Dell XPS 430 Desktop PC unleashed

dellx430Dell rolled out the XPS 430 desktop PC, seems like they dropped the SideShow display from the XPS 420 and made the hardware a bit beefier. Prices start at $1,099 for a rig with a Intel Core 2 Q8200 processor, ATI Radeon HD 3450, 6GB 1067MHz DDR3 memory, 640GB HDD, DVD burner, 425W PSU and Windows Vista Home Premium.

Media Powerhouse

Media-centric systems, for the creator in you. The XPSTM 420 and XPS 430 combine sophistication, the latest technology and unique features that heighten your creative potential.

  • Powerful multimedia system with up to Intel® quad-coreTM processors
  • Available high performance discrete graphics and DDR3 memory (XPS 430)
  • Unique media features including a Media XceleratorTM and digital cable support
  • Stylish design with premium materials and first-class service

For $300 more you get an upgrade to a Q9300 processor, 22″ Dell SP2208WFP display and 750GB HDD.

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