Friday, 8 November 2013

Alienware X51




Alienware X51-1
Alienware X51
Alienware ambition is to reduce the size of the PC game. Everyone wants a compact gaming console which fits in small places perfectly. Presenting the Alienware X51, we have already known that Alienware is best for gaming. What is certain is that its design which is more successful. Respected contract, the head of the backlit alien eyes is present in front like other Alienware products, and the pace of the X51 is no doubt as to its target.

But still, this console will fit easily in a room under the TV without stain. Rectangular in size 34.3 x 31.8 cm, 9.5 cm thick, the Alienware is more bigger than a Xbox 360 or a PlayStation 3 first generation, with a weight of about 5.5 Kg skillful blend of glossy plastic, with lines between contrasting curves and beveled return. As always with Alienware who said LEDs said to choose its color .X51 can be installed either horizontally or vertically with the possibility to rotate the logo on.

On the front, there is the strictly necessary buttons, i.e. integrated into a rounded corner button ignition, access to player / DVD burner slot-in, two USB ports and the usual Jack. At the rear, six USB, two USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4 output, a Gigabit Ethernet port, audio input / outputs and a Wi-Fi module 802.11 n . On the edges, the plastic is perforated by numerous openings to allow air circulation and help the cooling system that expels hot air out the back of X51. In carton box of X51, there is also a keyboard and a mouse.

The keyboard is already more fun with a small attractive design surrounded by white border black keys. However, it is not equipped with an adjustable backlight. We know that the X51 is too compact to integrate a traditional power supply. Alienware has decided to offers an external power supply of 330W, the same kind as those which accompany the laptops but bigger.

 The Interesting stage is that discovering how it is arranged inside the X51. To open it, nothing tougher, a single screw to remove the back and just drag the top to open, as a classic case of wall panel. At the beginning we see that the cooling system processor modules and two steel behind which we guess the graphics card and the optical drive then again remove three screws to see the motherboard.

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