Dell XPS M1730 review roundup

Darren Murph
D. Murph|12.11.07

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Darren Murph
December 11, 2007 10:02 AM
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Dell XPS M1730 review roundup

If you're down with your "laptop" weighing some 10.6-pounds, and you don't mind shelling out copious quantities of cash in order to see those frame rates hold steady in the triple digits, the XPS M1730 has your name written all over it. At least, that's what we've gathered from reading the first batch of reviews to hit the 'net. Generally speaking, the adoration for this so-called Beast was universal, as just about everyone came away thoroughly impressed with its gaming performance, mesmerizing LEDs and cutting edge hardware found all over. Truth be told, the only real digs revolved around its unwieldy size, ho hum port selection, paltry battery life and the humongous power supply. 'Course, anyone remotely interested in this thing is probably willing to deal with the aforementioned negatives in order to posses such an incredibly powerful mobile gaming rig, and if you've been holding that trigger finger waiting for the critics to give you the all clear, feel free to fire at will.

Read - HotHardware ("...a mobile gaming dream system...")
Read - CNET (8.4 out of 10; Editors' Choice)
Read - LAPTOP (4.5 out of 5 stars; Editors' Choice)
Read - PCMag (4.5 out of 5 stars; Editors' Choice)
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