The all-in-one PC market is heating up considerably with companies like HP and Microsoft launching some great new offerings. Apple CEO Tim Cook has also hinted at refreshed iMacs for 2017 so one can imagine that Dell wouldn’t be too far behind. At the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas today, Dell unveiled the XPS 27 all-in-one PC. It’s a new standard for audio and video consumption as it touts 10 speakers at 50W per channel as well as a 4K Ultra HD Display.

The Dell XPS 27 AiO features a 27 inch 4K Ultra HD 3840×2160 pixel resolution touchscreen display with 100 percent Adobe RGB color gamut and Dell’s Infinity Edge display technology.

To really make it stand out from the crowd, Dell has packed in a distinctive integrated sound bar with 10 speakers at 50W per channel. Dell turned to Grammy Award winner Jack Joseph Puig for help in tuning the sound bar to ensure that users get a properly immersive audio experience.

The XPS 27 all-in-one will be powered by 6th generation Intel Core processors with multiple configuration options for RAM and storage. Another variant of this machine will be made available as the Precision 5720 AiO which can be configured for professional applications with Intel Xeon processors, Radeon Pro graphics and ISV workstation certifications.

Available this month, prices for the Dell XPS 27 all-in-one PC start at $1,499.

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