Dell Introduces New XPS 710 H2C Gaming System, 27- and 22-Inch Widescreen Flat-Panel Monitors, and a Home Media Suite
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) added a high-performance desktop to its portfolio of XPS™ products, and introduced two new widescreen flat-panel displays and a Digital Home Media Suite, here today at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Details and availability of the new products are provided below. More information, including high-resolution images, is available at www.dell.com/ces2007news.
Dell XPS 710 H2C Edition Gaming Desktop
The XPS 710 H2Ceramic (H2C) Edition desktop comes in a midnight-black chassis and offers patent-pending cooling technology designed for serious gamers who want to push performance beyond tested limits. Dell developed the H2C design to better cool the processor, extend its life and help the system run more reliably than conventional cooling systems even when the system is overclocked. The Intel quad-core processor is factory overclocked1 for extreme gaming and video editing, and backed by specialized XPS technicians.
Dell’s H2C cooling system is a custom two-stage process. First, a liquid-to-air heat exchanger that works like a car’s radiator removes most of the heat from the processor. Then, a fluid chiller removes more heat with ceramic-based thermoelectric cooling (TEC) modules like those used in space shuttles to transfer heat from the sunny side to the cold, dark side in space. Sensor controls help prevent the formation of frost or condensation by helping to keep the processor slightly above ambient room temperature.
The XPS 710 H2C Edition starts at $5,499 and is available worldwide. The base configuration includes:
Dell UltraSharp™ 2707WFP 27-Inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor
Dell’s first 27-inch monitor features a stylish, brushed aluminum bezel atop a black glass stand that can also tilt and swivel. The monitor’s Dell TrueColor technology provides 92 percent color gamut coverage of the NTSC color space to gamers, photographers and digital media “prosumers” thereby enabling highly vibrant and vivid images such as deeper reds and crisper blues. The wider color spectrum expands capabilities for users whether they are editing video, working with CAD applications or enjoying the latest games. It’s available immediately in the U.S. and starts at $1,399. Additional features include:
Dell E228WFP 22-Inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor
With a 5-millisecond response time6, the Dell E228WFP widescreen flat panel LCD monitor presents images, documents, graphics and video with stunning detail, vivid color and smooth motion. The 22-inch widescreen display delivers price/performance and rich productivity features, and can also be used for watching videos and playing games. It’s available immediately in the U.S. and starts at $329. Additional features include:
Dell Home Media Suite
For the first time, Dell is introducing a bundle of products that will gear up the family room—or any room—of a home. The bundle will enable customers to receive digital cable, including premium high-definition programming, and easily view or record it onto PCs.
The Home Media Suite, available in the United States after the introduction of Microsoft’s Vista operation system later this month, will include the following:
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1 Overclocking may cause system instability and reduce the operating life of your system components. Dell Tech Support will verify the full functionality of the CPU at the factory default setting and support the CPU performance settings available within the system BIOS. Dell does not provide technical support for any hardware or software issues arising from any third party application, such as NVIDIA nTune 5.0, used to enable overclocking.
2 The total amount of available memory will be less than 4GB. The amount less depends on the actual system configuration. To fully utilize 4GB or more of memory requires a 64-bit enabled processor and 64-bit operating system.
3 For hard drives, GB means 1 billion bytes and TB equals 1 trillion bytes; actual capacity varies with preloaded material and operating environment and will be less. On Dimension, XPS, and Inspiron systems, for Norton Ghost 10, Norton 7 Restore and Dell DataSafe users, up to 25% of the stated hard drive capacity may be utilized by your system as dedicated backup space. With Dell Factory Image Restore installed, Windows Vista users will have 10GB of their hard drive capacity set aside for a recovery image.
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5 Typical response time is 6 ms from grey to grey and 16 ms from black to white.
6 Typical response time is 5 ms from grey to grey.
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