A lot of the talk heard around audio at #ces2017 earlier this month centered on things like sound bars, speakers and headphones. Cnet said “You could argue that, apart from the proliferation of Alexa speakers, there was a lack of any real innovation this year.”

I guess their audio editor didn’t get to spend time in the sound booth at our #DellExperience. If they had, they would have seen, and heard, the Innovation Awards Honoree Dell XPS 27 All-in-One (far left below).

Hot Hardware called it “one of the fastest all-in-on PCs we've tested to date.” But the real innovation in this system isn’t speed – it’s sound.

Hopefully you read award-winning record producer Jack Joseph Puig's guest post here about how he spent 18-months with our designers, developers, engineers to create the XPS 27's sound. But you probably haven’t seen the system used like The Glitch Mob showed us at the #DellExperience: