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Dell XPS 17 3D: Speedy, and in Stereo

At a Glance

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  • Dell XPS 17 3D

    Dell updates the XPS 17 with Intel's spiffy new Sandy Bridge CPU and stereoscopic 3D capability, but the latter is better for 3D Blu-ray than for gaming.

At a Glance

Dell updates the XPS 17 with Intel's spiffy new Sandy Bridge CPU and stereoscopic 3D capability, but the latter is better for 3D Blu-ray than for gaming.

Pros

  • Stereoscopic 3D capability works well
  • Audio quality is transparent and pleasing

Cons

  • GPU a little limited for stereoscopic 3D gaming
  • Bulky and heavy
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