The Dell Vostro 460 is a full system at a reasonable price, and it performs well. If you're seeking a fast performer to get work done, the Vostro 460 is worth a look - but you can find speedier, sexier systems for less. It has severely limited hard-drive space (just 500GB), and it lacks peripherals and Windows 7 Professional; but as fixer-uppers go, it's a relatively inexpensive option.
The Dell Vostro 460 is a full system at a reasonable price, and it performs well. If you're seeking a fast performer to get work done, the Vostro 460 is worth a look, but you can find speedier, sexier systems for less. The Micro Express MicroFlex 25B, for instance, is faster and offers a discrete graphics card. It has severely limited hard drive space (just 300GB), and it lacks peripherals and Windows 7 Professional, but as fixer-uppers go, it's a relatively inexpensive option.
Doesn't support Windows 7 professional
The Dell Vostro 460 is a better performer and is available for a reasonable price. Though Vostro 460's performance doesn't match the MicroFlex 25B that works with discrete graphics card, it is a speedier system equipped to perform better. As far as the price is concerned, it's pricing starts from $850 U.S dollars. The setback is that, it has only 300GB of hard drive space.
remarkably fast PC
The bottom line: We have one major issue with the Velocity Micro Raptor Signature Edition (the price), and two minor ones (it's loud, for one), but those aside, this is one of the most feature-complete high-end desktops we've reviewed. Its performance is media-creation- and game-minded, and anyone buying it for those or almost any other purposes won't be disappointed.
Blazingly fast, aesthetically pleasing, and well made
The Velocity Micro Raptor Z90 is the first production rig we've tested that boasts Intel's new Core i7 microarchitecture - and it really cooks. Velocity cranked the 3.2GHz clock speed on Intel's quad-core Hyper-Threaded Core i7-965 Extreme Edition to 3.6GHz with nary a hiccup, and cooled the dang thing with air. The machine also features 6GB of DDR3/1600 and dual 512MB Radeon HD 4870s.
Great surround sound but, lacking one important feature
I had this home theater in a box for about a month so far and everything is great, 3D, built in wireless Blu ray player but lacking one important detail. The receiver have 0 Hdmi inputs so if your planning to connect more devices to use the surround sound then you will end up using Toslink cables. I am happy with my purchase and if this receiver had 2 or more Hdmi inputs then 5 stars across the board.
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