Alienware DHS A Series Media Centre PC

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Alienware has earlier gathered quite a lot of consumer faith and name for churning out respectable gaming PCs. It appears that it wishes to take its line of Media Center machines to the next level. Continuing with the tradition of Media Centre PCs, the DHS A Series model is made to look just like a digital receiver, but with some serious good features.

To start with you’ll have 1,000 watts of amplification for your home theater speakers and HDMI connectors for bandwidth-demanding HD video. Your games and apps fetch the power of AMD’s Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processors, fresh from the factory and equipped with AMD Live. So that very much speaks of the company’s incessant effort to streamile and simplify you digital media centered actions. The base model, has an 160GB drive and costs a cool US$1,000, but can be configured to store up to 1.5 terabytes. Apparently Alienware plans to start shipping the A Series next year.

Alienware DHS A Series

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