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The XPS One 27 is one of the most rounded all-in-one alternatives in the market. You get a beautiful 27-inch, 2560 x 1440 resolution display, a powerful processor, 1TB+ of storage, a great port selection and GPU power — you’ll get decent gaming performance but it's certainly no powerhouse for that purpose as most AIOs.
Super high resolution display.
HDMI and S/PDIF out.
Brand-new CPU and graphics chips offer excellent performance.
USB 3,0 ports.
HDMI in and out.
MSATA with Intel SRT.
802,11 a/b/g/n 2,4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi.
Internal power supply (No power brick).
No confusing USB 2,0 ports.
PC must be powered on to use its HDMI input and to charge connected USB devices.
A new adjustable display support arm is welcome, but stops short of reclining a full 90 degrees.
No touch-screen option for Windows 8 upgrades.
Mobile-class graphics not up to gaming at the screen's native resolution.
Plastic back feels flimsy compared to Apple's aluminum-clad iMac
Boring (but wireless) keyboard and mouse.
USB 3,0 ports aren't blue.
By uk.hardware.info on April 08, 2013
If you want an all-in-one with a large, beautiful IPS display with a nice resolution of 2560x1440, but don't want to spend an arm and a leg? Then there isn't a whole lot of choice. Apple has the 27-inch iMac, and HP has the even more expensive...
By Expert Reviews on January 23, 2013
It’s got a beautiful screen and powerful hardware, but adding a touchscreen makes it very expensive...
By Maximum PC on November 26, 2012
OK, our first look at the Dell XPS One’s gorgeous display didn’t leave us quite as flabbergasted as astronaut David Bowmanstaring into the monolith at the end of 2001: A Space Odyssey. But the absolutely gorgeous Samsung PLS panel—with...
By PCPer on November 19, 2012
This was my first system review as a whole. It certainly was a learning experience as compared to reviewing individual parts that then go on to make the whole. As such we need to focus on overall design, fit and finish, and functionality. ...
By cnet on October 23, 2012
Updated with a touch screen, a new stand, and up-to-date components, the Dell XPS One 27 leads the inaugural class of Windows 8...
By APC Magazine on October 10, 2012
'If you can't beat 'em, clone 'em' seems to be the mantra behind this stunning 27inch all-in-one PC design. With Apple's iMac continuing to sell like hotcakes, we can forgive Dell for crafting its premium all-in-one in the same...
By FutureLooks on September 18, 2012
While no one at Dell is going to admit it, they do borrow some inspiration from a certain company in Cupertino. The XPS 13 ultrabook is meant to compete with the MacBook Air and the XPS One 27 goes head-to-head against the iMac. That’s obvious...
By Trusted Reviews on August 30, 2012
27in, 2560 x 1600 touchscreen Unveiled at , the Dell XPS One 27 is the company's latest all-in-one (AIO) PC, and it looks like being its best yet. With a 10-finger sensing, quad HD 27-inch touchscreen display that can fold flat, it looks like...
By Computer Shopper on June 12, 2012
With its stunning screen, fast next-gen processor and graphics, SSD, and six USB 3.0 ports, Dell's XPS One 27 is the best Windows-based all-in-one we've seen yet....
By HotHardware on June 01, 2012
If you have a preconceived notion that all-in-one systems lack any kind of adrenaline, it's time you revisited the form factor. As configured, Dell's XPS One 27 hit the ground running and never let up. The combination of an Ivy Bridge processor...
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