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Alienware's Sentia m3200

Ryan Block, @ryan

Alienware Sentia m3200

Not entirely characteristic of Alienware's pattern of attack in the past, they're really starting to aim at the business user with their new Sentia m3200, a 4-pound, 12.1-inch widescreen laptop. Granted, it's still got the trademark Alienware high performance features like a PCI-Express slot, 100GB 7200RPM drive, 802.11a/b/g, 4-in-1 card reader, but you've got to be down with a 1.75-inch thick device and those less-than-austere looks. Like many of Alienware's offerings of late, the price isn't stratospheric starting at $1,150 — but also like Alienware, you can configure your box with up to another $1,300+ in options.

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