All-in-one desktops, or AIOs, have a wide range of uses, from actual office-productivity stations to family PCs, that hinge on their designs and component loadouts. Dell is leaning to the living-room side with these two new Inspiron desktops, unveiled today at Computex. I checked out both the Inspiron 24 5000 AIO and the Inspiron 27 7000 AIO at a preview event in New York prior to Computex. The two have their differences, chiefly in size, but both have been designed to blend in to your living space and strongly resemble modern television sets.
Below, you’ll find more details and my impressions of each. Both units will become available on July 26, with the Inspiron 24 5000 starting at $699.99 and the bigger-screen Inspiron 27 7000 starting at $949.99.
Matthew Buzzi is a Hardware Analyst at PCMag, focusing on laptops and desktops with a specialty in gaming systems and games. Matthew earned a degree in Mass Communications/Journalism and interned for a college semester at Kotaku, writing about gaming before turning it into part of his career. He spends entirely too much time on Twitter (find him @M… See Full Bio
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Post time: Jun-11-2019