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XPS One, Dell's answer to the iMac - £1150.33 delivered

Introducing the XPS One. High-def entertainment, XPS performance and simple set-up. A gorgeous machine with abundant possibilities.

The Intel Core 2 Duo that powers it is optimised for processor-intensive multimedia and applications, driving your PC and digital entertainment experience further and faster than ever before.

To help you stay in touch with friends and interact with the online community, the XPS One features a discreet 2-megapixel webcam and enhanced-capture, dual-microphone array with noise cancellation. LED lights tell you when the camera is on and stay dark when it’s not in use.

Even when space is at a premium, the Dell XPS One is a perfect fit. Just over 16" tall with a single cord that rests flush against the body of the computer, it sits comfortably in even compact workspaces.

Dell sells the XPS One for £1150.33 delivered. This is after £70 money off and a free shipping voucher. Go to Dell's site and look for D05X1052.

XPS One RED 20" wide display with Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6550 Processor(2.33GHz,4MB,1333MHz)
Microsoft Application Software Microsoft Works 8.5 - Does not include Microsoft Word, Adobe Elements Studio for XPS™ One
Memory 2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz - 2 DIMMs
Monitor 20" WideScreen TrueLife Display
Video Card 256MB ATI® Mobility Radeon® HD 2400
Floppy Drives and Additional Storage Devices 8-in-1 Media Reader Included
Hard Drive 500GB Serial ATA 3Gb/s Hard Drive (7200RPM) w/DataBurst Cache™
Optical Devices 8X Slot load CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW)
TV Tuner and Remote Control Hybrid Analog/Digital TV Tuner with Remote Control
Gedis Bundle Reference D05X1052
Order Information XPS Desktop 630 Order - UK
Standard Warranty 1Yr XPS Premium Warranty Support - Priority Call In and Onsite Support

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