Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th Jun 2013 20:46 UTC
Games "And so it is with Dell's Alienware X51 R2, a small form factor gaming PC in console digs. It's shaped similar to Microsoft's Xbox 360 Slim, and though it's slightly larger than either a 360 or PlayStation 3, the X51 R2 would be right at home in a living room setting nestled next to a large screen TV. Indeed, it's adept at running Steam's Big Picture mode, and if your primary objective is to play games in the living room, go ahead and consider the X51 R2 a hybrid game console." This is obviously not the only machine like this - still, these are very valid console alternatives even for those that don't like being hunched over with a cramped WASD-claw. Also, PC gamers among us: could you get away with the $699 model for gaming?
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Eh, that probably seemed off-topic somewhat. The article talks about the viability of a gaming PC that costs the same as an XBox One. Conclusion: you'd be best off spending £600/$900 or more if you're buying premade, as this Alienware is.

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