Sunday, 6 June 2010

Dell Studio XPS 8100 Desktop PC Boasts Core i5 & i7 Processors Promises a ‘More Immersive Media Experience’

Dell has updated its range of Studio XPS desktop PCs with the new Intel
Core i5 a
nd Core i7 touting Dell Studio XPS 8100 which is billed as offering a
more immersive media experience thanks, in no small part, to packing THX
TruStudio PC technology, GPU options up to an ATI Radeon HD 5770 or
Nvidia GTX 260 and, by no means least, optional 3D visual output.
The new Dell Studio XPS 8100 Desktop PC, as with the vast majority of
Dell s offerings, has a considerable range of user optional available
but, if you want to kit out the XPS 8100 with the highest configuration
available you can factor in up to 16GB of DDR3 1333MHz SDRAM, dual 1TB
SATA HDDs in RAID 0 configuration, Blu-ray Burner, 1792MB Nvidia GeForce
GTX260 graphics, TV tuner with remote, and integrated WiFi (yes, WiFi is
just anย optionalย extra which, lets be honest here, is pretty lame).
If you re happy not to opt in for all the bells and whistles and go for
the lowest spec Studio XPS 8100 available you ll find the price coming
in at a pretty reasonable $649 but, as you ll appreciate, the moment you
start getting in and adding extras or going for upgrades you ll see the
overall cost escalate (potentially) pretty steeply.
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