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July 15, 2004
Alienware, manufacturer of high-performance desktop, notebook, and professional systems, announced the launch of a new line of high-performance mobile Digital Audio Workstations for pro-audio, pro-sound, and recording professionals. Optimized for audio recording, editing, and sound engineering applications.
The OZMAm is available with either a 15.4"1680x1050 or 16.1" 1600x1200 LCD display, and powered by Intel Penitum 4 HyperThreading CPUs ranging from 3.0 to 3.4 GHz, including an Extreme Edition 3.2 GHz with 2.5MB cache.
The made-to-order machines include an M-Audio Firewire 410 audio interface or optional controller and NVIDIA Quadro FX Go1000 graphics card, and comes installed with your choice of software options from Cakewalk, Steinberg, Sony, and Adobe.
For more information, visit their web site at www.alienware.com