I put in a short plug for the new Alienware M11x notebook, our
first ultra-mobile gaming laptop, in my 2/26
post from the Greener Gadgets
Conference. In pondering it further, I think this nifty gadget deserves a
bit more blog space. Here's why:
A lot of people think green technology equals wimpy
technology-that less power consumed means less performance. Not true at all.
And the M11x,
along with the Dell
G2410H full HD green monitor, are perfect examples of that.
The M11x offers top-notch gaming
performance in a really small form factor (the graphics power of a 15-inch
laptop in an 11-inch form factor). But it also offers some great energy-saving
options, too, like:
All this, plus winning "Best of
CES 2010" from both CNET and IGN, proves green
does NOT mean wimpy.
Need another example? Check out this
story on our fancy new Dell G2410H full HD green monitor. With it,
you get full performance and brilliant images, PLUS:
Still think you can't be environmentally conscience without
sacrificing performance? Think again, folks...
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Wow, that's something to think about...
I will NEVER buy a Dell Vista, or any other Dell product again! I have had nothing but trouble with my computer, and when I contacted Tech support, not only did they wait until my Warranty ran out before getting back to me, they state they are in Texas, USA, but every time I called, their tech support, sales, and all other departments are in INDIA!!! When I asked for their corporate office number in Texas, THEY DIDN'T EVEN HAVE IT!!! In the economic state our country, the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, you would think all their offices would be in this Country, boosting our economy, and giving these Tech and Sales jobs to AMERICANS. Not only will I never buy from them again, I will tell every relative and friend, NOT to buy a DELL product, who don't care about giving Americans jobs, but prefer to save money, and stuff their pockets with profits, by sending these jobs to a different Country!!! How dare they claim TEXAS, USA !!! I implore all that read this to not buy their products, and only by AMERICAN !!!! Be a true patriot, please!
I completely understand your frustration. Thursday the 18th of March I recieved a high spec Alienware M11x from dell after waiting for a whole month for the computer to be "built" when it arrived after "extensive testing etc the computer was not factory wrapped, one of the stickers covering the glossy part of the laptop was covering the wrong side of the panel and the generic name tag on the back was 4 letters long. My first name is 8 letters, my last name is 8 letters and I have 3 initials.. How the hell did they manage to give me a 4 letter long generic name plate?? Does Dell think that someone able to pay £2000 for a laptop and send a used refurbished model that breas down the same day it arrives and get away with it?
Tech support say they can fix it or give me a refund they on't even replace a faulty item, what kind of customer service is this? In this economic climate I think stupid inconceivable blunders like this is totally out of order and will lead to loss both in market shares and product sales. Where do you guys think your credibility goes with this attitude?
I am blogging this all over the internet and I'm not shy about this, how dare you treat your customers this way?
Sorry for all the spelling mistakes. I am very angry and dissappointed for the outcome of this purchase and it muddles my mind and my spelling suffers. With all the reviews and prizes for the M11x my confidence in buying this product was sky high. To recieve a used product, obviously repaired and then be treated with nothing but ignorance and disinterest by the tech support/customer services.. is annoying and stupid and I have no words for the anger and dissappointment for this buy.
Dell is very confusing to cantact and nobody really help out when you call. You would think that being a buyer of one of their newest netbooks would be treated with some importance, but.. I still can't believe I was sent a used netbook.
This is outrageous