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Alienware intros new Aurora 7500

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by WilHarris, 28 Jul 2006.

  1. WilHarris

    WilHarris Just another nobody Moderator

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    ALIENWARE’S BRAND NEW Area-51 7500

    Hide your Lunch Money

    The new Intel Core 2 Extreme Edition just bullied in on your old processor’s territory and its not taking any prisoners. With all new technology that truly defines next-gen speed and performance, other processors will need to start saving up for “protection services.”

    Looks aren’t everything, just the most important
    Not only is our new chassis beautiful on the outside, it supports the industry’s best graphic cards on the inside. From NVIDIA’s SLI dual graphic cards to the screaming GeForce 7950 GX2, our new chassis will make it impossible to tear your eyes away from the monitor.

    More than ever before
    Cram all your digital pictures, movies, games, and music, into the massive hard drives on the Area-51 7500 and still have room to spare. With up to 1.5 terabytes of storage you'll never have to worry about storage space.

    Life in the fast lane
    Alienware’s Area-51 7500 is equipped with the latest DDR2 memory that lets you do more quickly. Blaze through those annoying loading screens and get more of what you want, now.

    World’s First Physics Processing Unit
    The Area-51 7500 enables gaming performance beyond the combined capabilities of CPUs and GPUs by integrating a third element vital to realistic gameplay: the highly innovative AGEIA PhysX™, the first-ever physics processing unit. The PhysX adds a level of dynamic motion and interaction never before experienced in gaming by accelerating the scale and quality of real-time physics. With PhysX, visual effects such as how fluids flow and how explosions scatter debris are portrayed much more realistically to greatly enhance gameplay on PhysX-enabled game

    Show your True Colours
    Need a calming glow to foster your creative side or a burning intensity to match the determination needed to get you to the next level? Change the lighting colours on six different areas on the chassis with Alienware’s AlienFX to match your mood.

    Space to Flex your Silicon Muscles
    The Alienware P2 gives you some breathing room with extra slots, inputs and space that allow you to upgrade even our most robust desktops. We give you room to grow even if you don’t need it.

    Instant access
    No need to rummage through drawers or boxes in the garage anymore. You can crack the case and install your upgrades in no time flat with tool-less entry on Alienware’s new chassis. Now it’s ok to retire the pocket-knife and twist ties that make up your toolbox.

    The only exception to Thou Shall not Covet
    With Alienware’s new compact chassis, bold new design and multiple colours to choose from, you're not stuck with the one look that other companies make their customers conform to. We can’t help you with the envious stares your computer will get, but close the blinds so it doesn’t look like you're flaunting.

    No more Flying Blind
    Tired of feeling your way to a port to plug in your gaming pad? The Alienware P2 chassis has lighting mods that strategically light I/O ports, optical drives, and power buttons while making your desktop more captivating than a rave, without the repetitive house music.
     
  2. Stwongbad

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    Im waiting to see what that new chassis looks like because those big ol cheiftechs were not really that cool. Although i hope its smaller like they say so maybe you could bring an alienware to a LAN without a forklift >,<!
     
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    Wait no longer...

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  4. orb

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    It looks long
     
  5. img

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    and not that different. Never really liked the style. side looked nice then it looks like it hit a wall on the front
     
  6. olly_lewis

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    ...and ugly. IMO Alienware has been designing overpriced and low spec systems (for the money you pay) that you could get by building a PC and save yourself a few hundred notes and buy a few more items or improve grpahics or the CPU...
    But the case design is better than the original, but that looked ugly to and its not desk friendly with the width/length...
     
  7. hitman012

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    You pay for the service - the fact that you don't have to service, build or fix it yourself is great for people you don't have the time or skill to do so.
     
  8. Stwongbad

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    It looks....different? not tastefull...but different.
     
  9. scq

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    Not really. Just some minor changes from the old design.

    It looks somewhat cool, then after awhile, it looks gawdy and tacky. Are the older cases taller and slimmer, or is this one just wider?
     
  10. WireFrame

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    remember Dell own Alienware now aswell.....
     
  11. koola

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    wow, that looks...... ugly again :(
     
  12. zr_ox

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    They cant seriously mean that????

    To me that means the chassis is so ugly you dare not look at it! :hehe:

    And they would be right
     
  13. scq

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    I heart double entendres.
     
  14. crazydeep74

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    Ugh not pretty, too much going on, but its better than there old cases with the wide "hips" ugh that thing was horrible. I like nice clean cases with minimum crap.
     

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