Computer manufacturers are churning out all-in-one updates left and right, but Dell has remained silent. That silence was recently broken thanks to the introduction of the Dell Inspiron One 2320, a new 23-inch update to Dell’s all-in-one lineup. The Inspiron One 2320 includes Blu-ray, lots of storage, and a gorgeous HD display.
The new design for the Inspiron One computer hearkens back to HP’s older TouchSmart models, which offered the same three-point easel design: two legs in the front, and a folding plane in the rear. Inside, you’ll find that Dell’s kept the spec sheet for this new all-in-one fairly competitive, offering up newer Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, discrete NVIDIA GeForce GT525M graphics, HDMI-in, Blu-ray optical drives, up to 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM and more. You’ll also get a wireless keyboard and mouse setup, as well as Intel’s Wi-Di Wireless Dispay compatibility (which lets you send video wirelessly from your computer to compatible nearby displays).
Since Windows 8 isn’t quite out yet, Dell installed its “Stage” software onto the 2320, which makes Windows 7 a bit more finger-friendly – at least, it providers finger-friendlier access to commonly opened files, such as media.
With a starting price of $950, the Inspiron One 2320 is competitive with respect to similarly sized models from other manufacturers, but it’s still possible to pick up a multitouch all-in-one for less cash, if you look around.
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