Excerpt: It's not cheap, with prices starting at £1.6k, but there's a lot to like about the Dell Studio XPS 435. This high-tech wonder crams in all you'll need for high-end gaming, with a range-topping Intel Core i7 processor, up to a staggering an unbelievable 24GB of DDR3 memory, and the latest choice of graphics cards.
Excerpt: Sum n substance : Thumbs up :Astoundingly stylish, equipped with high end features for gamers, the cherry on the cake being the gigabit ethernet connectivity, home theatre with 7.1 surround speakers, eight USB ports, 15-in-1 card reader, stalwart chassis design. Thumbs down :Exorbitant price as compared to its other competitors, bulky, power hog, no monitor pairing, blu ray and fan door are thwarting noisy.
Excerpt: To start with it’s got a gadget case on the top of the chassis which isn’t uncommon these days to store your cell phone o probably the iPod when u need to sync it with the desktop. The USB ports facilitate easy cord connections. The side panel also displays an easy sliding motion, once unscrewed. Comparing it with its competitor Assus Essentio CG5290 it surely scores high on the looks, though the Asus has better performance, faster graphics card and more RAM.