Alienware’s new digital home systems provide customers with an unparalleled multimedia solution by combining the capabilities of individual audiovisual components such as DVD/CD players andrecorders, radios, and a personal video recorder, similar to TiVoÂ®, into one unit with a single user interface and remote control. The DHS-301 and DHS-311, featuring Microsoft Windows XP Media CenterEdition 2004, also deliver enhanced multimedia features that allow customers to store and record CDs and access thousands of on demand movie titles and music tracks via the internet. Additionalfeatures include the ability to view, store and record photo DVD/CDs, record, pause and play back live FM radio broadcasts, and play games in a comfortable living or family room setting.
â€œAlienware media center systems take home entertainment to the next level by incorporating advanced Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 features with innovative design, unsurpassed buildquality and award-winning customer service,â€ said Kevin Wasielewski, vice president of marketing for Alienware Corporation. â€œThe Alienware digital home line of advanced media center systems deliverscompelling integrated home entertainment solutions for a variety of multimedia needs.â€
The Alienware digital home media center systems will be powered by top-of-the-line components such as IntelÂ® Pentium 4 processors, ATI Technologies graphics solutions, and hard drives with up to250GB of storage capacity. These powerful components are encased within an ultra quiet chassis featuring an exclusive Alienware design.
The systems will be on display at the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas within the MicrosoftÂ® booth at the muscle beach display.
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