Dell Inspiron One 2320 23-Inch touch-enabled All-in-One PC

Dell Inspiron One 2320Dell today presented its latest offering in the form of All-in-One PC appropriate for use from the whole family. Called Inspiron One 2320, Dell’s new all-in-one desktop features a sleek design paired with 23-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED-backlit touchscreen and SRS audio, and optional built-in TV tuner, making it ideal home entertainment system.

The Inspiron One 2320 is based on an Intel platform and can be equipped with Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, Intel integrated graphics or up to nVidia GeForce GT 525M discrete graphics, maximum of 8GB DDR3 Memory and up to 2.0TB storage space. There’s is also the expected set of connectivity like Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, along with usual I/O options like USB ports,  an 8-in-1 card reader, and a HDMI port to hook up a gaming console or other device.

Dell Inspiron One 2320

Dell’s new PC also has an HD webcam, DVD+/-RW or  BluRay Combo BD-RE and even can be armed with optional JBL speakers and optional remote control. It comes with mouse and keyboard and  is available now  starting at $949.99 with included “Bug Blast” and “Drum Zone” games for your children.

Dell Inspiron One 2320

Source: Dell

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