Alienware Hangar18: HD Entertainment Center unveiled

Posted on Friday, Sep 07 2007 @ 10:41 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Alienware unveiled their new Hangar18: HD Entertainment Center at CEDIA Expo. This new system features a Blu-ray player.
The ultimate media server for the digital home of tomorrow, Alienware's new HD Media Server comes loaded with up to four terabytes of hot-swappable hard drive storage. The system enables the recording and playing back of high definition content at up to 1080p via an HDMI output, supports internal cable card (OCUR), and features a Dolby Digital 7.1 preamp output.

The Hangar18: HD Entertainment Center, already a Computer Shopper Editors' Choice Award winner, continues to build momentum by adding Blu-ray Disc, which delivers both 1080p high definition picture quality and 10x the storage capabilities of DVDs. Blu-ray Disc allows Hangar18 users to store up to 50GB of their favorite entertainment on a dual layer disc, and also provides stunning uncompressed surround sound and greater resistance to scratches and fingerprints. The Hangar18 will also be showcased with an external cable card solution, which Alienware has committed to selling only through system integrators.

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