|Screen Size||17 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
Alienware ALW17-4681sLV 17-Inch WLED FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Display Laptop (2.4 GHz Intel i7-4700MQ Processor, 8GB DIMM, 750GB HDD, Windows 7 Home Premium) [Discontinued By Manufacturer]
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Operating System||Windows 7|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
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First unit arrived with dead pixels and a power supply issue (couldn't recognize, wouldn't charge at times).
2nd unit had track pad problems (erratic, jumped around).
Didn't want to deal with Dell's Non-Service, so back it went.
Display is a bit washed out, colors won't be popping out at ya on this machine.
Thinking of (maybe) trying the 14" version.
Supposedly, the screen is a better, but lately I've been reading about a light-bleed issue on this unit.
I don't know, ...can't they get these to ship out with zero problems?
Will agree with most owners, build quality is top-shelf on the Alienware machines, too bad their QC can't match it.
Thanks Amazon.They were great to deal with throughout all of this.
I'm primarily a linux user. I have dual boot windows and ubuntu. The Nvidia optimus can be a little frustrating to work with on ubuntu. Everything works out of the box on ubuntu except Bluetooth. Still haven't been able to get bluetooth working after 3 weeks. The dedicated discrete graphics switch works in windows only (so does some of the fn + buttons, like touchpad lock etc and macros). Booting in ubuntu in dedicated nvidia mode will create display issues. Bumblebee and optirun will have to be used instead in the optimus mode. Although there is no switch to turn the display off, in ubuntu, you can turnoff the display by completely reducing the brightness. Does heat up a little (mostly because of a 3rd hard drive on the left side palm rest) which is annoying. Its generally cool everywhere else. A great machine overall and I highly recommend it.