In gaming, to kill one's opponent. The term came from the Vietnam War, meaning to assassinate one of your own and make it look like it was done by the enemy. Obviously, the target was an unpopular member of the team.
When playing supported music or games, users can also customize new Dell-exclusive XPS LightFX technology to strobe, pulse or fade the system's 16-color lights to the beat of a song or whenever a game character fires a weapon, moves or gets fragged.
Now internet-based gamers will feel the impact of being fragged by an online nemesis thousands of miles away, while Web developers will be able to add feel sensations to their pages in Netscape(R) Navigator(TM) and Microsoft(R) Internet Explorer, and experience the worldwide web as never before.