Compare Prices of DELL Alienware 17

Cheapest DELL Alienware 17 Price in Philippines is ₱ 139,225.00

The DELL Alienware 17 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest DELL Alienware 17 price in Philippines is ₱ 139,225.00 from Galleon. DELL Alienware 17 price details are updated November 2018.

DELL Alienware 17 Price Guide

Price List by Country for DELL Alienware 17

Country International Price Price in PHP
Malaysia MYR 4,500.00 ₱ 57,250.00
Philippines PHP 139,225.00 ₱ 139,225.00
Singapore SGD 2,698.00 ₱ 103,741.00

DELL Alienware 17 Specs

Processor
Processor Type Intel Core i7
Processor Speed 2.4GHz
Operating System Windows 7
CPU 64bit
Graphics
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card Yes
Memory
RAM 16GB
Display
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Size 17.3"
Storage
Storage Type SSD
Storage Capacity 1TB
Design
Weight 4.42kg
Material Aluminium
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Optical Drive
CD-ROM No
DVD Writer Yes
DVD-ROM Yes
Blu-ray Writer No
Camera
Webcam Resolution 2MP
Features
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Fingerprint Reader No
Face Scanner No
Touch Screen Yes
Detachable Screen No
Connector Ports
HDMI Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
Ethernet Yes
Display Port No
VGA No
DVI No
Card Reader Yes
USB No
USB Type-C No
USB 3.0 Yes
Thunderbolt No
Connection
Wifi Standard 802.11b

Reviews of DELL Alienware 17

hw4all.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-16
With the introduction of mobile graphic cards Pascal Dell Alienware subsidiary retooled their gaming device of the new generation of graphics cards. But the equipment manufacturer is not restricted. Manufacturer seriously altered body Alienware 17 and Ali...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-06
Sexy, futuristic chassis, Lovely 1080p display, Good performance, Graphics amp significantly boosts GPU performance, Superb battery life for gaming laptop
Muddy audio quality, Runs hot,
Subtlety has never been Alienware's strong suit, but with this iteration of the brand's 17-inch gaming laptop, it's what you don't see that deserves the biggest praise. This time around, the Alienware 17 ($2,299 as configured, starting at $1,499) has Nvid...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-27
Great design and customizability, great screen and speakers
While it performed well, we rated it a 4 on performance as this was an older model and expect the newer models would be able to handle max settings on all our test games
Alienware has long been one of the leading brands when it comes to gaming laptops, and Dell has 13.3″, 15.6″, and 17.3″ versions available. We had a chance to test out one of their 17″ models and put it through the paces in our Alienware 17 laptop review...
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notebookreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-23
Excellent gaming performance, Good design and AlienFX lighting system, Good display, keyboard and touchpad, Effective cooling system
Needs a fast storage drive for best performance, Soso battery life
The Alienware 17 is mostly unchanged since last year which isn't a bad thing; it keeps the stealthy design, great build quality, AlienFX customizable lighting system and excellent gaming performance we praised it for previously. This iteration adds AMD's ...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-11
Dell completely redesigned its Alienware gaming laptop line in 2013, debuting new, sleek-looking chasses at E3. The Alienware 17 sports curves where there used to be lines, lines where there used to be nothing, and steel-gray, anodized aluminum and magnes...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-09
Sleek design, with distinctive lighting effects and solid construction. Quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and latest Nvidia graphics card.
Pricey. Limited portability. Battery is sealed in chassis
Alienware has long been one of the leading names in gaming laptops, and with the 2014 version of the Alienware 17, that reputation continues. The new Alienware 17 ($3,399, as tested) boasts an Intel quad-core processor, Nvidia's latest graphics card, and ...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2014-05-26
High-quality and sturdy case, Large Full HD display, Illuminated keyboard and case, Good touchpad, Good gaming performance
Big and heavy, No SSD, Throttling under load
Our review unit is definitely a high-end device with an Intel Core i7-4700MQ processor and the very powerful GeForce GTX 880M from Nvidia. The massive chassis accommodates a large 1,000 GB hard drive as well as an mSATA SSD with a capacity of 80 GB. You c...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-02
Sexy chassis, Colorful 1080p display with wide viewing angles, Customizable lighting, Excellent graphics and performance, Big and rich audio
Expensive, Heavy
The best just got better. Alienware has upped the gaming-laptop ante by adding the world's fastest notebook graphics -- the Nvidia GeForce GTX 880M -- to its award-winning 17-inch beast. The Alienware 17 ($3,358 as configured, starting at $1,499) continue...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-24
Desktop-equivalent 3D performance, Good thermals, Audio system is strong (for a laptop), Great 1080p HD Display
Still fairly expensive, Poor Enduro support
NVIDIA holds the lion's share of the market in mobile graphics hardware, but it's not the only competitor. When Alienware asked if we'd be interested in looking at a notebook based on AMD's top-end R9 M290X in a single-GPU configuration, we agreed. Thi...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-14
Flashy design, Customizable lighting, Colorful 1080p display with wide viewing angles, Big and balanced audio, Comfortable keyboard
Expensive, Below-average battery life, Runs hot when gaming, Heavy
The Alienware 17 was already full of win. It's one of best-looking gaming notebooks on the market and packs a lot of power into its flashy frame. But now, the company has unveiled its newest configuration, which swaps out the Nvidia graphics card for an A...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Superb gaming performance, Great keyboard and trackpad, Excellent build quality, Attractive new design
Relatively short battery life, GPU switching can be finicky
Picking a gaming laptop is a difficult task these days: machines can be found in all shapes and sizes, from pricey thin-and-lights to oversized behemoths. That wide selection is a good thing, allowing buyers to pick and choose the best machine from dozens...
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fudzilla.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-02
Nvidia added ShadowPlay support to Geforce Experience when they introduced the Geforce GTX 780 Ti. However at that time ShadowPlay lacked support for mobile Geforce GPUs. Support came with the mobile driver version 331.82 released on November 19. We tried...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-06
Dell's Alienware 17 is highly configurable, looks a bit more sophisticated than previous incarnations, and still delivers excellent performance.
You probably don't really want a programmable lightshow for your laptop. No dual-GPU options, and battery life isn't going to help much with on-the-go gaming.
What a difference a few inches makes. While the Alienware 17 desktop replacement gaming laptop is not all that much smaller than the 18-inch Alienware 18 version we recently reviewed, it feels like a much different beast. If the 18-inch model was a mas...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2013-10-17
Very easy to upgrade and maintain, Superb build quality, Very good speakers, Outstanding performance
Software selection somewhat meager, GPU throttling under load, Display panel uses TN technology
There is no doubt that gaming notebooks like the Alienware 17 polarize opinions. Some might call them expensive toys with no value-added features, others get excited about mobile high-tech gaming machines with top-notch components . The company Alienware...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-06
The Alienware M17x R3 and M17x R4 were, at the time, essentially the standard bearers of gaming notebooks. You've had your Clevos and your MSIs for as far back as I can remember; Toshiba throws their hat into the ring with the Qosmio and ASUS has their G ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-25
Very Good 3D performance. Quad Core Haswell processor. 1080p screen. Cool lighting effects.
Big and Bulky. Expensive. Low battery life
The Alienware 17 ($2,799) is a large-screen gaming rig for those who have a few bucks to spare. It has the power to run games at full 1080p resolution, and games look brilliant on its 17.3-inch screen. It's not the most portable thing in the world, but it...
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notebookreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-11
Great design and lighting system, Excellent performance, Good keyboard and touchpad, Respectable battery life
Touchpad surface could be firmer
The Alienware 17 features a new design and the latest technology – a fourth-gen Intel “Haswell” quad-core processor and Nvidia's new flagship graphics card, the GTX 780M. The 17′s exterior has been redesigned and features a revamped AlienFX LED lighting s...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-11-07
Dell's Alienware 17 is highly configurable, looks a bit more sophisticated than previous incarnations, and still delivers excellent performance
You probably don't really want a programmable lightshow for your laptop. No dual-GPU options, and battery life isn't going to help much with on-the-go gaming
What a difference a few inches makes. While the Alienware 17 desktop replacement gaming laptop is not all that much smaller than the 18-inch Alienware 18 version we recently reviewed, it feels like a much different beast. If the 18-inch model was a mass...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-10-04
Dell's Alienware brand has been the gold standard in big, bulky, ultrapowerful laptop design for many years. With distinctive styling, ostentatious lighting and an unashamed shirking of thin and light designs, Alienware's laptops are designed to deliver e...
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