The Alienware 14 is a redesigned gaming laptop with a new magnesium alloy and aluminum casing. It is powered by an Intel Core i7 CPU, Nvidia GT 765M, 16 GB of RAM, 750GB HDD in combo with 256GB SSD. Other features includes a 1080p display, Blu-ray drive, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0.
Powerful Intel Haswell processor.
Outstanding graphics performance.
Great audio quality.
Killer optional 1080p IPS screen.
Relatively dim display.
Runs hot while gaming.
Thick slab-like design.
Mediocre battery life.
By The Inquirer on November 13, 2013
PC MAKER Dell's Alienware brand is one of the dominant names in gaming laptops, and its latest machine, the Alienware 14 notebook takes on rivals with pure...80
By Bit-tech.net on November 12, 2013
The world of gaming laptops is hugely competitive, so Dell’s designers should be commended for making the Alienware 14 stand out: its matte metal chassis looks and feels fantastic, and the lights across its surfaces look good without becoming...79
By PCAdvisor on October 30, 2013
Alienware's designers have done a great job tempering the excesses of traditional gaming laptops with good looks and matte aluminium, and the Alienware 14 doesn't just look great – it shifts, too. The quad-core processors puts paid to applications, and the GTX 765M graphics core handles modern games at high settings. It's not thin, light or quiet, but it's a more portable proposition than most of its 17in rivals.80
By PC Advisor on October 30, 2013
The Alienware 14 gaming laptop looks great and has the performance to match. Read our Alienware 14 review to find out...-
By TrustedReviews on October 29, 2013
Great performance and distinct style, but the price is just too steep compared to its rivals for us to give a whole-hearted endorsement.80
By CNET Australia on October 16, 2013
Dell has revamped its gaming line, including the new Alienware 14. The design changes don't go nearly far enough but no complaints about the...80
By Engadget on September 16, 2013
It can be shockingly expensive if configured to the nines, however. In the end, we can say the new Alienware lineup is a strong follow-up to the last generation, with plenty of power for those who want it, and a fresh, modern design. That glowing trackpad is still a little weird, though.-
By laptops.co.uk on September 03, 2013
Almost every component of this laptop can be specified down to the individual's particular whim. However, it will cost quite a bit. Even the most basic specification Alienware 14 will provide you with a powerful, elegant laptop and when it comes to...80
By NotebookCheck on July 27, 2013
Alienware 14 Alienware's 14-inch reincarnation has several strengths but also numerous drawbacks. But let us start with the positive aspects. One of the biggest improvements is certainly the anti-reflective display . Compared to the M14x R2 there...86
By IGN on June 19, 2013
The market is shifting toward thinner and lighter devices, and many may be reluctant to spring for such a bulky machine, but where the Alienware 14 lacks in compact portability, it makes up for in performance, wide array of optional upgrades, and comparatively affordable cost.86