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Wednesday, 20 June 2007 21:09

Alienware reveals P2 barebone kit

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Chassis for $399,00

 

Alienware announced that it is giving a "limited-time opportunity" to purchase an Alienware P2 barebone kit. According to Alienware, this offer comes as a response to the "large number" of customers that expressed a desire to get just the chassis. We bet they didn't know that "desires" usually come with this high price tag.

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The P2 barebone kit comes in Silver or Black, and it is a limited time offer. The barebone kit is a P2 extended ATX tower chassis, with standard Astral Blue lightning. "In addition to its striking design, the case is packed with user-friendly features such as tool-less entry, easy-access front-side I/O ports and is designed for optimal airflow." Only good thing is that you get the 700W PSU, that is listed as "Standard 700-watt Multi-GPU-approved power supply", so nothing fancy.

If you have a spare $399,00 to spend, and want to brag how that chassis looks cool on your desk, head over to Alienware.


 

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