00
Singapore SGD 2,699.00 MYR 7,959.00

Specs of DELL Alienware 17

Processor Type Intel Core i7
Processor Speed 2.4GHz
Operating System Windows 7
CPU 64bit
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Size 17.3"
Storage Type SSD
Storage Capacity 1TB
Weight 4.42kg
Material Aluminium
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Optical Drive
DVD Writer
Blu-ray Writer
Webcam Resolution 2MP
Backlit Keyboard
Fingerprint Reader
Face Scanner
Touch Screen
Detachable Screen
Connector Ports
Headphone Jack
Display Port
Card Reader
USB Type-C
USB 3.0
Wifi Standard 802.11b

Reviews of DELL Alienware 17
Reviewed on 2014-03-16
Desktopclass gaming performance, Rock solid, durable build, Excellent crisp, bright display, Good audio performance, Plenty of connectivity ports, Highly customisable LED lights, Good keyboard & trackpad
Notquite portable, heavy, Fan can get a little noisy, Battery life could be better, Quirky loud, styling
I have to admit: I enjoyed my time with the Alienware 17 . My home mid-range AMD rig was left abandoned throughout the time the monolith of a notebook stood on my desk. Continuing from Part 1 of the review , let's look closer at the performance supported ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-16
Alienware is a name synonymous with gaming hardware since 1996 and has been a brand of choice for many gamers both casual and hardcore. In June 2009, Alienware introduced the M17x , its first gaming product since the Dell acquisition. Now Dell's premium g...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-19
Power, power and more power, Big 1080p screen, Decent battery life
LED-heavy styling, Not really portable, No 4k
It would be completely pointless if the 17 fell over as soon as you booted up Minesweeper – but that was never likely. The 2.4GHz Core i7 Haswell processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX780M graphics and 16GB of DDR3 memory make light work of the heaviest titles. Th...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-06
Powerful, Loads of customisation features
Very expensive, Low battery life
For the longest time, the Alienware notebook was the number one (only one, in fact) gaming notebook brand around. Various other companies have since come forward to claim that throne, but Alienware aren't quite done yet, as made evident with the brand's l...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Of course, the Alienware 17 is packed with other sweet specs, too, including a fourth-generation Intel Core i7-4910MQ processor (overclocked to 4.1GHz), 16GB of DDR3/1600 memory, a 256GB solid state drive for fast startup, and a 1TB, 5400-rpm hard drive f...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-16
With the introduction of mobile graphic cards Pascal Dell Alienware subsidiary retooled their gaming device of the new generation of graphics cards. But the equipment manufacturer is not restricted. Manufacturer seriously altered body Alienware 17 and Ali...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-06
Sexy, futuristic chassis, Lovely 1080p display, Good performance, Graphics amp significantly boosts GPU performance, Superb battery life for gaming laptop
Muddy audio quality, Runs hot,
Subtlety has never been Alienware's strong suit, but with this iteration of the brand's 17-inch gaming laptop, it's what you don't see that deserves the biggest praise. This time around, the Alienware 17 ($2,299 as configured, starting at $1,499) has Nvid...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-27
Great design and customizability, great screen and speakers
While it performed well, we rated it a 4 on performance as this was an older model and expect the newer models would be able to handle max settings on all our test games
Alienware has long been one of the leading brands when it comes to gaming laptops, and Dell has 13.3″, 15.6″, and 17.3″ versions available. We had a chance to test out one of their 17″ models and put it through the paces in our Alienware 17 laptop review...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-23
The Alienware 17 comes equipped with an 802.11ac network card.This desktop-replacement-of-a-gaming-notebook might look familiar to you if you've read our January 2014 issue. It does, after all, use the same 16.2x11.7x1.9-inch chassis as the older Alienwar...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-05
Sleek soft-touch and aluminum design, Beautiful 1080p display, Comfortable keyboard, Good graphics performance
Heavy and bulky, Runs hot and loud, Middling overall performance
While the two are famous for battling for the crown in the desktop graphics card market, AMD has been a bit less competitive with archrival Nvidia in mobile GPUs. With the company's Radeon laptop graphics trailing Nvidia's GeForce series in raw performanc...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-04
Sleek soft-touch and aluminum design, Gorgeous 1080p display, Good keyboard, Excellent graphics performance
Bulky and heavy, Runs hot and loud, Unreliable touch pad
The base model costs a thrifty $1,399 with 8GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and GTX 860M graphics with 2GB of video memory. To enjoy such an affordable price tag, however, you'll have to be willing to make a few trade-offs, including a Core i5 rather than ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-23
Excellent gaming performance, Good design and AlienFX lighting system, Good display, keyboard and touchpad, Effective cooling system
Needs a fast storage drive for best performance, Soso battery life
The Alienware 17 is mostly unchanged since last year which isn't a bad thing; it keeps the stealthy design, great build quality, AlienFX customizable lighting system and excellent gaming performance we praised it for previously. This iteration adds AMD's ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-11
Dell completely redesigned its Alienware gaming laptop line in 2013, debuting new, sleek-looking chasses at E3. The Alienware 17 sports curves where there used to be lines, lines where there used to be nothing, and steel-gray, anodized aluminum and magnes...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-10
Sleek design, with distinctive lighting effects and solid construction. Quadcore Intel Core i7 processor and latest Nvidia graphics card.
Pricey. Limited portability. Battery is sealed in chassis
Alienware has long been one of the leading names in gaming laptops , and with the 2014 version of the Alienware 17, that reputation continues. The new Alienware 17 ($3,399, as tested) boasts an Intel quad-core processor, Nvidia's latest graphics card, and...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-09
Sleek design, with distinctive lighting effects and solid construction. Quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and latest Nvidia graphics card.
Pricey. Limited portability. Battery is sealed in chassis
Alienware has long been one of the leading names in gaming laptops, and with the 2014 version of the Alienware 17, that reputation continues. The new Alienware 17 ($3,399, as tested) boasts an Intel quad-core processor, Nvidia's latest graphics card, and ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
High-quality and sturdy case, Large Full HD display, Illuminated keyboard and case, Good touchpad, Good gaming performance
Big and heavy, No SSD, Throttling under load
Our review unit is definitely a high-end device with an Intel Core i7-4700MQ processor and the very powerful GeForce GTX 880M from Nvidia. The massive chassis accommodates a large 1,000 GB hard drive as well as an mSATA SSD with a capacity of 80 GB. You c...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-02
Sexy chassis, Colorful 1080p display with wide viewing angles, Customizable lighting, Excellent graphics and performance, Big and rich audio
Expensive, Heavy
The best just got better. Alienware has upped the gaming-laptop ante by adding the world's fastest notebook graphics -- the Nvidia GeForce GTX 880M -- to its award-winning 17-inch beast. The Alienware 17 ($3,358 as configured, starting at $1,499) continue...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-24
Desktop-equivalent 3D performance, Good thermals, Audio system is strong (for a laptop), Great 1080p HD Display
Still fairly expensive, Poor Enduro support
NVIDIA holds the lion's share of the market in mobile graphics hardware, but it's not the only competitor. When Alienware asked if we'd be interested in looking at a notebook based on AMD's top-end R9 M290X in a single-GPU configuration, we agreed. Thi...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-11
Powerful, customizable LED lights, good keyboard and trackpad, highquality chassis.
Expensive, poor battery life, heavy, TN panel, loud fan
Technically, there's no real definition for a “gaming laptop.” While it's generally considered a notebook with a discrete graphics card, sometimes it can feel like the GPU was slapped in as an afterthought. The Alienware 17, however, feels like it was met...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-14
Flashy design, Customizable lighting, Colorful 1080p display with wide viewing angles, Big and balanced audio, Comfortable keyboard
Expensive, Below-average battery life, Runs hot when gaming, Heavy
The Alienware 17 was already full of win. It's one of best-looking gaming notebooks on the market and packs a lot of power into its flashy frame. But now, the company has unveiled its newest configuration, which swaps out the Nvidia graphics card for an A...
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