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Dell XPS 27
Dell XPS 27 An all-in-one PC powerhouse with 10 speakers inside.





The Dell XPS 27 all in one PC is one of the best PC to purchase for work and personal use. The desktop six speakers attached to it which caps the mid and bass frequencies with extra committed tweeters on each corners along with two full range speakers with a pair of passive radiators. With this product, Dell is now tapping into an opportunity that will start delivering authentic all in one PC.



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Dell’s XPS 27 audio system has been engineered in collaboration with music producer Jack Joseph Puig, and the PC giant company is not too hesitant to claim it has "the best sound for an All-in-one PC." With the PC without doubt having more than enough hardware to claim that title. Although the PC giant claims do not end there, as the company also express that the XPS 27 is two times louder than Apple’s 27 inch iMac and has as much as 10 times the bass of HP’s Envy 27.


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Above the 10-speaker array, the XPS 27 offers a choice of 4K displays that has touch and a connected stand that pivots the computer down to an almost flat position, and another without touch yet with the higher brightness of 350 nits against 300. reasonably due to the more complex stand, the touchscreen XPS 27 weighs considerably more at 38.2lb vs the non-touch 28.7lb.


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The Dell XPS 27 processing is provided and powered by the sixth generation Intel CPU, with a choice between the Core i5-6400 or the Core i7-6700. The first Intel's core maxes out at 3.3GHz using Intel Turbo Boost, while the other peaks at 4GHz. Up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM can be added alongside your chosen processor with the option to add more memory sticks and top out at 64GB. The storage choices range from 1TB of solid state storage up to 2TB plus a 32GB M.2 SSD. The latter is a faster set of SSD that goes beyond SATA’s speed limitations, and if you are really in need for it, Dell also offers 512GB or 1TB M.2 SSD options.
More info can be found at Dell XPS 27

Sources: Flipboard, Dell





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