The new iMac for PC users: Dell XPS One

The new all-in-one iMac is definitely turning heads.  But, what if you are a die-hard PC user?  You may opt to go with Dell’s new XPS One.  This computer also packs eveything into the pack of the LCD monitor.  Dell’s 20″ desktop computer has everything the Mac has and a few more tricks.  It has a built-in TV tuner so can you watch television from your computer.  You may also throw in your memory cards for quick viewing in the integrated picture card slot.  Wave your hand near the screen and quick media controls are available.  Further, USB slots are easily accessible from the front of your system instead of reaching far into the back like the iMac. 

So, which one should you go with?  The default configurations are $300 cheaper with the iMac, but you’ll get more hard drive space and RAM with this factory-configuration on the XPS One.  As always, you’ll need to bulk up with anti-virus and anti-spyware software for the PC which could slow down Windows users.  As per the operating systems, Windows Vista is coming out with Service Pack 1 shortly so the Vista vs. Leopard showdown should be a wash post SP1.  In the end, it comes down to which operating system you are more comfortable with:  Windows or Mac.

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