Dell has just rolled out three brand-new AIO (all-in-one) PCs, including its largest to date. The XPS One 27 is designed for those who are in need of a high-performance machine but want to keep things clean, both in design and in aesthetics. The integrated 27″ WLED display delivers a 2560×1440 resolution (~75% more pixels than 1080p) – perfect for multi-taskers and those who simply need more real-estate.
Packed under the hood is either a Core i5-3450s or i7-3770s quad-core processor, and the PC can be further configured with up to 16GB of DDR3 memory, up to a 2TB hard drive (from 1TB) and for improved gaming performance, an NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M, replacing the on-CPU Intel HD 4000 IGP.
Oddly, the XPS One 27 cannot be equipped with a proper 2.5″ SSD, but the option is offered to add in a 32GB mSATA SSD to be used with an optional HDD for use with Intel’s Smart Response Technology. Pricing for this AIO starts at $1,399 USD.
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The other AIOs, Inspiron One 20 and Inspiron One 23, are designed for families or those who need a good-looking machine but aren’t requiring the best performance possible. The design is overall quite similar to the XPS One 27, but smaller at 23″ and 20″. The 23″ model is the more capable, allowing up to a Core i7-3770s processor, 8GB of DDR3 and a 2TB hard drive to be used. By comparison, the 20″ model allows up to a Core i3-2120T processor, 6GB of DDR3 and a 1TB hard drive.
Another caveat to the 20″ model is that unlike the XPS One 27 and 23″ Inspiron One, there are no USB 3.0 ports included. Of course, the resolution is also going to be affected; where the 23″ sports 1920×1080, the 20″ runs 1600×900. All three AIOs released today ship with full Bluetooth 4.0 support.
The Inspiron One 23 will start at $749 while the Inspiron One 20 starts at $529. Availability should be immediate on all three AIOs, although shipments might be lagged in select countries for the next couple of weeks.