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Friday, 24 August 2007 11:03

Alienware installs Blu-ray drives

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$600 for read write drive

 

    Alienware will install *4X Blu-ray read/write drives to its lineup of desktop and laptops.

According to a company press release the drives can be ordered asupgrades to the default DVD/CD-ROM burners.

They will be available for the Area-51 7500, Aurora 7500, Area-51 ALXand Aurora ALX computers.

The drives, which are burners will cost $600extra.*

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