|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Processor||3.9 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||2 TB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M|
Dell XPSo27-7143BLK 27-Inch All-in-One Touchscreen Desktop (3.1 GHz Intel Core i7-4770S Processor, 16GB DDR3, 2TB HDD, 32GB SSD, Windows 8) Piano Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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|Operating System||Windows 8||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10|
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|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M||Intel HD Graphics 530||Information not provided||ddr3 sdram|
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First off, the screen is WONDERFUL, BIG, and BRIGHT. I knew it was going to be a 27" monitor when I ordered it, but you have no idea how big that is until it actually arrives. The touchscreen capability is flawless (I have two iPod Touchs, an iPad, and an iPad mini so I have experience with how a touchscreen SHOULD work). The picture and resolution is really clear with its Wide-Quad HD and 2560x1440 resolution - which is better than any of my other monitors (or my TV). The on-board video card, an NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2GB DDR5, is fast enough for normal computing activity and games. I'm not sure I would play graphic-intensive games on it - Call of Duty: Ghosts will work with a 2GB video card, but its recommended that you have a 760M 4GB card.
The RAM -16GB - is also average for what most computers come with nowadays, but is plenty for basically anything you want to do. Even RAM-hog games recommend that you have a minimum of 8 GB - so 16GB is definitely an upgrade. The processor, an 4th Generation Intel® Core(tm) i7-4770s Processor (8M Cache, up to 3.9 GHz), is blazing fast and definitely hits not only the minimum requirements, but also what's recommended for computer-intensive software, applications, and games. The onboard memory is GIGANTIC at 2 TBs! It's twice as big as the memory on my other desktop and unless I start loading dozens of movies on it, it's bigger than I can fill in a lifetime.Read more ›
The computer was so easy to set up out of the box and runs quietly, is fast and looks great!
Keep in mind though -- this is my replacement for a 2006 Dell XPS, which was 32-bit, came with a 300 GB hard drive, and had an Intel processor that pre-dated the i-series.
What I can say about this machine is that it's quite fast and enjoyable to use. Boots up in a matter of seconds. Runs a ton of apps at the same time without any stuttering or lagging.
The display is beautiful. I can view full 1080p movies on it, which my smartphone shoots, as well as high-resolution photos from my DSLR camera. There is definitely some glare, especially for me, because my desk is right next to the massive floor-to-ceiling windows. I knew about this before buying it though, and thought this would be a big problem for me, but it really isn't. You just need to max out the brightness on the screen and you'll be fine. Also, I mainly use this thing at night, so there's really no glare if you put a room lamp behind it.
Did take a bit of time to get used to Windows 8, but once I made the transition, I learned to love it. It grew on me like a fungus.
Dell's quality has really declined - for a very expensive computer, this level of quality is unacceptable and it could not have been tested prior to shipment as the fan failure message appears the moment you power up and you have to Strike F1 to continue. I have searched the Dell Community and this is a common problem across several different models for the past couple of years- you would think they would have fixed it by now
So far, other than this issue, the screen is superb and everything else works well but I have only had it for two days.
Will update this post as I see how the service technician performs.
I have had this computer for several months now and it has been nothing but trouble. Lots of "blue screens" which I thought were a thing of the past. Kernel Security failures, failure to power up correctly and if you plug in a separate hard drive it shuts the computer down and you have to start again in safe mode. Windows updates fail consistently. Some programs wont run on this machine but will run on my laptop which also has Windows 8.1 - go figure.
I don't know how much of this is the computer and how much is windows 8.1 but this is BY FAR the worst computer I have ever owned. I had transferred everything from my old computer to this one and I am slowly transferring everything back. Dell is no help nor is Microsoft - they are both into the finger-pointing game. I think it is time to move on from Dell which is a shame as I have been a customer for well over 15 years.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this computer! If anything, it might be a little TOO big, but I am very pleased with this purchase. Dell is extremely reliable and so far, everything is working perfectly.Published 1 month ago by Losalfans
To be fair to all that read this, I am a tech and can repair consumer level electronics to the component level. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TexasTea
Unreliable. Nor will Dell service it after the warranty is up. Dell says they will repair computers at your cost up to 5 years, but that is not true. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Blowfish
The hard drive failed two years and one month after turning it on. Due to the complication in replacing it (according to my IT guy) and the possible problems down the line, we... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jrbb414
It's got the horsepower, but it's a dell so it's plagued with dumb software and hardware issues. The screen is doing a weird ripple effect now. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ben Dalling
I did not buy my XPS 2720 from Amazon but rather from Dell. It was purchased in October 2013. The first hard drive failed in November 2014, three weeks after the warranty expired. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael P. Sullivan