Desktops: Dell Studio XPS 435, Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A
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Buying a desktop doesn't necessarily mean buying the latest and greatest; it all depends on the needs of the user. In this two-part review we will explore the features, performance, and design of three desktops that fill different user needs: the Dell Studio XPS 435, the Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A, and the eMachines EZ1601-01.
Dell Studio XPS 435 Desktop
The Dell Studio XPS 435 is a PC that is a jack of all trades. Whether you are a gamer, love to watch movies, or edit documents and surf the web from time to time, the Dell Studio XPS 435 can handle it all without much trouble. Itís nice to have one machine capable of doing so much, and one that looks good doing it at the same time.
The XPS 435 has a cool design that strays from the pack and can add spice to any setting, too. Of course, as with most things, it has its downfalls, but overall, the XPS 435 is a solid machine from a solid company. The Dell Studio XPS 435 retails for around $1,579.
You can also feel secure with your investment thanks to Dellís solid support. You get a one year warranty on parts and labor from the manufacturer, as well as a host of tech support options. There is 24/7 phone support, as well as live online chat. You can download information from Dellís website, and if thatís not enough, there is even software loaded on the XPS 435 that can help diagnosis most problems in case they occur.
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