Dell has taken the covers off its smallest gaming laptop ever - the Alienware M11x. The pint sized power plant from Alienware boats of features rarely seen on a notebook of its size.
Dell also claims that this happens to be the first ever "ultra mobile gaming laptop". According to Dell, the M11x is capable of playing games and videos at 720p. It has two modes which allow you to choose from a "battery mode" and a "gaming mode". As expected, the battery life would be decreased by a couple of hours in the more graphically taxing Gaming mode. It offers 2 hours of battery life in the gaming mode, which increases to 6.5 hours in the "battery mode".
On the graphics front, it boasts of an integrated graphics chip when you're not gaming and switches to an Nvidia GT335M card when you switch to gaming mode. The M11x is expected to ship later this year. The M11x is known to have attain 50fps in Crysis and has scores between 6000 to 7000 in 3D Mark, according to Gizmodo.
The M11X is set to be launched later this year. As of now, we are not sure if it will ever make it to India.