Room for expansion, Energy efficient
Good performance for an office PC
The price looks a touch high
Easy release side panel, vPro technology
Powerful Core i7 processor
'good all-around desktop'
'The brightness and contrast are good enough to view photos; there is some colour shift when viewing the screen from the sides, but whatever is being displayed is still clearly visible.'
'dull, indeterminate keystroke sound'
'Outperformed by cheaper midtower desktops..'
'The built-in stereo speakers perform well enough, provided you aren't expecting much in the way of bass.'
'The trackpad on its right-hand side and left mouse button on the left-hand side of make the keyboard easy to use on a lap (there are two mouse buttons below the trackpad as well).'
'just the right price'
'nifty wireless keyboard'
'heavy system requirements'
'It should be fine for most mainstream PC titles, at least those that are currently available.'
'its performance on all our productivity and multimedia tests tells us that the system is more than capable of tackling any of today's taxing PC tasks.'
'the Dell Studio XPS 8000's hard drive layout is very poor.'
'the hard drive layout is very poor.'
'Maddening Dell DataSafe pop-ups.'
'No Blu-ray and no TV tuner, so it's limited to online HD content.'
'Touch Software Not Very Robust.'
'Speedier than Atom-powered desktops. '
'Limited upgrade potential.'
'plentiful storage space'
Easy To Upgrade
'only so-so performance'
'The Intel Core i7 processor makes this device fast and easy to multitask.'
Built-in media card reader
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