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Dell Studio XPS 7100

Dell configured the all-AMD Studio XPS 7100 squarely at gamers, throwing in a powerful 3D card to offset the slow six-core AMD CPU. The result is a fast gaming PC with well-rounded features for an affordable price thanks to a two-month-long special offer. Get it while you can and enjoy fast PC gaming at a great price.

11 June 2010

4 stars Editors' rating 11 June 2010

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Dell Studio XPS 1647

The inclusion of Core i5/Corei7 processors to Dell's Studio XPS line adds performance where it matters, but battery life is still a concern.

14 May 2010

4 stars Editors' rating 14 May 2010

Typical price: $1,699.00

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Dell Studio XPS sx8100-1408NBC

The Dell Studio XPS SX8100-1408NBC will satisfy most mainstream consumers with its capability to handle typical computing tasks from photo editing to modest PC gaming. While other PCs in this price range may perform better with apps that target multicore CPUs, this Dell offers everything we expect in a desktop for day-to-day use.

23 July 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating 23 July 2010

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Dell Studio XPS sx8100-1986NBC

This retail version of the Dell Studio XPS 8100 isn't remarkable in any one area, but its value and its overall capabilities are more than adequate to meet the needs of a mainstream shopper with an eye on gaming and general performance. That it's a pretty good deal doesn't hurt either.

22 March 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating 22 March 2010

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Dell Studio XPS-122B

Even though Dell's Studio XPS-122B has the latest Intel CPU, its sparse configuration feels like a throwback. This is not to say it's slow or lacking in features, but you'll find this system has relatively few aspirations aside from serving as a standard desktop. We recommend it to anyone in need of raw computing power for an affordable price.

16 March 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 16 March 2009

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Dell Studio XPS 16

The Dell Studio XPS 16 adds upscale extras, such as a leather trim and backlit keyboard, to a standard set of components, without raising the price excessively. Despite a poor battery life that limits its portability, it's a strong performer and is particularly good at handling high-definition content.

12 February 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 12 February 2009

Typical price: $2,308.10

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Dell Studio XPS 8000-2361JBK

The retail version of Dell's Studio XPS 8000 desktop might lack some of the charm of its direct-from-Dell counterpart, but its strong price-performance offering makes it easy to overlook the minor cosmetic deficiencies. That and its admirable power consumption make this system an impressive all-purpose midrange desktop.

9 December 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 9 December 2009

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Dell Studio XPS 9000 (formerly XPS 435)

The Dell Studio XPS 435 successfully overcomes our bias against desktops that claim to be experts at everything through charming case design and a strong configuration at a relatively fair price. It misses greatness because of a handful of minor missteps, but if you need a do-it-all mainstream tower system, this Dell more or less covers all the bases.

10 August 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 10 August 2009

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Dell Studio XPS

You can find flashier PCs than Dell's $1,299 Studio XPS, but few have as much power where it counts. We don't recommend its small, pared-down case for upgraders, but this PC will satisfy anyone who needs a loaded, powerful PC for gaming and consumer-level digital media editing.

19 November 2008

3.5 stars Editors' rating 19 November 2008

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Dell Studio XPS X1340-024B

The Dell Studio XPS X1340-024B is an attractive 13-inch laptop and a capable performer, but it tends to run hot and its poor battery life will leave you cold.

6 August 2009

3 stars Editors' rating 6 August 2009

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