Dell XPS 27 7760 review: An awesome VR-ready all-in-one (AIO) PC with a 4K touch display

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Dell has upped the hardware in it XPS 27 all-in-one (AIO) PC, and now it's more powerful than ever.

Back in March 2017, I reviewed the Dell XPS 27 AIO, which at the time featured an Intel i7-6700 CPU and AMD R9 M470X graphics. While an excellent computer, at least in that configuration, it did lose to the Microsoft Surface Studio in performance benchmarks.
Dell has now refreshed its sound-thumping XPS 27 with updated processor and graphics, and I'm taking a second look. Here is how it compares to the previous version and why this is one of the best AIOs on the market today.


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Yes, heavy. I had to reinforce the desktop that this sits on. That's ok. Because, it will be the best. Loaded and lots of RAM. Found it poor to attach cables to ports, but once it's done, it's ok. After slowing down mouse, it is really good. This will be the best yet for me as a digital artist!
 

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