'The XPS 7100 is fully playable at three of our four game tests, including Crysis at 1,280 by 1,024: where it scored 65 frames per second (fps), World in Conflict (WiC) at 1,280 by 1,024 (82fps), and WiC at 1,920 by 1,200 (48 fps).'
'good all-around desktop system'
'capacious 1.5TB hard drive'
'Outperformed by cheaper midtower desktops..'
'The built-in stereo speakers perform well enough, provided you aren't expecting much in the way of bass.'
'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
'Super slow processor'
'new inexpensive PC'
'Mediocre graphics performance.'
'the Presario CQ5210F will be able to satisfy your needs.'
'the MS214's 18.5-inch (1366-by-768 resolution) screen doesn't do 1080p, the matte panel offers excellent contrasts without any of the unfortunate glare found on glossy-based systems.'
'good deal more performance'
'unique and futuristic exterior appearance'
'the screen is bright and sharp, with vivid colors and crisp text and icons.'
'Office 2007 Trial.'
'Limited Media Features.'
'The screen is very bright and looks pleasing to the eye.'
'Included monitor with integrated speakers. '
'Only Uses Analog VGA Output'
Very limited internal expansion
'Low Wattage Power Supply Limits Internal Upgrades.'
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