Alienware has a new notebook, the Sentia m3200, and it is thin and light. The thinnest and lightest notebook that Alienware has made, in fact. It is just 1.7 inches thick and only weighs four pounds. This apparently doesn’t have to mean inadequate, though. It has a 12.1” wide-screen LCD and is powered by Intel Centrino, so it has 802.11a/b/g to keep you connected wherever you are. It can be configured with a drive up to 100GB at 7200 RPM, so you aren’t sacrificing memory, either. It has instant-on, which will help the battery last longer.
“The Sentia m3200 continues Alienware’s successful expansion of its notebook line, giving mobile customers a remarkably compact and portable option,” said Frank Azor, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Alienware’s Worldwide Product Group. “Not only does the Sentia m3200 deliver optimum mobility without sacrificing performance, it also comes at an affordable value that won’t break your budget.”
The m3200 starts at $999. They are available for pre-order now with a $500 deposit.