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XPS One 20" wide display with Intel® Core 2 Duo E4500 Processor(2.20GHz,2MB,800MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
Microsoft Works 8.5 - Does not include Microsoft Word, Adobe Elements Studio for XPS One
2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz - 2 DIMMs
20" WideScreen TrueLife Display
Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3100
8-in-1 Media Reader Included
320GB Serial ATA 3Gb/s Hard Drive (7200RPM) w/DataBurst Cache
8X Slot load CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW)
Hybrid Analog/Digital TV Tuner with Remote Control
Integrated 802.11a/b/g/n draft wireless card
1Yr XPS Premium Warranty Support - Priority Call In and Onsite Support
XPS One UK English QWERTY Wireless Keyboard with integrated trackpad

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#3
That's a lot of 'puter for the price

Hot
#4
Would this PC be any good for games?
#5
Nice !!
http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/dell-xps-one-with/4505-3118_7-32743745.html
Nice review at a silly price (in the US).
I take it you can't add a graphics card later ? Or upgrade the memory ?
It doesn't look wall mountable either :-(
#6
Urcky
Would this PC be any good for games?



With onboard graphics i would not have thought so.
#7
Splashmo
With onboard graphics i would not have thought so.


This certainly seems to be in the ballpark in terms of price that I'm looking to pay for a PC, however (and I don't know much about computers), should I be concerned that it will be hard to upgrade this computer to keep up with the times? For example, would I be able to put more RAM in it, etc?
#8
unbelievable price drops - tempted to get one just cos they're so cheap.

As always with Dell though, they cock it up on the small stuff - these could never be gaming machines of any note.
#9
Urcky
This certainly seems to be in the ballpark in terms of price that I'm looking to pay for a PC, however (and I don't know much about computers), should I be concerned that it will be hard to upgrade this computer to keep up with the times? For example, would I be able to put more RAM in it, etc?


If you are not looking to buy games there is no real reason you would need to upgrade for a good while going on the specs listed above.
#10
[COLOR=#282828][FONT=Helvetica]That's a really good price. A similar specced iMac is £894.00 on the Apple web site BUT the mac does have a 2.4ghz processor. I'm not trying to start any fanboy wars by the way. Just highlighting my opinion of the value.[/FONT][/COLOR]
#11
jomppa
Nice !!
http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/dell-xps-one-with/4505-3118_7-32743745.html
Nice review at a silly price (in the US).
I take it you can't add a graphics card later ? Or upgrade the memory ?
It doesn't look wall mountable either :-(


Looks like you can buy a wallmount adapter $54.95 + Shipping from US. http://www.xpsmount.com/order-xps-vesa-mount-kit.html
#13
If this had a ton of AV inputs, I would buy it as a HTTV.
#14
Not a bad price for what it is, if you want a PC to do office tasks, surf the web and as a basic HTPC this looks a good deal.

It will struggle to play HD content though which needs either a meaty CPU or GPU neither of which this has,
#15
Can the graphics be upgraded? It's just for games like sims 2
#16
Looks ok, but weedy CPU and graphics card would put me off.
You can forget games and HD video.
banned#17
Urcky
This certainly seems to be in the ballpark in terms of price that I'm looking to pay for a PC, however (and I don't know much about computers), should I be concerned that it will be hard to upgrade this computer to keep up with the times? For example, would I be able to put more RAM in it, etc?


The interior is accessible for upgrading the RAM and hard disk:thumbsup:
#18
I know the 24" version can have blu-ray and has quad core. It's a shame it's not available in the UK yet.
#19
The GMA X3100 integrated graphics aren't great, but not bad for an integrated chip. Portal runs on it just fine.
#20
OK, final question from me...

For £400 are there any better PCs out there or is this as good as it gets?
#22
Urcky
OK, final question from me...

For £400 are there any better PCs out there or is this as good as it gets?


This is a case of form over function.
Basically you could get a desktop or tower with better specs than this for similar money but it would not look as pretty and would take up more desk space.
#23
hot stuff cheers matey
#24
I am curious as too why would this pc be no good for Hd content? I thought the processor in this was a pretty good mid range processor. Is it the integrated graphics card that lets the whole pc down then?? If so surely this is a major concern for future proofing?

Out of interest would an equivalent Mac ( can you get a Mac at this price?) handle HD content a hell of alot better then?
#25
chelmsfordman
I am curious as too why would this pc be no good for Hd content? I thought the processor in this was a pretty good mid range processor. Is it the integrated graphics card that lets the whole pc down then?? If so surely this is a major concern for future proofing?

Out of interest would an equivalent Mac ( can you get a Mac at this price?) handle HD content a hell of alot better then?


With intel chips you need to look at the model number as well as the speed to gage its performance. The E4500 is now a fairly low spec CPU.

H264 and other HD content really needs either a mid to high end CPU or something like a 3870 or above GPU to take the decoding load "you can tweak your codecs to use either CPU or GPU decoding". As it stands this will not do much of a job at HDD decoding.

And no, you could not get a Mac at this price.
#26
You can get much more computer for your four hundred quid, if you get a more conventional form-factor.

Something like the DELL Vostro 420 LMT http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukbsdt1&l=en&oc=D124208&dgc=AF&cid=5213&lid=122757 comes to £447.35 including VAT and delivery, and includes a Quad Core Processor, 19" Widescreen Display, Radeon HD 3650 Graphics etc. etc. - it'll cope just fine with gaming and HD video.
banned#27
jbp
Looks ok, but weedy CPU and graphics card would put me off.
You can forget games and HD video.


The One isn't aimed at hardcore gamers but at people who want a compact computer,
#28
looks like a great deal - would i be mad to consider buying this as a glorified telly for the bedroom?

(looking for a small sized (15-20") device with a built in dvd player - need something we can both use easily, and hang on the wall).
#29
Upgrading to 3 years only costs an extra £40

Well Worth it!
#30
Looks like £58 for 3 years support ?
#31
Is this deal only available from Dell US? The link takes me to their US site.
#32
Don't know why this is so hot. Whats so special in the price?
#33
Hi,

I am struggling to why XPS Ones are expensive when comparing with HP Pavilion Elite? even though the HP configuration is really good.

Why wood I prefer XPS One, can someone put some light on this. I dont critisize Dell. I dont understand the difference why these XPS One? comparing with the below config?

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/uk/en/ho/WF06b/12454-12454-3329738-214846-214846-3794173-3818714.html

Regards
G
#34
jomppa
Looks like £58 for 3 years support ?

It appears as £40, once it's in the basket
#35
wow - amazing deal. HOT HOT HOT
#36
Awesome deal!!

Just about to buy with with another 20% discount off it making it about £320!! Incredible for the money!
#37
goodmans
Hi,

I am struggling to why XPS Ones are expensive when comparing with HP Pavilion Elite? even though the HP configuration is really good.

Why wood I prefer XPS One, can someone put some light on this. I dont critisize Dell. I dont understand the difference why these XPS One? comparing with the below config?

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/uk/en/ho/WF06b/12454-12454-3329738-214846-214846-3794173-3818714.html

Regards
G


Errrr......Size????? That link is to a normal size desktop...the XPS One is basically incorporated into the screen (as the base under the stand).

Why do people pay more for tiny laptops? Because they want smaller.
#38
Toybhoy
Awesome deal!!

Just about to buy with with another 20% discount off it making it about £320!! Incredible for the money!


How?
#39
goodmans
I am struggling to why XPS Ones are expensive when comparing with HP Pavilion Elite?


This is a picture of an iMac, but it illustrates the same point. The iMac is an all in one system like the XPS One and beside it is a regular desktop tower PC like the HP Pavilion.
http://images.apple.com/imac/design/images/gallery/imac_5_20071026.jpg
#40
djglenn1337
How?


Staff discount mate!

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