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Alienware, never afraid of spec'ing its machines just a little bit ahead of the curve, has just introduced 4x Blu-ray drives into its Area-51 7500, Aurora 7500, Area-51 ALX, and Aurora ALX desktops, making the systems the first in the industry (or so they claim) to carry the faster drives. The new a

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August 23, 2007 at 12:35PM
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When reviewing a computer from Alienware (or any other \"boutique\" electronics manufacturer, for that matter) it's difficult to compare to other systems on the market, mainly because these machines will offer a lot more power than your typical white box PC but also cost a good deal more than a simil

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We're sure this whole all-caps \"LIVE!\" thing is going to get old after a while, but for now we'll revel in AMD's attempt at a Viiv competitor and bother you with all sorts of systems based on it. Alienware has not only packed this new spec into their new Aurora 7500 and Area-51 7500 desktops, but

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