if only it had a hdmi input it would have made much more sense ie plug ps3 or xbox 360 or mhl device in to it and play solving a lot of the headache of having an extra screen just to play a console game.
That would definitely make the machine all the more versatile. A mini-HDMI in would work fine too. Just hook up a converter and you're good to go.
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Note that on the Dell website, as you're moving through the customization of an XPS, in the "Home Solutions" section, a Belkin USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter is listed ( along with other adapters ); in addition to other devices.
Of course, a built in would have been nice, too...
Seriously? Your only comment is it's lack of HDMI IN? An 18.5" HD display with an HDMI input can be bought at your local big box retailer for around $150, but you would rather buy a thousand dollar computer system to use as "dumb" monitor, and would not buy it because it lacks that capability?
Is there really a market for thousand dollar, battery-powered, HD displays?
Ken, the comment was that it would "add' to the utility of the device as an all-in-one media center, beyond just computing etc.
"18.4" Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) 16:9; IPS panel"
I am sold on the fact that it has an IPS panel.
This is the first all in one i would get for my wife. I like it, I think i will look in to this one.
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