AVADirect starts selling the Clevo M980NU Gaming Notebook

Clevo-M980NUAVADirect a leading custom computer manufacturer, has announced that they are now selling the world’s most powerful gaming notebook, the Clevo M980NU. In addition to claiming the title of the world’s most powerful gaming notebook, AVADirect.com is also claiming that Alienware’s M17x notebook is overpriced for the performance it gives.

“When you look at the specs of both systems and the performance that they both offer, the price difference between the two is a considerable. Our M980NU offers many more options, offers better performance, and costs hundreds less when fully configured. Not only will you get more performance for less, our after sales support is so much better. You will never be routed to India as our full support staff is located in the United States.” as quoted by Misha Troshin, CMO and co-owner of AVADirect.

Clevo M980NU

AVADirect is claiming that the M17x costs more due to the large amount to upgrade the base configuration. AVADirect.com only charges $319.20 to add a second video card while Alienware charges $600 for the same card. AVADirect.com only charges $89.61 to upgrade to Windows Vista Ultimate while the same option will cost Alienware customers an additional $150. While the Alienware’s M17x base price may be lower, a few simple upgrades will quickly change that. See below for an example.

Clevo M980NU

Screen: 18.4″ 1920×1080 (AVADirect.com) 17″ 1920×1080 (Alienware)

Processor: Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300

Video Card: SLI NVIDIA GTX 280M 2GB Dual configuration

Memory: 4 GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM Memory

Hard Drive: 500GB 7200 RPM with free fall sensor

Starting Price: $3,731.60 (AVADirect.com) $3,923 (Alienware)

“Compared to Alienware, our levels of customization are so much higher, our attention to detail is even greater, our sales staff are very knowledgeable, and we have none of the odd policies that Dell has forced upon Alienware. You just get so much more for your money at AVADirect.com. Our great pricing and service is standard on all of our systems from our high-end gaming systems to our low-end office systems. Unlike Alienware, we offer everything within the same company. Thus all of our systems get the same level of support and attention to detail, no matter what system you purchase.” as quoted by Misha Troshin, CMO and co-owner of AVADirect.

To configure the notebook and see more in depth information, please click the link for the M980NU Product Configuration page. AVADirect.com has stated that several reviews are in progress and will show definative proof of the performance levels against the Alienware M17x.

Source: AVADirect, MMDNewswire

Related posts

Intel presents two new nettop computers

Intel presents two new nettop computers

The US chip maker Intel has presented two new nettop computers, known as NUC5CPYH and NUC5PPYH. The two computers belong to the company’s NUC (Next Unit of Computing) product line and sport very small-sized chassis. The two new nettops share a lot of the hardware inside – they both belong to...

NVIDIA debuts three budget-oriented video cards

NVIDIA debuts three budget-oriented video cards

After releasing the first Maxwell-based video cards a few weeks ago NVIDIA has expanded its product portfolio with three new OEM budget-oriented products – the GeForce GT 705, GT 710 and GT 720. The first two models are rebranded Fermi and Kepler models as they come with GF119 (Fermi) and GK208...

Microsoft unleashes Xbox One gaming console

Microsoft unleashes Xbox One gaming console

Just a few days after the market debut of the PlayStation 4 Microsoft has launched its own Xbox One gaming console in 13 countries around the world. So far the unit has enjoyed considerable success being sold in 1 000 000 numbers in just 24 hours. “We have the best community of gamers around...

Leave a comment