Dell has indeed something powerful to offer when it comes to desktop PCs at affordable rates. Most of the computers falling under the Inspiron series come with an Intel Pentium dual-core processor, a 19″ monitor, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3100 video card and Integrated 7.1 channel audio sound card, which provide ultimate multimedia experience.
However, the XPS series definitely stands out with distinctive features and style. They are built to occupy less space in terms of CPU attributed to its sleek and stylish built. It provides easy front-pane access to the common ports and air vents in front as well that are designed to keep it quite and cool. A plenty of ports and an optional 13-in-1 media reader provide you with much required flexibility in terms of connecting various devices to your desktop. The XPS systems also don’t compromise on performance as they are built with Intel core-2-duo or quad-core processors, depending on the system.
The XPS series desktops like, the XPS 210 are available with 20″ and 22″ wide flat panel monitors with an integrated microphone and webcam. On the other hand, the XPS 420 desktops may or may not come bundled with a monitor, they do have an integrated small LCD screen at top of CPU that is capable of displaying the sideshow media content of Windows Vista. The navigation and the menu button enable easy access to the content. The XPS 420 also provides flexibility in terms of graphics card. You can choose from ATI to NVIDIA and they also have support for future graphics solutions.
The top of the line is captured by the XPS one desktop. This one is surely to be the gem of your eyes. With a 20″ widescreen HD display, the monitor has an inbuilt 2MP camera and dual-array microphone, a slot load optical drive that can either be a DVD+R/W or Blu-ray disc drive and total wireless support with built-in 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth. Wireless keyboard and mouse and an integrated touch-pad give much required relief from the mess made by the cables and give you the feel of a laptop.
There is also a multimedia control panel built on right side of the monitor to access music. This panel motion sensors that make it proximity-sensitive. In addition, it has a one-touch display control to dim the monitor when required. SAVE POWER!