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Old 17-01-2009
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Dell XPS Studio 16

The notebook journal editorial picks for the new top model from Dell in the editorial. Equipped with a Blu-ray drive and T9600, we expect the full multimedia enjoyment. Equipped with an ATI Mobility Radeon HD3670 we hope no gamer fitness. Thanks to Full HD display we could visually appealing notebook but its ability to convince movie.
What do you think?


Configuration:
- Dell XPS Studio 16
- Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T9400 (2.53 GHz
- Windows Vista Home Premium
- 4GB DDR3 RAM
- 512MB ATI Radeon HD3670 graphics
- 500GB 5400rpm
- 16.4 "Full HD
- Blu-ray Disc
- Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements
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Re: Dell XPS Studio 16

Finally a 16.x inch Dell! Was my first thought ...
After looking its online configuration:
1. Only mirror displays selectable
2. Definitely too expensive
And the time of the bargain is in the "superior" Dell-NBS probably gone for good.
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Re: Dell XPS Studio 16

Looking at the market for other FullHD RGB LED displays in notebooks, so you can find other than Sony and HP nix. And in comparison to the prices that manufacturers call this, the 16 test XPS bargain. And the HP 8730w with Dream Color display is in price areas, which are unacceptable to me.
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Re: Dell XPS Studio 16

Personally I believe the Dell XPS Studio 16 is very well located and its style and its equipment until I find a few points are also quite successful. Since my focus is on multimedia, It puts live graphics solution for pure Gaming , I think. Time watching what is happening in the relationship of the test says.
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Re: Dell XPS Studio 16

Machine is an awesome machine, just bought one, but ***WARNING*** - unless you want a useless melted piece of plastic, you MUST use a lap board or table. DO NOT PUT ON YOUR CLOTHING! All the air intakes are on the bottom of the laptop, and the hard drive will start having write errors in about a half hour. That crazy spinning noise - it's the fan not getting any air to cool the drive, memory and processor! Otherwise, absolutely amazing.
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