Alienware earned an overall score of 8.8 (on a scale of 1 to 10), which represented the highest score of any Windows-based desktop manufacturer.


ALIENWARE EARNS
HIGHEST OVERALL SCORE IN PC MAGAZINE’S READER SATISFACTION SURVEY


 



Alienware Wins Readers’
Choice Award in PC Magazine’s 18th Annual Reader Satisfaction
Survey



 


MIAMI, FL – August 30, 2005 –
 
In only its first year of consideration, Alienware won a prestigious Readers’
Choice Award in PC Magazine’s
18th annual Reader Satisfaction Survey and earned an overall score
of 8.8 (on a scale of 1 to 10), which represented the highest score of any
Windows®-based desktop manufacturer.

 

The Reader
Satisfaction Survey polled nearly 14,000 computer users and appears in the
September 20, 2005 issue of PC Magazine
and online at
www.pcmag.com/sr
.   Commenting on Alienware’s performance in the
survey, PC Magazine stated,
“You couldn’t ask for a better debut.  With its first appearance in our annual
Reader Satisfaction Survey, Alienware receives a higher overall score than any
other Windows desktop manufacturer, including much larger players such as
Dell, Gateway, HP, Lenovo/IBM, and Sony.” 

 

In the
reliability category of the survey, Alienware also received the highest score
among Windows desktop manufacturers, finishing with an 8.7. 
PC Magazine
said, “Alienware’s
fast, rock-solid desktops prove that even a boutique vendor can take the
prize.”

 

“Alienware’s
high approval ratings by PC Magazine’s
readers mirror the results of recent studies by IDC,
PC World
, and others,” said Brian
Joyce, director of marketing for Alienware.  “They all reinforce the fact that
Alienware is a step above other manufacturers in performance, reliability,
service, and other factors vital to consumers”