In 1996 and 1997, Dell’s Dimension XPS computer models were among the company’s top-of-the-line desktop PCs. These models were designed for power users and gaming enthusiasts, and featured high-performance processors, large amounts of RAM, and fast graphics cards. The Dimension XPS line was available in several configurations, with options for different processors, including Intel Pentium and Pentium Pro chips, and different amounts of RAM and storage. Some models also featured advanced features such as Iomega ZIP drives and high-quality sound cards. The Dimension XPS models were well-regarded for their performance and reliability, and they were popular among those who needed a powerful desktop computer for gaming, business applications, and other demanding tasks.