Dell's new gaming desktop Video
Dell's XPS 700 high-end desktop lives up to our expectations and delivers a polished, powerful, cutting-edge gaming PC.
CNET.com editor Rich Brown talks with Molly Wood about Dell's upcoming gaming monster, the still-unnamed Dell XPS "something."
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The Dell Inspiron E1705 packs a solid set of multimedia features, and when configured with Intel's Core Duo processor, it has enough power to speed through virtually any task, from editing video to playing games.
Get a first look from the Labs at Dell's high-end gaming laptop.
At CES 2006, we take a look at Dell's new high-end gaming PC.
Dell's new high-end desktop comes with the latest generation of Intel CPUs, but Dell doesn't quite have the value here to make this a recommendable computer.
HP's Pavilion Elite 190T isn't the most innovative desktop, nor the best-looking. It does, however, offer Intel's six-core Core i7 980X Extreme CPU, currently the fastest desktop chip on the market. Anyone with demanding productivity needs should find this desktop a worthwhile investment.
The high-end Dell XPS 14z is an attractive, powerful 14-inch laptop built into a 13-inch body, with plenty of configuration options, including decent graphics.
Dell's updated flagship gaming desktop incorporates the latest hardware from Intel, Nvidia, and AMD into a system that delivers some very impressive gaming scores. We'd give it a higher recommendation if it wasn't so expensive compared with systems from the competition.