Dell Blends Performance, Expandability and Design
Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) today launched a new premier desktop PC, the Studio XPS 435, built around elite performance, expandability and a bold design. The Studio XPS 435 delivers great value for digital content creators looking for power potential and for tech enthusiasts who demand the latest and greatest at an outstanding price when compared to most other “prosumer” performance systems.
The Studio XPS 435 provides intense power and expandability, perfect for the most demanding entertainment and digital content creation needs while offering unmatched reliability and style. Dell’s emphasis on a “built with you in mind” design helps ensures investment protection through its expandability, enabling easy upgrades to future technology and user-specific improvements.
Starting today, the Studio XPS 435 is available for purchase on www.dell.com with a starting price of $1,099. This system will be available first in the U.S., followed by Asia in early March and select European countries in June.
- Power and performance unleashed — the Studio XPS 435 features Intel Core i7 processors with Intel Turbo Boost Technology; up to 24GB DDR3 1066MHz Tri-Channel Memory; performance graphics up to ATI Radeon HD4870 1GB1 GDDR5 graphics; and a 475W power supply.
- The full-sized ATX tower means immense expandability for future technology upgrades including six DIMMs for up to 24GB tri-channel memory, three hard drive bays capable of up to 4.5TB2 of storage and dual optical options.
- Bold, distinctive design blends style and function for any room of the house — pure white and translucent black bezel accented with brilliant crimson orange trim; recessed media tray with 3 angled USB ports; top-mounted integrated 15-in-1media card reader; built-in infrared receiver; and optional Blu-Ray Disc.
- Available today in the U.S. on www.dell.com, with a starting price of $1,099.
1 Graphics and System Memory: Significant system memory may be used to support graphics, depending on system memory size and other factors.
2 GB means 1 billion bytes and TB equals 1 trillion bytes; actual capacity varies with preloaded material and operating environment and will be less.
|Inside View – XPS 435|
|Top View – XPS 435|