Alienware Sentia m3400 notebook computer features 14-inch wide-screen LCD with ClearView technology, Intel Centrino mobile technology, a built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam, integrated wireless LAN capability, including support for 802.11a/b/g and provides more than three hours of battery life in a light and transportable four-and-a-half-pound design. Also included are up to 120 GB of hard drive space and a 4-in-1 media card reader.

ComputerAct!ve reviews Alienware Sentia m3400 and give the laptop overall rating of 3 out of 5, and concludes that there’s no denying the Alienware Sentia m3400 is a portable notebook and at 2.5Kg, it’s light too. However, the price tag doesn’t represent the kind of value seen with other notebooks of this power and size.

Good points

  • Small and lightweight
  • AlienGUIse
  • 1Gb of memory

Bad points

  • Expensive
  • Poor trackpad
  • Graphics


The Alienware Sentia m3400 is unquestionably a well-designed notebook that’s had a lot of thought gone into it. However, if you’re looking for value, there are far cheaper options.

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