Summary: I received a refurb with a bad Hard Drive. The testing I have done on this Dell XPS One says that my hard drive may permanently fail at any time. I have to keep a Windows 8 disc loaded because the computer will not boot periodically, and I can only revive with the disc in place.
Summary: Was checking out these new Dell all-in-one machines at a big-box store. Loved everything except how my finger felt after a few minutes of playing. The clear screen is cheap, cheap, cheap plastic and has WAY too much friction. The sensitive pad on your finger is going to complain.
Summary: I debated on this Dell vs. the 27" iMac for awhile, and settled on the Dell primarily because of the touchscreen functionality. I have regretted that decision since I plugged this in 2 months ago. My first issue with this PC is that it has a lousy wireless card.
Summary: Overall, this computer looks amazing. Very fast and has a very clear picture. It's perfect...when it works. Every now and then the touch doesn't work and at other times, touching the screen acts as if you're using the mouse.
Summary: Ordered this and received "expected delivery" in two days. Then heard nothing from Dell. Each time I call customer service they say it will ship tomorrow, but it never does. The physical product sounds great, but no use ordering it until their sales/services can honestly tell you it will deliver.
Summary: First off, this is a decent deal. If you're craving for a 27 inch all-in-one under $1000 this is the deal. If you can settle for onboard graphics which is not as high-end as it should be, and can settle for the dual core i5 processor, then I'll say, "go for it".