You can read more about it, as well as get directions, at Alienware’s retail website. Alienware has recently updated their lineup, including their ultraportable laptop – the Sentia M3200, and it will be interesting to see how this does – they should be able to pull in people who might not purchase their laptops online, or at least want to see them in person first. Dell appears to be very successful with their kiosks/stores, and Apple, well, it’s obvious they are doing really well.
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