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Alienware 18 Gaming Laptop Review – Say hello to Alienware’s $6000+ laptop.

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Alienware ALW18-4001sLV 18.4-Inch Laptop (2.5 GHz Intel Core i7-4710MQ Processor, 16GB DDR3L, 1TB HDD, 80GB SSD, Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M, Windows 7 Home Premium) [Discontinued By Manufacturer]

  • Intel Core i7-4710MQ Processor
  • 1 TB Hard Drive, 80 GB Solid-State Drive
  • 18.4-Inch Screen, Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Intel Core i7-4710MQ Processor
  • 1 TB Hard Drive, 80 GB Solid-State Drive
  • 18.4-Inch Screen, Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Meet the most powerful 18" laptop in the universe. The new Alienware 18 is completely redesigned with dual graphics to put victory at your disposal. Get yours today.

List Price: $ 2,299.99 Price:


20 comments

  1. I paid £1,800  for the same product on Ebay

  2. The alienware 17 r1 is amazing to and both designs are same for alienware 17 r1 and alienware 18

  3. MYNAME ISMONEY

    would this be good for trading? I need the most powerful reliable machine there is

  4. the universe exploson

    I play extreme games so I might need one with core i7-6700k xD

  5. hey listen man, i have one of the last 18M totaly maxed out 32gb, 16bg nvidia, 2 tb, all singing and dancing! man, last 6 hours been playing farcry 4 ultra! my machine laughing at it. man im impressed

  6. I got a lower spec version open box for $900 a couple of months ago. Has 290x CF now. Will be getting some 980's in here or see if 1070's are an option. Best laptop ever.

  7. It's. ome down now…. $2000. On Tigerdirect

  8. SolidGoldGaming

    Why did the laptop say hello when I said hello to it because of the title

    Because it was a Dell 😛

  9. my Alienware14 is a potato ;~;

    thank god i'm getting a new pc in December 😀

  10. You could probably find this laptop on eBay for about $1500. He didn't mention this, but this laptop is really a hidden gem. The graphics card can be upgrade able, ( yes that means 980m sli)The cpu is a socket type, and it's one of the very last laptops that have hdmi-in and out. It fits 2 m-sata and 2 Sata drives. It's a monster to carry around but I think for the price they have this used online, the laptop wins in my favor over any razer blade… (Sorry Linux)

  11. only 56 min of battery life?

    they can easily fit a bigger battery in that frame
    a 16 or even 32 cell battery would be a massive improvement
    56 min is atrocious for battery life while gaming
    it is better than my current alienware which gets 27 min on battery mode while gaming but still shit
    2-3 hours under full game load should be the standard for laptops in this class
    honestly who ever uses the intel GPU why even suggest we use it?

    and for $6000 they should have dual GTX 980s in that thing
    the GTX780 isn't much better than the GTX 765 in my current machine

    a fully customizable laptop would allow you to customize EVERYTHING including the battery and GPU

    i would love to know why they don't give the option for larger battery packs anymore
    or why anyone thought it would be a good idea to seal the battery inside
    i remember the days where you could swap out a dead battery for a charged one
    i was on a 6 hour flight once and was able to play games on my Toshiba satellite L500 the whole way due to bringing 3 12 cell battery packs with me
    with new Alienware laptops i would be completely screwed even if i brought extra battery packs (i would need a lot) because the battery cant be removed without a screwdriver (good luck getting one of those past the TSA checkpoint)

    give us removable batteries!!!!!!!!!

  12. Nikolas Alexandre

    You have terrible diction, and your voice sounds weak. Please work on your projection.

  13. say hello to dell inspiron 7559 🙂

  14. Do you need that much ram…..

  15. Hell no I wouldn't pay over $6000 for this laptop or any laptop at that!!! The speed at which new technology hits the market it will take no time before this is down to a third of the price. Now I know this laptop is a little older, but I've seen new Alienware 15 inch laptops using a core i7, 1tb hdd, 512ssd, and using a gtx980m for right around the $3000 to $3500. Still not an amount I'd pay, (not a huge fan of Alienware neither) but definitely an improvement on the price of this laptop.

  16. Is the battery replaceable like the M17X ?

  17. If you're gonna buy something this huge and heavy, might as well get a desktop. I have the new 17 which is pushing it but imagine an SLI laptop! I'd probably just get a 13 with the Amplifier and a monitor.

  18. Daniel jompeang

    im planning on getting this is that a good option?
    plz tell me

  19. ELGaming Channel

    700th comment!!    😀

  20. Mohamoud Ahmed

    This is the best ever liked

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