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Dell announces World of Warcraft edition laptops


This morning Dell has announced their new XPS M1730 World of Warcraft edition laptop. Details are a bit sketchy, but the hardware configuration seems to match the rest of the XPS M1730 line-up, with a few extra touches for the WoW player on the go:
  • custom World of Warcraft cases design for Alliance and Horde
  • a built-in Logitech GamePanel LCD (perhaps akin to that on the G15 keyboard?)
  • pre-loaded with World of Warcraft, The Burning Crusade, and all content patches
  • the package comes with all sorts of WoW-related swag, including a key to upgrade your account to the collector's edition and a beta key for a future Blizzard game
If you happen to be in the market for a $4500+ gaming laptop (yes, you read that right), the installed content patches alone may make this one worth a look. (To those of you who haven't had the pleasure of installing World of Warcraft from its original game disks: trust me, you never want to.) Our friends over at GameDaily are already asking: is it worth the price tag?

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