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    Last week, I did a lengthy re-review of the Dell XPS 27 (7760) – arguably one of the most powerful all-in-one (AIO) PCs available today. While the high-end version is not cheap – after all, this is Dell's premium XPS line – the XPS 27 is one of the first AIOs that also meets the requirements for virtual reality (VR) systems from Oculus, HTC, and Microsoft's own Mixed Reality Ultra platform.
    We managed to squeeze in a little video time with the XPS 27 in a new companion YouTube review, which you can now watch. The video goes over the highs and lows of Dell's juggernaut and hopefully will give you better insight if you are in the market for a minimalist but still powerful PC.

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    09-12-2017 08:10 AM

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