The various different PC makers at the show clearly see continued worth in the all-in-one form factor as these two are far from the only new ones announced. But, where something like the ASUS Zen AiO is aiming at the very top end, Dell's latest efforts are targeted at those looking for a more affordable experience.
As the names imply, there are two sizes on offer and two spec levels to go with them. The Inspiron 20 is the cheaper, lower-spec model, while the Inspiron 24 cranks up the hardware a couple of notches.
The Inspiron 20 features Intel's Braswell CPUs and a 19.5-inch HD+ display wrapped up in a decent looking package with front facing speakers. It's slim enough to fit in any corner of the home and features a pop-out stand that just props it up on a table as opposed to some much larger construction that takes up space and adds weight.
Specs wise here's the full rundown.
The Inspiron 24 is the higher-end offering of the two with a 23.8-inch 1920x1080 resolution display with optional touch. This model is available in a choice of CPU configurations from either the Intel Braswell or the latest 6th generation AMD ranges. It's the AMD version which Dell has been showing at Computex. The full spec sheet looks like this.
Both will be made available at some point with Windows 10 out of the box, but the Inspiron 24 is available to buy now in North America through Dell directly starting at $479.99. Naturally, adding on some increased specs will see that start to climb but it's still a great starting point for a well packaged, reasonably capable all-in-one. The Inspiron 20 will be available first in China in September, with a North American launch coming in October. It'll be available from $329.99.