Dell, have something more special that will be give the full fight back to Apple’s iMac because we all know that iMac is not like anything and in this year many companies like HP and ASUS has launched their 27-inch Windows-based but 1,920x,1,080-pixel resolution screens was failed.
Dell XPS One 27 starting price is $1,399, it has third-generation Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, aka Ivy Bridge. And according to a recent report from Cnet, Dell has, however, transitioned to a pedestal design for the XPS One and a pair of new Inspiron Ones (23 and 20-inch models, the former with a third-gen Core option.
The latter with only second-gen Core or budget Pentium CPUs). Dell’s older all-in-one had a foot-and-kickstand chassis, but it moved to the pedestal design as “a result of direct customer feedback.”
I am really impressed with XPS One 27 and its high-resolution display but one thing that is not advanced than iMac, its underwhelming graphics card options.
The Intel HD 4000 graphics core embedded in the Dell’s new Core i7 and Core i5 chips is a viable 3D processor, but neither that chip nor the Dell’s GeForce 640M upgrade option is a match for the iMac’s high-end AMD Radeon HD 6970M.
Company said, this XPS One 27 is available from today on wards in Asia and it be coming in several other Countries after few weeks.