Dell Inspiron 27 (7775) AIO - Performance Summary And Conclusion
Performance Summary: The Dell Inspiron 27 7775 is one of the fastest all-in-one PCs we have tested to date. Dell's new AIO took top honors in most of the tests we ran, especially those that were typically CPU-bound, such as the SiSoft SANDRA arithmetic and Cinebench multi-threaded tests. The only noteworthy drawback was related to the storage subsystem. While the OS is on a quick NVMe SSD, the 5400RPM hard drive that accompanies it for bulk storage is on the slow side. In regards to graphics and gaming, however, the new Inspiron 27 shined. Its AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics engine is powerful for a machine in this class and it showed in the benchmarks. In the configuration we tested, Dell packed a lot of power into a small space. The system offers strong CPU performance thanks to its 8-core Ryzen processor, satisfying gaming performance, a solid sound system and a gorgeous 4K display for well under $2,000.
We really like what Dell has done with the Inspiron 27 7000. The system has a clean, professional look, it offers strong overall performance, and it is easy to use and maintain. Its ultra-thin bezel, InfinityEdge 4K IPS display is also bright and vibrant, even when viewing it from sharp angles. This is especially important with all-in-one PCs like the Inspiron 27, in our opinion. As we have said in the past, when the computer is essentially the monitor, its design and performance are critical and Dell gets high marks here.$999 and high-end configurations like ours retailing for $1799, the Inspiron 27 priced aggressively as well, versus other premium AIO machines. An iMac with 5K Retina display, for example, maybe priced similarly, but it can't game like the Inspiron 27 and doesn't have nearly the same flexibility in terms of IO. If you're shopping for a sleek all-in-one machine of this type, the Inspiron 27 7000 should definitely be on your short list of considerations.