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Save $400.00 on Dell XPS One (PRODUCT) Red PC

Dell XPS OneIf you have wanted to buy a Dell XPS One (PRODUCT) Red PC and live in the U.S. but couldn’t afford it, we have a coupon code to take the $1,599.00 price tag and knock it down to $1,199.00. After selecting the XP One, enter ZX9J$$NJNS630C at checkout. The PC comes with an E4500 Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, a CD/DVD burner, and a hybrid analog/digital TV tuner with remote control. It is also Bluetooth 2.0 capable and has a wireless keyboard and mouse included. By the way, $80.00 will still go to the Global Fund, which is equal to about 6 months of AIDS of treatment for one person in Africa.

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I think , this is a great offer for people who want to buy Dell XPS One, offering a coupon of $400 is really great.
Even the specs of the system are also great.

Dang, I don’t live in the USA, but that is absolutely gorgeous. I think the PRODUCT RED is such a great idea and last year, I owned a red iPod Nano because of it.

The only reason I can see anyone purchasing this PC is for entertainment purposes.  It’s a great PC for gaming/media, but the specs aren’t that great.  With only 2 GB of RAM and 250 GB of space, I wouldn’t recommend this type of PC for those that plan on using it for saving a lot of media or even doing a lot of multi-tasking.  With a big price like this you would expect a PC to have really good specs!  I would like to have more than 250 GB of space for this price and more RAM too.  Besides the specs, I think everything else included with this PC is great.  You get a wireless keyboard and a wireless mouse.  You also get Windows Vista Ultimate, Microsoft Office 2007 and Adobe Elements software with this.  The monitor looks great and modern—Dell is great at designing good monitors!  I would certainly purchase this PC, but only if the price was lowered to a more reasonable price or at least if it had better specs for this price.  I was reading a review on CNET and this PC did have decent scores for productivity related software.  If you do have the budget though and want to buy this PC, go for it!  After all, with every purchase of this PC, $80 is donated to help eliminate AIDS in Africa.

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