Miami, FL (November 16, 2005)–Alienware has introduced the new MJ-12 m7700a, the AMD-complement to Alienware’s mobile workstation line for the commercial segment. Targeted to the corporate, government, or education customer and the creative professional, the MJ-12 m7700a is an alternative for anyone looking to replace their desktop workstation without sacrificing performance. The MJ-12 m7700a comes loaded with desktop-equivalent processing and graphics capabilities as well as dual hard drives and optical drives.
The MJ-12 m7700a is available with AMD dual-core Opteron processors. With this chipset option, the MJ-12 m7700a is equipped to deliver maximum performance, reliability and stability for demanding digital content and memory-intensive applications.
The MJ-12 m7700a also features the latest graphics technology from NVIDIA, such as the Quadro FX Go 1400 card, as well as a 17″ wide-screen LCD with ClearView technology that provides a crisp, vibrant display and plenty of workspace for any application. In addition, the MJ-12 m7700a supplies storage and backup flexibility with support for dual hard drives in RAID 0 or 1 configurations and options for CD-RW/DVD and DVD R/W optical drives.
“Alienware is proud to continue offering breakthrough innovations ahead of all other system manufacturers by delivering the MJ-12 m7700a, the industry’s first AMD Opteron processor and NVIDIA Quadro graphics based mobile platform,” said Frank Azor, senior vice president and general manager of Alienware’s Worldwide Product Group. “Our steadfast commitment to providing high-performance systems coupled with award-winning service, support and style provide the ideal solution for Alienware corporate customers.”
“AMD and Alienware have an impressive history of working together to provide customers with award-winning desktop workstations based on open industry platforms with true best-of-breed components,” said Chris Cloran, director of AMD’s Mobile Division, Microprocessor Solutions Sector. “The MJ-12 m7700a will give creative professionals and commercial users the flexibility to take extreme PC workstation performance and simultaneous 32-bit and 64-bit computing anywhere they need to go thanks to the unparalleled AMD dual-core Opteron processor.”