Cracking Open the $1,800 Alienware M14x gaming notebook
by Bill Detwiler | October 26, 2011, 11:19am PDT | Image 63 of 95
Cracking Open the Alienware M14x: Removing the system battery
Cracking Open the Alienware M14x: Removing the system battery - Image 63 of 95
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Like / +1 ... take ur pick !
&, by d way, do u know any given tablet that have a replaceable battery ? Huumm, neither do I.
Still want one, though ...
Alienware 14 inch screen it's much smaller and sacrifices must be made for the low profile to be kept. For a heavy traveler (planes, buses and other) this piece of small jewellery worth like 3 times your huge ASUS at 17 inches.
And for the others witch complain about DELL:
- I had a DELL Inspiron build in Ireland still works after 5 years NOT EVEN 1 PROBLEM;
- I have a DELL XPS 13 build in Malayesia (bought it in BEST BUY) working PERFECTLY after 3 years
Both were used extensively in various atmospheric conditions (YES OUTSIDE of the house) and in sometimes continuous gaming sessions of around 10 hours.
So sorry for u, maybe u are unlucky and also sorry for DELL for not trying to correct their mistakes in good time.
For both of them I did not use support except for updating my drivers.
I sincerely hope that this isn't the direction manufacturers are going. On my battery-driven machines, the battery is almost always the first thing to go, usually in about three years. (And don't tell me I'm "charging it wrong" -- puh-leeze.)
The non-replaceable battery in all of Apple's iStuff is one of the reasons I won't buy Apple. I can't afford to drop two grand on a machine every three years, and I already own enough paperweights to last me the rest of my life.
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