I am confuse about which Alienware M15x laptop should I get?
There are 2 different graphic cards.One is Nvidia Geforce GTX 26OM and the other one is one of the latest ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850.So,Alienware M15x users out there please help me choose which one is better?
I think Alienware are overpriced.I suggest you get a Toshiba Or asus Laptop it is a pretty good computer and it has an excellent cpu and graphics card. It can run almost anything you throw at it.
Toshiba Qosmio X505-Q887 TruBrite 18.4-Inch Laptop (Black/Red)
*1.73 GHz Intel Core i7-740QM processor
*4GB DDR3 1066MHz memory
*500 GB Serial ATA hard drive, Blu-ray Disc® ROM and DVD SuperMulti drive with Labelflash® supporting 12 formats
*18.4-inch HD TruBrite display, NVIDIA GeForce GTS 360M with 1 GB GDDR5 discrete graphics memory
*Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 3.75 hours of battery life
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I am trying to find out what these extra bits are for. They came with ASUS M51Vr Laptop series?
So does anyone know how to get a users guide online to tell me, I rang ASUS and they are horrible. m51vr-ap046c ASUS Notebook
One bit has a red LED at the end and nothing els it apears to be used in the microphone or headphone socket.
No idea what your new toys are, but the manual for the M51 series is available here:
“Download” tab – select your OS – and I believe the top entry in that list is your manual, otherwise there are descriptions.
Well, There is a laptop that you can customize yourself to make it cheaper all up to you. It’s called the ASUS is $1,099 not upgraded at all. The MX14 has to be upgraded just to get what the ASUS already comes with. That being said when you’re done upgrading the MX14 just to get exactly what the ASUS has it’s $1,414.The Video Card Is better than the M14x even with it fully upgraded.
ASUS is 15.6″ 1920 x 1080 Full HD and the MX14 at max upgrade is a 14.0″ 900p/1600×900. This laptop was worth the money i spent on it. Good for any game you wanna play Brink, Red red orchestra 2, and even starcraft 2. Handles all these HD games easily and able to stream without lag too. Has a good price to it If you want to edit it to make it cheaper i’ll leave a link
alienware has some of the best laptop’s for gaming and when i found out about this laptop i can say i honestly felt like my money was just stolen from me by alienware
How to connect internet with BSNL ZTE ZXDSL 831AII in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5in?
I am using Dell inspiron laptop with Core 2 Duo processor….I need help badly because i m going for RHCE
I use MTNL modem for broadband and Ubuntu Linux as operating system. Even though I can open the configuration page of the modem and change parameters, I cannot save these settings in Ubuntu. Same problem with my ASUS wifi router. I guess that the reason for this problem is the lack of Linux drivers for the modem. Linux does not provide drivers for all peripherals.Now how to solve this
problem ? I carry out installation of drivers from the CD and the configuration in windows and save it. Actually the parameters are saved inside the modem and router. So when the modem is connected to the ubuntu OS it is ready to operate.
After saving and logging out you can use this modem in your Red Hat system.
You can download this document for configuring your modem under Windows :
Can I hook my Logitech X-540 speakers to my Xbox and Laptop at the same time?
I need to know if I can hook up both my Xbox 360 and Asus Laptop to my Logitech X-540 speakers at the same time. I also want to know if I can hook up my old computer speakers (Cyber Acoustics) to it too.
It may require a few extra cables and a switch, but it is doable. In fact I have a similar setup going right now with my X-540. What I have is green/yellow/black audio cables plugged into computer, and yellow/black (center and rear surround) plugged directly into the X-540 subwoofer/amplifier. The other end of the green cable is plugged into the female-female Y-adapter instead of the subwoofer; the red/white ends are connected via RCA stereo audio cables to a AV selector switch’s Input 1. I then run the Output for the AV selector switch to the X-540 sub using a Y-cable, with 3.5mm TRS (headphone jack) on one end (the X-540 end) and two RCA stereo on the other end (the AV switch end). I have other devices plugged into Input 2 and Input 3 of the AV selector switch, and use the switch to change which audio gets sent to the speakers.
Same thing can be done with any powered/computer speakers, actually slightly simpler with non-surround speakers.
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