The Dell Studio XPS 16 range of notebooks will now benefit from the introduction of the Intel Core i7 processor, touted to be the fastest mobile processor on the planet. In fact, if you have the budget for it, you can opt for the high end Intel Core i7 8200M 1.73GHz processor that boasts up oto 137% more performance over previous generation Core 2 Duo processors, where it will be accompanied by a 1GB ATI graphics card that ought to pump out stunning visuals on the optional 16″ 16:9 RGB LED 1080p display. You can always hook up the Studio XPS 16 to a HDTV via its HDMI port just in case you feel that 16″ of full HD goodness isn’t enough for your eyes, while you enjoy audio from its 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound system with subwoofer. You can work in the dark with this without any problem thanks to its backlit keyboard, and even when it is turned off, you can still juice up USB devices connected to it.
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