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    Dell Rolls Out Studio Desktop,Studio Slim

    It looks like those thrown off by Dell’s curvy Studio Hybrid desktop now have some more familiar boxy options to consider, as the company has just rounded out its Studio line with its new Studio Desktop (MT) and Studio Slim (ST) models. From the looks of it, the two boast many of the same specs, including your choice of Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processors, up to 8GB of RAM, integrated 7.1 audio, optional Blu-ray drives, and optional discrete ATI graphics if the usual integrated fare isn’t enough for you. The big advantage of the Studio Desktop, as you might have guessed, is greater expandability, including an extra 5.25-inch drive bay and a beefier 350W power supply (compared to just 250W on the Studio Slim). Prices start at $549 for each and both are available to order right now.
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    Perfect for small offices and cramped homes, the Dell Studio Slim measures less than 4" tall when on its side, making it an unobtrusive neighbor beside your current DVR set in the living room.
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    The price is very high.
    Patience is a virtue

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    Dell's Studio Desktop is cool guys. Take a look at it. I bet you will love it.

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    Dell extended its range of desktop Studio, until now represented exclusively by Studio Hybrid, with two new models: the Studio as a standard and Studio Slim Desktop with ultra-flat.


    Configurable through a large number of options, as always with Dell, this new range starts with a housing market as a standard 400 euros. This model is equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo E2200 clocked at 2.2 GHz, 2 GB of DDR2 memory at 800 MHz, a 250GB hard drive, a graphics chip Intel GMA X4500 HD and a DVD.

    A Blu-ray, a TV tuner card compatible with Windows Media Center remote and a keyboard / mouse wireless are also available as an option. Combined with the HDMI output of the integrated graphics chip default or optional ATI graphics cards, these options make these machines companions families for digital entertainment and high definition, dixit Dell. These machines have finally set of 6 USB 2.0 ports, a Firewire port and a multi-player maps.

    They are already available in the online shop of the manufacturer and are associated with 1 year warranty and Windows Vista Home. It is not possible to separate the license Windows to Ubuntu on these machines.

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