as you may know, Dell bought Alienware. Alienware are one of the few who create laptops with desktop components - which are generally faster-performing than their laptop-equivalents.
On the downside, they are power-hungry and generate more heat - and more expensive.
Nevertheless, for gaming, they are among a very select few providers who can keep up with the desktops.
Check this link out: http://alienware.com/product_pages/notebook_all_default.aspx
On a side note: those glossy monitors are absolutely horrendous for reflections. Great for headaches and pictures both..lol. I'd never use one on a laptop for any kind of mobile computing - how they came up with this idea when the entire industry for monitors have struggled for a decade to reduce reflections is beyond me. Only thing more surprising is that people actually buy these glossy screens. In a dark room with no light behind you they are great, I'm sure.
Good luck with your choice.