Dell XPS One 27 (2710) all-in-one PC review

Dell XPS One 27 review: The XPS One 27 (2710) packs a powerful Intel third generation Core i7 CPU into a 27in form factor

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  • Expert Rating

    4.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 1,999.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Steve

5.0

1

Pros
All-round awesome beast.
Cons
Supplied mouse; access to USB ports
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Lived with the machine for six months now. Have the i7/Blu-ray version. Worth the asking price. For me occupies the sweet spot between power, compactness and style. A great allrounder/workhorse for the home developer, hobbyist and as an occasional media server. Very nice screen. I don't play games or do complex 3D rendering. Excellent build quality. Had a few OS issues of my own creation and the onboard Windows/Dell safeguards bailed me out. Windows 8 not an issue after a little tinkering :-). Nicest computer I've ever owned.

Catherine

5.0

2

Pros
Everything
Cons
HDMI connection is a little hard to get at.
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Sweet! Love the screem - vivid colors and reviews on other sites mentioned a glare, which has not been an issue for me. The remote control is a nice bonus.

robert

5.0

3

Pros
the screen hdmi out 3 megapixel screeeeeen
Cons
hdmi in and out in the back are hard to get to
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love this unit I am using it for 1 month now and no regret just great

Sejin

2.5

4

Pros
don't know yet
Cons
no double layer?
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3rd gen Core i7 CPU is $2,499, $500 more expensive.
Have not used it yet. Checking now.
DVD drive, no double layer?

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