Customers can choose between an Alliance and Horde system. Each of these notebooks ships with an Orc box which contains the user manual, power adapter, a XPS WoW mousepad, a WoW tshirt and some other stuff.
The systems also ship with a Quest Envelope which contains the following:
But that's not everything, the notebook also ships with a WoW backpack full of goodies:
Golden Ticket - This provides you an opportunity to get a customized figurine of your WoW character through FigurePrints. FigurePrints will access you character's data through Blizzard's servers to create a custom 3D figure of your character, complete with weapons and armor you can choose. Blizzard Beta Club Card - The code on the card registers you for Blizzard's Beta Club, which gives you access to five upcoming beta tests, starting with the Wrath of the Lich King. Collector's Edition Account Upgrade Certificate - This allows you to upgrade your account to a collector's edition account, enabling you to get a special in-game pet.
WoW BattleChest: This contains the retail versions of World of Warcraft and The Burning Crusade expansion pack. It also includes WarCraft III and The Frozen Throne expansion pack, and the strategy guides for both games. WoW Soundtrack Making of WoW Behind-the-scenes DVD WoW Trading Card starter decks: Heroes of Azeroth, Through the Dark Portal Book:WoW Strategy Guide from BradyGames Book: WoW The Burning Crusade Strategy Guide Book: Rise of the Horde Book: The Tides of Darkness
The bad news: the base config costs $4,499. For that price you get a Core 2 Duo T7500 2.2GHz CPU, Windows Vista Ultimate, 2GB DDR2 memory, GeForce 8700M GT 512MB SLI, 160GB HDD, a DVD burner, AGEIA PhysX, Logitech GamePanel display, ... It's shurely a nice bundle but at $4,500 you have to be pretty crazy to buy this thing.