Reviews Dell XPS One (27-inch)
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RCT SCORE 6.3 / 10

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Dell introduced the XPS One all-in-one PC in the summer of 2012, but gave it a late upgrade in the fall of 2012, adding a touchscreen and the professional version of Windows 8.

The top-of-the-line One boasts an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, a 2TB hard drive with 32GB of SSD memory for faster booting, built-in Bluetooth and a DVD/Blu-ray disc drive. The 27-inch display packs the pixels, offering a resolution of 2560 x 1440. It commands a premium price of $2,600 although less expensive models that ditch the Blu-ray drive and pack a slower processor are also available.

Initial reviews for Dell's all-in-one upgrade were positive -- it appears Dell has nailed the design with a beautiful display. While the XPS One was praised for its handling of basic computing tasks and media playback, reviewers warned that it's not the computer of choice for anyone in need of graphics-intensive work, such as video-editing.

 

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Form Trumps Function
The Dell XPS One is a very pretty, powerful machine, and it will certainly add style and class to any room you put it in. Unfortunately, it's like they say: if it seems too good to be...
PC World.com
 
The Best Windows 8 All-in-One
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 PCs.
CNET.com
 
A Touch Powerhouse
As a living room PC that's dedicated to media, there's practically no faulting it, but it's not ideal for work or graphic-intensive tasks.
TechRadar.com
 
Finally, Windows Fan Get an iMac Competitor
Dell's claims of having built a truly high-end experience are positively correct. If you're a Windows fan, but have been looking for something that can hold a candle to the iMac's...
TheNextWeb.com
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