ALIENWARE AREA-51 M15X NOW THE FIRST 15.4-INCH NOTEBOOK TO FEATURE THE NVIDIA QUADRO FX 3600M GPU

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It’s not always just about fun and games. Alienware® – the leading manufacturer of high-performance desktop, notebook and entertainment systems – has announced that the Area-51® m15x notebook, already a favorite of gamers and entertainment enthusiasts, now offers the NVIDIA® Quadro® FX 3600M GPU, redefining graphics performance on a 15.4-inch notebook to best address the needs of on-the-go digital content professionals. As the only 15.4-inch notebook equipped with the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3600M, the Alienware Area-51 m15x is uniquely positioned to provide industrial designers and other creative professionals unrivaled graphics capabilities on a highly portable platform. The Quadro FX 3600M delivers support for Open GL 2.1, Shader Model 4.0, DirectX® 10 and more. Combining this graphics processor with the award-winning performance of the Area-51 m15x allows designers and engineers to work in complex, real-time, photorealistic environments throughout an array of CAD, DCC and scientific applications. “The creation of the incredibly life-like games we enjoy today begins with bringing together revolutionary technology and outstanding performance. Alienware has always designed and engineered top-tier, high-performance systems to deliver the best experience possible, whether for a gamer or a 3D designer,� said Bryan de Zayas, Associate Director for Product Marketing at Alienware. “The addition of the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3600M GPU brings the capabilities of the Area-51 m15x to an all-new level and is just one more example of our commitment to develop unique and powerful systems that attract enthusiasts and creative professionals alike.� “The Area-51 m15x is the ideal vehicle for the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3600M graphics processor,� said Shawn Worsell, product manager, Professional Solutions, NVIDIA. “NVIDIA and Alienware share a common dedication to delivering industry-leading graphics to our professional customers.� Alienware also offers an NVIDIA Quadro FX 1600M on the Area-51 m9750 and will soon make available the Quadro FX 3600M on the Area-51 m17x to further provide customers with a broad range of processional-class solutions. For more information, please visit:

www.alienware.com/Quadro

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