Finally, a Great All in One PC

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The Dell Inspiron 27 7000 PC is one of our favorite all in one PC that we’ve tested. It gives you the best of both worlds, great performance at an affordable price and a small form factor that doesn’t sacrifice usability. To learn more about why we like this machine, check out the video!

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42 thoughts on “Finally, a Great All in One PC”

  1. You couldn't pay me to own a Dell product. This is one of the worst companies on the face of the earth, as far as I'm concerned. I owned several different computers from Dell, both laptops and PCs and every one of them ran in to problems. Once you call tech support, you never stop hearing from them and they then (in my opinion) call you several times a day and simply don't stop. When you call them about it, they pretend that their number has been cloned. I don't buy it. Whoever was calling me, they knew what model I owned, the serial number, and other information they wouldn't know unless they had direct access to the records for the unit I had to send to them for repair. Eventually, I took the hard drives out of the two Dells I still had in my possession and smashed them with a hammer, and threw away the units. The phone calls never stopped coming, however, until I used every curse word I knew, and some I made up, when I got yet another phone call. I also let them know exactly what I did with the computers. Finally, the calls stopped…but it took weeks. BTW…I dislike conspiracy theorists, but don't know how else to explain how much they knew about my computer. Meanwhile…my 10 year old Gateway all-in-one is still working fairly well. Not great, but well enough. I also have a Chromebook I use when traveling.

  2. Dude you are a grade A moron who is chewing on the BS these companies are throwing at you… Tell me why all these companies are stepping away from module ?? Just think if iPhone could be modified?? and New Dell laptops everything is solder in it so you cant upgrade like before the same thing goes with AIO I had the AIO 3030 and after that, I am seeing the trend of them using the same thing… You, sir, are a monkey for even encouraging people to buy the crap!

  3. I think that I would like this PC a lot. I do a lot of video editing, and I also do a lot of typing. I play a lot of YouTube, edit videos/upload videos for that, and I also play some music off of YouTube, and I think that this PC would be good for that. I like all in ones a lot, and so yeah. I would like to use this PC a lot! Bye! Thanks for the nice video!

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