My Review At HotHardware Of Dell’s XPS 27 All-In-One PC With A Killer Sound System

The last time we looked at the Dell XPS 27 was all the way back in 2013. Then, we were working with Windows 8, multitouch support was a little on the pokey side still, there was a bit more plastic going on and everything was bulkier. The all new Dell XPS 27 7760 has a radically new look that draws at least one design cue from its XPS notebook siblings, specifically with respect to display bezel, or the lack thereof.

Though Dell isn’t officially branding the touch-enabled version of XPS 27 with an “InfinityEdge” display, as you can see here, side and top bezel is cut to a minimum, accentuating a beautiful 4K IPS panel. However, it’s new svelte window on the world might not be the most standout feature of the 2017 Dell XPS 27


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