New Dell XPS One 27 has 2560x1440 display

If you want a high resolution display for an all-in-one Windows-based PC, then Dell may have something to interest you. The PC maker today revealed its new XPS One 27, a 27-inch all-in-one PC. The biggest feature is the screen's resolution support, which tops out at 2560x1440 (sorry, it's not touch screen enabled).

The XPS One 27 has Intel Ivy Bridge-based processors inside, with the choice of either Core i5 or i7 models, along with support of up to 16 GB of RAM. There's also support for up to 2 TB of hard drive storage or you can throw in a 320 GB SSD.

The PC also has both an HDMI Out (for connecting the XPS One 27 to an external monitor) and an HDMI In (if you want to hook up an Xbox 360 or PS3 game console). There's options to put in a TV tuner along with a NVIDIA graphics card in place of the integrated Intel graphics chip.

The XPS One 27 is now on sale in Asia with pricing that will begin at $1,399. The PC won't be put on sale in the US until sometime later this summer.

Dell also announced two more new, but smaller, all-in-one PCs today; the Inspiron One 23, starting at $749, and the Inspiron One 20, beginning at $529.

Source: Dell | Image via Dell

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Sorry but no touch, no deal. That's just me though. I want touch in my next PC. I'll be waiting until back to school to see what's out there first though.

Oh not touch screen ? even Dell seems to disagree with Windows 8 then... According to microsoft this should be a 27" tablet on a stand.

Digitalx said,
Oh not touch screen ? even Dell seems to disagree with Windows 8 then... According to microsoft this should be a 27" tablet on a stand.

Microsoft have never said that PCs like this must be touchscreens. In fact, at MWC they specifically said that they wouldn't expect people to use touchscreen monitors on standard desktops because of the bad ergonomics.

jakem1 said,

Microsoft have never said that PCs like this must be touchscreens. In fact, at MWC they specifically said that they wouldn't expect people to use touchscreen monitors on standard desktops because of the bad ergonomics.

Then their software development teams seems to be at odds with management in what direction Windows 8 is going.

Digitalx said,

Then their software development teams seems to be at odds with management in what direction Windows 8 is going.

Hola señor troll

Ambroos said,
Haven't 27"-displays had this resolutions for ages now?

no. 95% of monitors of nearly any size or 1080p. Only recently are monitors at around 27 inchs starting to get this kind of resolution. Dell always had it in their 30 inch.

macrosslover said,

no. 95% of monitors of nearly any size or 1080p. Only recently are monitors at around 27 inchs starting to get this kind of resolution. Dell always had it in their 30 inch.

Then you are always looking at the low end monitors. Look at HP's ZR2740w or Dell's U2711. Dell's monitor has been out since 2010.

What's so great about this Dell? The base 27-inch iMac has the same res screen though is $300 more but it is better specced.

kraized said,
What's so great about this Dell? The base 27-inch iMac has the same res screen though is $300 more but it is better specced.

Yes, people often complain about apple pricing but if you break it all down the price on the imacs are not too bad if you compare specs and aesthetics to the competitors version, here the dell is abysmal in the graphics dept and the looks, while not bad, are just not as good as the imac IMO.

Order_66 said,

Yes, people often complain about apple pricing but if you break it all down the price on the imacs are not too bad if you compare specs and aesthetics to the competitors version, here the dell is abysmal in the graphics dept and the looks, while not bad, are just not as good as the imac IMO.


Only recently has their products been more price competitive against their counterparts.

Most laptops, such as an HP pavilion dv6t, with a faster processor, twice as much storage and memory, and a higher resolution with a better graphics card cost less than half the price of a Macbook pro. So yes, the complains are warranted imo.

AWilliams87 said,

Only recently has their products been more price competitive against their counterparts.

Most laptops, such as an HP pavilion dv6t, with a faster processor, twice as much storage and memory, and a higher resolution with a better graphics card cost less than half the price of a Macbook pro. So yes, the complains are warranted imo.


depends on the spec, the hp/dell macbook pro killer wanabess arnt that much cheaper either.

I really like the look of that, if I hadn't just purchased a 27" screen for my current PC would seriously consider.

I kind of like the looks of it, but I'm not yet sure about it. One thing that I do like is that the screen isn't sunk in below the bezel.

z0phi3l said,
Looks like an all black iMac, are those ugly too?

Had to look that up since I didn't see anything of it on the Apple site. But if Google images are showing what you're talking of, regarding this black iMac, then yes, those are ugly too.

I think what puts me off is the black bezel on the dark gray, with a light gray stand.

It's a nice start. These hi res screened AIO's on the PC side are WAY overdue. I need a model I can start selling to my customers that's in the $850 range. They don't play games, they just want no wires and light photo and video capability. Now that we have Win7 as a rock solid stable OS, it's time to bring the prices way down and start selling the crap out of these things.

Julius Caro said,

is that a windows XP screenshot? I'm done.

I thought the same thing at first, wow what a fail that would have been to be advertising xp on a new dell with a 27" screen lol looking closer though it's windows 7.

For a supposedly premium product, the graphics options available in these units are decidedly poor. A bit of a waste to pair a beautiful screen like that with a pants graphics card that would probably struggle to run today's most demanding games at 1080p let alone 2560x1440

Javik said,
For a supposedly premium product, the graphics options available in these units are decidedly poor. A bit of a waste to pair a beautiful screen like that with a pants graphics card that would probably struggle to run today's most demanding games at 1080p let alone 2560x1440

Really? An all in one PC and 'most demanding games' in the same sentence, even for premium product your asking a lot there I think, cant see this as being something a PC gamer would want to buy anyway. I like the product don't get me wrong, but theres some pretty decent specs there sitting inside a lovely slim case and a very high def screen - and for you its not quite right because it doesn't include a premium graphics option? seriously?

duddit2 said,

Really? An all in one PC and 'most demanding games' in the same sentence, even for premium product your asking a lot there I think, cant see this as being something a PC gamer would want to buy anyway. I like the product don't get me wrong, but theres some pretty decent specs there sitting inside a lovely slim case and a very high def screen - and for you its not quite right because it doesn't include a premium graphics option? seriously?

Why exactly does being an AIO mean it automatically becomes disqualified as a potential gaming option?