Desktop replacements are by definition sizeable beasts, but Dell’s XPS M2010 is exceptionally big even by the standards of its peers.
That handle and the durable magnesium alloy frame mean it’s more of a laptop than a desktop computer, but it can hold its own against most all-in-one PCs. Under the bonnet it’s got the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processor, ATI Mobility Radeon X1800 graphics card (gamers rejoice), and there’s even a Blu-Ray drive.
Connectivity options are among the most plentiful we’ve ever seen on either a desktop or laptop. Seriously, there’s almost everything. The only ports we’d really like to see, which are missing, are HDMI and e-SATA. Of course, there’s also built-in 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
What’s really funky about the XPS M2010 is that in just seconds it turns from a portable briefcase with leather-like accents into a desktop PC, making it perfect for those after infrequent mobility and uncompromising performance.
- Digital TV card
- Graphics card
- 256MB ATI Mobility RADEON X1800
- Hard drive storage
- up to 400GB2
- Internet networking capability
- Memory card slots
- Optical drive
- 8x DVD+/-RW
- Intel Core Duo T7600
- USB 2.0