Alienware Area 51 gaming PC
Odd looking gaming PC from Alienware Area 51
Alienware has managed to deliver a unique futuristic look to their flagship Game PC lineup. It offers a fresh, new approach to PC chassis design. Alienware has designed the system not as a traditional rectangle, but as a triple-bay hexagon. The “triad chassis,” company name, focuses on cooling efficiency and ergonomics.
Alienware Area 51 will come with bays for up to three conventional hard drives and two SSD drives. Wireless ac is built into the system by default, and you can even install an optional 1.5-kilowatt power supply to fuel all your components.
Each system will also be over clocked and liquid cooled for a speedy performance. It will start shipping in the U.S. in October 2014.
Alienware is an American computer hardware subsidiary of Dell, Inc. Their hardware is designed for gaming purposes and has changed in physical appearance over the years. Alienware was founded in 1996 by Nelson Gonzalez and Alex Aguila. Alienware name was chosen because of the founders’ fondness for the hit television series The X-Files, hence the theme to their products, with names such as Area-51, Hangar 18 and Aurora. Dell bought Alienware in 2006.
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Futuristic chassis design.
Hexagon design looks pretty cool.
Looks better than Apple’s MacPro.
You can build your own for ½ the price.