Alienware Aurora m9700 Video
Sony's Vaio AR190G notebook packs in a Blu-ray disc drive and a TV tuner alongside a 17-inch wide-screen display, a 2GHz Intel Core Duo chip, a 200GB hard drive and Nvidia GeForce Go graphics.
Meet the gamebook: Alienware's newest laptop packs Nvidia gaming graphics into a tiny 11.6-inch screen package.
The XPS 400 Media Center PC is a nicely appointed multimedia system with its dual-core Intel CPU, dual TV tuners, dual hard drives, and relatively powerful graphics.
This 19-inch wide-screen monitor packs a punch, with above-average performance, full-sounding built-in speakers, and a very sweet price.
If you can stomach the price, Alienware's Aurora ALX SLI serves up big 3D gaming performance backed by some of the best customer service you'll find.
We can't recommend the Alienware Aurora on performance and value grounds, but its unique appearance might appeal to those interested in making a statement with a gaming desktop.
Alienware again pushes the boundaries of laptop performance with high-end parts and a great-for-gaming 18-inch screen.
The wide-screen Philips Brilliance 200W6CB display performs quite well and offers some useful extras (that will cost you extra), but other displays offer more flexibility in form and function.
Being marketed as a portable, end-to-end HD studio, the VAIO AR190G offers a pretty compelling set of A/V features to back up the claim: in addition to the Blu-ray drive, a 17-inch wide-screen display (WUXGA), an HDMI output, and a FireWire connection, yo
The LG PM9700 is the company's best plasma television to date, but it's still a long way behind the competition at the price.