July 11, 2011

Alienware adds Killer Wireless-N Technology to M18x, M17x, M14x and M11x


Killer Wireless N

Bigfoot Networks, the technology company behind the Killer line of high-performance networking products, today announced that Dell Computer Corporation is adding Killer Wireless-N 1103 high-performance network adapters as a option to all four of its latest gaming laptop PCs, including the Alienware M18x, M17x, M14x and M11x.

Building on Bigfoot Networks' history of high-performance, low-latency desktop PC networking, Killer Wireless-N 1103 adapters deliver superior wireless networking Speed with data rates up to 450Mbps . Bigfoot Networks' exclusive Advanced Stream Detect technology provides network Intelligence by automatically classifying and prioritizing latency-sensitive network traffic such as online games, HD video, voice and audio. Control comes courtesy of Bigfoot Networks' exclusive Visual Bandwidth Control application, which lets users easily manage their precious bandwidth and tune upload and download allocations for each online application. As a result, users experience optimized gaming performance, fewer video interruptions and crystal-clear audio and video conferencing.

Killer Wireless-N 1103 features:

  • Advanced Stream Detect – Automatically classifies and prioritizes online games, HD video and high-quality audio for fewer interruptions and a better online experience.
  • Visual Bandwidth Control – Enables users to see which applications are hogging bandwidth and tune allocations for each so they don't interfere with online games, video or multimedia applications, allowing users to do more online tasks simultaneously.
  • PC Monitor – Monitor and manage wireless laptop PC health and performance with graphical displays and detailed logging via an intuitive user interface.
  • Cutting-Edge 11n Performance – Up to 5X better latency than leading competitors and enhanced rate-over-range performance, with 3-stream MIMO enabling industry-leading data rates of up to 450Mbps for higher data throughput over longer distances.

Source:-Bigfoot

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