Alienware launches Sentia m3200 Centrino notebook

Posted on Wednesday, November 16 2005 @ 0:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Alienware has launched the extremely portable Sentia m3200 notebook. It weighs only 4lbs and is aimed at travelers, students and anyone else needing a highly functional and versatile system for on the go. The Sentia m3200 features a 12.1" widescreen LCD display with ClearView technology and is based on Intel's Centrino platform.

The Alienware Sentia m3200 notebook has fully integrated 802.11a/b/g wireless LAN support and features an available PCI Express slot that can be used for a wide variety of add-on functions, including Bluetooth and external sound card solutions.

Additional benefits of the Sentia m3200 include a built-in, 4-in-1 media card reader and Instant-On functionality that allow users to immediately access videos, music, digital photos and other multimedia content while conserving battery life. The Sentia m3200 also features Battery Control Technology, which maximizes battery longevity and noise reduction at the push of a button.

Pricing starts at $999.

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