One of the ways Dell has become the number one PC maker on the planet in terms of sales is by selling cheap PCs. The company has caused ripples throughout the PC manufacturing industry by offering PCs for as little as US$299. If all you want is a basic box for web surfing, e-mailing, and word processing, it's adequate. However, if you want to move much past basic tasks, you'll quickly run into the limitations of the Dimension B110's 256MB of RAM, 80GB hard drive, integrated Intel Extreme Graphics, and Celeron D 325 CPU. Once you begin customizing your system to meet your particular demands, the price starts to rise.