Monday, November 30, 2009

Dell Studio XPS 8000 Review
Budget desktops and high-end gaming rigs seem to get all the desktop-PC headlines these days. The pragmatic, however, know that best desktop to get day-to-day tasks done falls somewhere between the two extremes: the lowly and oft-overlooked mainstream desktop. But just because a computer is a workhorse doesn’t mean it has to look like one. Take, for instance, the Dell Studio XPS 8000, which starts at $699. Keeping with the theme that beige boxes are long dead, the Studio XPS 8000 is a midtower model with a flat white chassis, a shiny black front bezel, and silver trim. It has a snazzy-looking exterior that manages to be understated at the same time...