Dell XPS 210

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The good: New Core 2 Duo CPU bolsters performance; Dell’s DellConnect support leaves the troubleshooting to the professionals. The bad: Innovations in design since the case’s debut 14 months ago make the XPS 210 feel clunky; lazy absence of internal Wi-Fi. The bottom line: With so many systems on the market that have planted their home-theater flags deeply in the living room rug, Dell’s noncommittal XPS 210 feels too much like it’s trying to please everyone. The addition of Intel’s Core 2 Duo chips helps overall performance, but in general, this small-scale desktop needs more than a new brain to keep up with the competition.



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