With Computex 2017 well underway, Dell has taken the wraps off of its latest all-in-one (AiO) PCs, the Inspiron 27 7000 and Inspiron 24 5000. We got a chance to go hands-on with the nearly borderless beauties to see what they're all about. Check them out below:
The big highlight of both AiO machines are their InfinityEdge displays, something we've seen all over Dell's premium laptops for a while now. Apart from the lower portion, which houses the camera, the space around the display is nearly borderless.
At 27 inches, the Inspiron 27 7000 can be equipped with AMD's Ryzen 5 and 7 processors, up to a 4K display, and up to Radeon's RX580 graphics. The 24-inch Inspiron 24 5000, meanwhile, comes loaded with 7th-generation AMD APUs, an FHD display in touch or non-touch options, and optional Radeon RX560 graphics. Both can also be fitted with up to 32GB of RAM.
The Inspiron 27 7000 and Inspiron 24 5000 are both expected to go on sale soon starting at $999 and $699, respectively.
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I cannot believe these two Inspiron PCs have HDMI input, but the Dell top of the line XPS 7760 AIO does not have it!!!!! Shame on you Dell!
Thats another bonus for me. attach my dell notebook and use the aio as a monitor too! sweet...thanks for pointing that out!
Extraordinarily thoughtless camera placement.
Why? Have you used it?
I think the comment in the video that the camera won't be any good is silly as you are sitting at a desk and it's actually most likely a better position that the usual looking down. What got me was that from the way he said it he hadn't even used it. ****** much?
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