LAS VEGAS -- Dell ( DELL), aiming to rope in consumers who are looking to make PCs the center of their entertainment universe, hopped aboard the digital-home bandwagon with its launch of the digital home entertainment suite and a 27-inch flat-panel monitor. Dell's home media suite, called the XPS 410, will have a Core 2 Duo processor, be loaded with Windows Vista, and include the Dell 966 all-in-one printer, Linksys router and a digital high-definition TV cable tuner. "Consumers 40 years and under say the PC is the home's most important device, ahead of their cell phones and television," said Chairman Michael Dell, in a keynote address Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show here. Dell also announced a data backup service to help customers migrate easily to the company's hardware, and it offered new products for gamers. Shares of Dell were up 45 cents, or 1.7%, to $26.62 in afternoon trading. Dell also expanded its XPS enthusiast PC line with new cooling technology that will support "overclocking" of PCs, or forcing a computer component to run at a higher clock rate than originally designed for -- something that should appeal to hard-core gamers. Called H2C, the patent-pending cooling system should find fans in those drawn to Dell's Alienware products, also targeted at gamers.