Dell XPS One 27 announced


Dell has just announced the XPS One 27, where it comes in a stunning design as well as vibrant display, making it the largest all-in-one computer from Dell to date with 27″ of viewing goodness. Not only that, there are the new Inspiron One 23 and Inspiron One 20 that help do away with clutter and simplify life for family entertainment, but we will concentrate on the Dell XPS One 27 for now. Dell’s reimagination of the XPS One 27 will target those who want a beautifully designed system that paves the way for multimedia creation and entertainment.

It is said that the XPS One 27 is capable of offering a big-screen experience right in the comfort of your living room, and is one of the most vibrant displays from Dell to date. Delivering 27-inches of stunning 2560 x 1440 Full Quad HD clarity and color, it features a wide format 16:9 WLED display that paves the way for easy digital work management, viewing movies, games and photos in a crisp manner with vivid colors to boot. Not only that, you can also enjoy optional high-performance graphics from NVIDIA as well as entertainment features such as Waves MaxxAudio 4 and Infinity-branded speakers. Want to watch more Full HD movies? That’s a snap with the optional slot load Blu-ray disc drive, with optional internal TV tuner rounding off the specifications.

Sporting a really gorgeous design that some might say was taken out of a page from Apple’s design book, it extends beyond the all-in-one PC’s vibrant display. This gorgeous combination of a slim, space-saving metallic silver color housing, boasts a “clutter-free” one-cord design, not to mention a wireless keyboard and mouse to make sure that the Dell XPS One 27 remains a beautiful addition in just about any room it is placed in.

Unerneath the hood, you will find a 3rd Generation Intel Quad Core processor alongside Intel Turbo Boost Technology, balancing quad core processing with efficient power use, and a quartet of USB 3.0 ports.

Expect the XPS One 27 to retail from $1,399 upwards, depending on its specifications.

Press Release

2 reviews or comments

George Says: May 30, 2012 at 6:56 am

SO it’s a wanna be iMac that really isn’t any cheaper… hmm.. ill pass

IT Rush Says: May 30, 2012 at 7:55 am

I wonder how much this thing is going to cost us? Love it though 🙂

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