Dell Reimagines the All-in-One Computer for Consumers

May 29, 2012 - 02:46 PM |
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The quick breakdown of Dell's new lineup is ...

The XPS One 27 all in one PC starts at price of $1,399  has a high end Ivy Bridge i5 or i7 with an optional GT640M, an impressive 27" 2560x1440 display, up to 16GB of DDR3 and ships with up to a 2TB HDD with an optional 32GB SSD for Intel SRT.

The Inspiron One 23 is $749 and will mostly contain mid-range i5s and i3s (an i7 is an option), an optional Radeon HD7650A, a 23" 1080p monitor, up to 8GB of RAM and up to a 2TB HDD, no SSD option on this one though.

Lastly the Inspiron One 20 has a low cost of $529 and will get you running with a SandyBride based Pentium G620T or an Ivy Bridge i3-2120T, the 20" 1600x900 will be powered by Intel's onboard graphics, 6GB of DDR3 and up to a 1TB HDD. 

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Dell is reimagining the all-in-one computer, with a new portfolio of solutions for consumers who desire beautifully designed systems for multimedia creation and entertainment. The new computers include the XPS One 27, Dell’s largest ever all-in-one and part of the premium XPS performance family, and the Inspiron One 23 and Inspiron One 20 all-in-one computers for families. The three desktop computers are slim and stylish and reflect Dell’s design aesthetic that places a premium on unique materials, form factors and experiences.

XPS One 27: Powerful Simplicity, Powerful Creativity
The XPS One 27 delivers a big-screen experience – from the diagonal to the resolution – with one of the most vibrant displays Dell has offered. The XPS One 27 is 27-inches of stunning 2560x1440 Full Quad HD clarity and color. The wide format 16:9 WLED display makes digital work, movies, games and photos appear crisp, colors vivid. It delivers optional high-performance graphics from NVIDIA and entertainment features such as Waves MaxxAudio 4 and Infinity-branded speakers, an optional slot load Blu-ray disc drive, and optional internal TV tuner, making it an entertainment and multimedia powerhouse.

The gorgeous design extends beyond the all-in-one PC’s vibrant display. The combination of a slim, space-saving metallic silver color housing, “clutter-free” one-cord design, and wireless keyboard and mouse, ensures the XPS One 27 is a beautiful addition from any angle to any room.

On the inside, Dell packs 3rd Generation Intel Quad Core processors with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, balancing quad core processing with efficient power use – even while running multiple programs at once. With an optional mSATA SSD drive and Intel Smart Response Technology, and four USB 3.0 ports, the XPS One 27 delivers a noticeable speed boost on start-up, resume and data transfer.

Inspiron One 23 and Inspiron One 20: Big Value, Minimal Space
Featuring a simple, single cord set-up, the new space-saving Inspiron all-in-one computers make life easy and deliver powerful entertainment for the whole family. The latest Intel processors and optional powerful discrete graphics allow parents and kids to stay connected to each other and to enjoy the things they love, such as music, movies and casual gaming.

A result of direct customer feedback, the Inspiron One 23 now features a new sleek pedestal stand that supports a Full HD 1080p WLED 23-inch display. With an optional Blu-ray disc drive and optional internal TV tuner, as well as ample storage for music, movies and photos, the Inspiron One 23 is an attractive addition to the family living room.

The Inspiron One 20 delivers everyday connectivity and computing in a clean and simple design, making it a smart investment at a competitive price. The all-in-one PC provides a clutter-free work area with full desktop-equivalent performance, allowing customers to stay organized and efficient and keep up with family and friends.

“As part of the reimagining of our entire XPS and Inspiron portfolio, we are likewise reimagining our all-in-ones as stunning systems that are the centerpiece of any room. They deliver a captivating user experience that will inspire our customers to create their best work and consume all the content they love,” said Sam Burd, vice president and general manager of product development for Dell. “The XPS One 27, Inspiron One 23 and Inspiron One 20 deliver phenomenal value and offer our customers compelling choices that meet their unique needs.”

Pricing and Availability: The XPS One 27 (starting at $1,399), Inspiron One 23 (starting at $749) and Inspiron One 20 (starting at $529) all-in-one computers are available today in select countries in Asia and will be available in the United States and additional countries in the coming weeks.

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XPS One 27

  • 3rd Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processor options (Core i5-3450s; Core i7-3770s)
  • Intel HD 4000 graphics (standard); optional NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M 2GB DDR5
  • 27-inch Full Quad HD 2560x1440 WLED 16:9 wide format display
  • Configure with up to 16GB DD3 memory (4GB standard); 2 DIMM slots
  • Configure with up to 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM HDD (1TB standard); optional HDD + 32GB mSATA SSD with Intel Smart Response Technology configurations
  • Slot loading DVD drive with optional Blu-ray disc combo drive for advanced entertainment
  • Premium quality sound with Waves MaxxAudio 4 and built-in Infinity-branded speakers; Integrated 7.1 Surround Sound
  • Full HD Webcam with integrated dual digital microphone array for Skype
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Bluetooth 4.0 with Wi-Fi card; optional Intel 6235 Advanced-N + Wireless Display
  • (4) USB 3.0; (2) USB 2.0 with power charge;
  • RJ-45 10/100/1000; Audio Line Out, HDMI (1.4) out; HDMI In; SPDIF (7.1ch); Optional TV Tuner, Antenna, IR Blaster, RF Receiver; microphone jack, headphone jack, 8-in-1 media card reader

Inspiron One 23

  • 2nd and 3rd Generation Intel processor options 2nd Gen Core i3-2120 processor 3.3 GHz 2nd Gen Core i5-2400s processor 3.3 GHz 3rd Gen Core i7-3770s
  • Intel HD 4000 graphics (standard); optional 1GB DDR3 AMD Radeon HD 7650A 23-inch
  • Full HD 1920x1080 WLED display
  • Configure with up to 8GB DD3 memory (2GB standard); 2 DIMM slots
  • Configure with up to 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM HDD (500GB standard) Slot loading DVD drive with optional Blu-Ray disc combo drive for advanced entertainment
  • HD audio with Waves MaxxAudio 3 and built-in performance speakers
  • HD Webcam with integrated dual digital microphone array for Skype Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Bluetooth 4.0 with Wi-Fi card; optional Intel 6235 Advanced-N + Wireless Display
  • (4) USB 3.0; (2) USB 2.0 with power charge; RJ-45 10/100/1000 Gigabit; Audio Line Out, VGA Out; microphone jack; headphone jack; 8-in-1 media card reader
  • Optional AV Board: VGA In, SPDIF (7.1ch), HDMI in, Composite, TV Tuner, Antenna, IR Blaster, RF Receiver, B-CAS Slot (Japan only)

Inspiron One 20

  • 2nd Generation Intel processor options Intel Pentium Dual Core G620T processor 2.2GHZ (35W) (Sandy Bridge) 2nd Gen Core i3-2120T processor 2.6 GHz (35w)
  • Intel HD 2000 graphics (standard);
  • 20-inch HD 1600x900 WLED 16:9 wide format display
  • Configure with up to 6GB DD3 memory (2GB standard); 2 DIMM slots
  • Configure with up to 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM HDD (500GB standard)
  • Tray loading DVD drive with optional Blu-Ray disc reader drive for advanced entertainment
  • HD audio with Waves MaxxAudio 3 and integrated basic performance speakers
  • HD Webcam with integrated dual digital microphone array for Skype
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
  • Bluetooth 4.0 with Wi-Fi card
  • (5) USB 2.0 with power charge; RJ-45 10/100/1000 Gigabit; microphone jack; headphone jack; 8-in-1 media card reader Optional AV Board: TV Tuner, Antenna, B-CAS Slot (Japan only)

 

Source: Dell
May 29, 2012 | 03:25 PM - Posted by Shambles (not verified)

The fatal flaw of any AIO system for me is that you end up paying for a new monitor every time you upgrade. For some people this won't be a big deal but by re-using basic parts such as monitors, cases, PSUs between builds I end up paying about half of what I would have for a complete build. Add on top of that the profit margins that OEMs have in addition to the parts costs of building it yourself.

How are multi-monitor support for these AIO units? Can't you even do 2 or 3 monitors off of them?

May 29, 2012 | 03:59 PM - Posted by skitzzy (not verified)

The XPS One 27 does have HDMI in, so in theory you could use it as a external monitor. These are targeted towards non power users and it looks like a nice alternative to the iMac. By far the best I've seen.

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