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Official Computer of Ryan Henley

Of all of the computers that I have purchased in my life, all but one has been made by Dell- the lone outsider being the first computer that I bought on my own (a Compaq) and, since then, Dell has taken over, and never looked back.

I really like the versatility in their models that Dell produces but without skimping on the production capability. Whether you are a casual user looking for a computer to do basic tasks (ex. academic purposes), or you are an advanced user looking for something with power and durability to handle complex tasks (ex. gaming, design, animation), Dell will have the right system for you, and the system will do what you want it to do. I have been a buyer of their XPS line since 2005 -- of which they are still going strong -- because of the power and durability that the line offers for my graphic design, video editing, and animation projects.

Don't be fooled by this recommendation, though; Dell is so much more than just computers. I, however, just happen to be in the business of buying computers more than any other form of technology, and, thus, my endorsement on their computer-making. But, seriously, visit their site and you can see (and shop) all of the different things that Dell is into these days.

Eventually, I will likely get the XPS 12 Ultrabook Convertible because it blends the laptop and tablet PC with the reliable history and performance that XPS has provided me over the years. I highly recommend them.