Dell is facing a growing number of complaints over its computer deal with Alienware, the computer company formerly known as Dell.
In a statement to Ars, Dell said it will be moving to a new, more secure method of accounting for sales of Dell’s computer, which is expected to generate revenue that is expected in the range of $100 million to $200 million a year.
This includes a variety of sales to foreign customers.
In the statement, Dell also said it is changing the way it will report sales of its computer to investors and will provide a more complete breakdown of its sales in future reports.
Alienware Computer: The company behind the Alienware desktop computers.
Dell is in the process of renegotiating the contract that it signed with Alienvox.
Alienvax said in a statement that it was unable to confirm or deny the authenticity of the documents.
The contract is expected close to Christmas.
The move comes as the PC market has been slow to grow and consumer spending on computers has been in decline for some time.
Dell’s new computer will have a dual-core, four-thread Intel Pentium processor and will cost about $3,800.