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Alienware Provides Innovative New Digital Home System With Their New Media Center PC

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MIAMI, FL — September 28, 2005 – Alienware, an award-winning innovator in digital home systems, announces a new digital home solution that offers complete networked digital media distribution, as well as automation of everything in the home from lighting and security to pools and spas. Alienware’s latest digital home innovation provides multi-zone streaming of audio, video, and pictures and features a convenient touch-screen remote control with two-way WiFi communication, one-touch system control, fully configurable interface, and easy-to-use drag-and-drop functionality.

Since becoming a Microsoft media center launch partner in 2002, Alienware has developed an award-winning reputation for advancing digital home technology. Alienware’s line of DHS digital home systems have earned numerous awards and praise throughout the industry from publications such as Home Theater magazine, The New York Times, PC World, and CNET, which gave Alienware the “Next Big Thing” award during CES 2005. Home Theater magazine called Alienware’s DHS 5 system “a well-built, cleverly designed, and powerful PC that offers all of the options that both home theater and computing buffs would expect.”

The DHS 5 system delivers innovations like drop-and-play gaming through DISCover My Games technology and up to .8 terabytes of integrated storage capacity, as well as three TV tuners and support for HDTV. Featuring a blue-illuminated InfoPanel display on the front exterior, the fully-integrated, ultra-quiet DHS 5 gives users all the features of a DVD player, CD player, DVR, VCR, high-performance PC, and other entertainment devices in one system.

“Alienware’s presence within the digital home market began with being a launch partner with Microsoft, continued with the groundbreaking arrival of DHS systems, and now expands further with the introduction of a new digital home solution at CEDIA EXPO,” said Humberto Organvidez, Chief Technology Officer of Alienware. “This solution simplifies users’ lifestyles by utilizing standard networking protocols to deliver home theater control, home automation, and digital media distribution.”

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