Alienware’s Area-51m Offers User Upgradeable Graphics

Computer gaming desktop and mobile systems manufacturer Alienware has launched its redesigned Area-51m mobile gaming system. The new system features user upgradeable graphics modules, exclusive magnesium alloy case design and available 7200RPM mobile hard drives with 8MB Cache.

“Since we unveiled the new Area-51m at E3, its exclusive design and outstanding features have received an overwhelming response,” says Kevin Wasielewski, VP of marketing for Alienware Corp.

“Alienware is highly regarded as an innovator of high-end PCs and the new Area-51m notebook is no exception,” notes Jeff Fisher, exec. VP of worldwide sales at NVIDIA. “By delivering the industry leading performance of the GeForce FX Go5600, Alienware has guaranteed end-users the best mobile graphics experience available in the market today.”

The new Alienware Area-51m also boasts the following features: NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5600 128MB DDR; up to 3.20 GHz with 800MHz front side bus; 16.1″ UXGA or 15.4″ WSXGA+ LCD display; built-in 802.11a+b wireless networking technology; AlienCare advanced gaming technical support.

Alienware systems are available direct within the United States and Europe. For more information, visit www.alienware.com or call 1-800-ALIENWARE (254-3692).