Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 20th Jul 2006 22:05 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Hardware, Embedded Systems XYZComputing reviews the Alienware Aurora 7500. They find that "Alienware delivered what they promised they would, an all-out gaming computer which would be perfect for computer building novices and experts alike. The system's build quality, component choices, and performance were all up to our expectations. While Alienware was able to build a great computer, it was an expensive acquisition. At over USD 3200 dollars, one would expect a very capable gaming computer with a lot of extras. The Aurora ended up not only being very quiet for a system at its performance level, but also one which was easy to work with and fun to use.
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Whaaaaat?
by searly on Fri 21st Jul 2006 10:45 UTC
searly
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2006-02-27

Who on earth would pay that much money for a PC with WinXP Home on it ... I can get two Macs for that, hell i get a mac and ibook for that.

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