Dell XPS One 27 inch with Touch All-in-one (2710) Desktop Review
Dell XPS One 27" (With touch) Review
A few years ago anyone asking Intel where the desktop market was going would likely hear that all in one systems were the way forward. That seemed a reasonable opinion because they offer a number of advantages over traditional tower set-ups. Since then though the market hasn’t quite taken off in the way that might have expected. That said, there have been some nice systems produced by key players in the market and Windows 8 allows them to refresh their range.
Recently Dell updated their all in one range to include the XPS One 27" (with optional touch screen). Providing a resolution of 2560×1440, i7 CPU and GeForce 600 series graphics on Windows 8 this could be the ideal home and office solution for those wanting to save space with a stylish chassis.
Packaging and Bundle
The XPS One 27" arrives in a massive box with a top and sides which lift off to reveal the system sitting on a tray inside. It is protected by foam on each side and wrapped in a cover to ensure it is in perfect condition on arrival.
Dell provide two small boxes in the main packaging and these contain the bundled extras which are a power cable, wireless mouse/keyboard and the documentation along with software disc.
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