Excellent value, Discrete graphics, Good gaming performance.
Attractive case, Builtin WiFi.
Very good gaming performance. 6-core AMD Phenom II processor. Intelligent solution to bloatware problem. 15-month McAfee Security Center subscription. 802.11a/b/g/n wireless. Immobilizing bracket on graphics card. HDMI, eSATA, DisplayPort. Blu-ray.
Customizable, Well Priced, Includes LCD Monitor
Not much room for upgrades, Bluray drive costs extra
Less legacy technologies. Expansion space is mostly full.
Some Upgrades As Expensive As Buying And Installing Your Own Parts, Lacks Second Graphics Card Slot For CrossFire Graphicss, Below Average Sized Hard Drive
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2010
The Dell Studio XPS 7100 is a capable mainstream desktop, with power to spare for everyday computing and most processor-intensive tasks. It also is a more-than-respectable gaming machine, offering very good gaming performance for the price. Although...-
By HardwareHeaven on August 23, 2010
Lets face it, everyone would love to have the fastest system money can buy, one which excels at all tasks and was created with a cost no object approach. The fact is though that few of us can afford to create such a system and so we have to go...90
By PC Advisor on August 10, 2010
If you're unperturbed by the limited upgrade potential (a standard caveat for systems from the bigger PC vendors), the Dell Studio XPS 7100 is a solid choice. It combines an attractive chassis with strong general and gaming performance, and it adds...80
By PCWorld on August 09, 2010
Versatile, attractive, and capable--Dell’s Studio XPS 7100 lacks upgrade potential, but it’s a strong contender for the media-savvy set. Shop for the Studio XPS 7100 MerchantPriceMerchant Rating $699.99 Learn More » 4 Reviews » See...80
By Dev Hardware on July 27, 2010
The Dell XPS 7100 is a great choice if you are looking for a mid-range desktop that can handle gaming. Its performance is good enough for various tasks, and the inclusion of a Blu-ray drive and Wi-Fi make this an attractive PC for your...-
By PC Mag on July 09, 2010
The Dell Studio XPS 7100 sits at a genre-straddling nexus as a multimedia PC that also plays 3D games...80
By HotHardware on July 05, 2010
Dell's Studio XPS 7100 line is intended to appeal to a wide audience, and the top-end configuration takes particular aim at gamers. That doesn't mean the system we reviewed today is an all-out hardcore gaming machine -- nor is it intended to be...-
By About.com on January 01, 2010
Pros: Customizable, Well Priced, Includes LCD Monitor
Cons: Some Upgrades As Expensive As Buying And Installing Your Own Parts, Lacks Second Graphics Card Slot For CrossFire Graphicss, Below Average Sized Hard Drive80
By Komputer for Alle on April 25, 2011
Serien har AMD-processorer med hele seks kerner samt et bredt udvalg af ram, harddiske og grafikkort. Modellen, som vi testede, har en 2,6 GHz processor, 4 gigabytes ram, 1 terabyte harddisk og et Radeon HD 5670-grafikkort. Der følger mus og...60