Offers an attractive, low-risk entry point to the experimental world of Google's Chrome OS
Speedy startup, Few Malware worries
Plenty of ports
Plenty of connectivity, largely safe from viruses
Lots of expansion space and internal connectors
Dynamic brightness system and Eye distance system
Screen is unattractive, Awful performance
Blacks are sort of gray, colors look washed out
Compact all in one, $500 price point
Breath takingly small, packing an entire computer into a box
Fast and future-proof system
Decent graphical capability for an all-in-one design
Decently sized 750GB hard drive
Impressive slide-out keyboard/touchpad
Super slim at 1 inch thick
Extensive media capabilities
Unique touch-pad input device
'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'
'The screen is bright and handles action well: It displayed a decent, streak-free1080p picture on our test discs like X-Men: The Last Stand and Mission Impossible .'
'The interface is responsive, and is the benchmark for upcoming Windows 7 all-in-one PCs from Acer, Asus, Dell, Gateway, and MSI.'
'speedy 64GB solid-state drive'
'the newer TouchSmarts are far more media-centric than previous generations - frankly, that's a good thing.'
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