Conclusion: If you want a Windows all-in-one computer that performs as well as it looks, the Dell XPS 27 Touch is an easy recommendation. It's not perfect, and it's certainly not cheap, but the design and performance are impossible to fault -- as evidenced by the string of Editors' Choice and Product of the...
Dell XPS 27 Touch All-in-One (2720) Review - The hunt for my next workstation
9 October 2013
Excerpt: I was due to get a new work machine this year because my Windows iMac was slowly showing it’s age. The late-2009 iMac has held on for quite a few years already and was willing to do a couple more.
Conclusion: With the addition of touch, a more flexible stand, and fresh new components, combined with the already excellent screen, Dell’s update moves well beyond Apple Clone territory. The XPS 27 Touch is easily the strongest competitor to the 27-inch iMac that we’ve ever seen, with good looks and very good...
Pros: Excellent Design, Great 2,560 x 1,440 display, Very good audio output, Good performance for an all-in-one
Cons: Plastic backside feels a bit flimsy for a premium machine, Graphics aren’t powerful enough to handle games at native resolution and high settings
Excerpt: From budget systems designed for the living room to serious graphic design workstations, all-in-one PCs are increasingly popular. Apple's powerful iMacs remain top of the heap in terms of style and cachet, but there are plenty of challengers lining up to take them on.