Dell has positioned the Inspiron 24 5000 AIO as a dedicated video-streaming device with enhanced multimedia experience.

Dell launches VR-ready Inspiron AIOs and Inspiron gaming desktop at Computex 2017
Atom Tech Shorts Thursday, June 01, 2017 - 09:18

Dell Inspiron is already a well-entrenched sub-brand in itself and it got further boosted as the company used the Comptutex 2017 platform to announce three more machines in the series. These include two all-in-ones (AIOs) Desktops and one Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop. All these devices have been made available to customers in China but the other markets will get them quite soon, it is learnt.

Several new features have been incorporated in these new computers and there is a significant push towards making them all “VR Ready” as the company would like to call them.

The Dell Inspiron 27 7000 AIO is a typical high-end home computer built around offering virtual reality and home entertainment to the users with its 27inch display which is being termed the “Infinity Edge” due to the display stretching till the edges of the screen all around. The resolution offered is 4K UHD and the audio delivery has also been considerably enhanced.

Dell has opted for the latest processors from AMD, multi-core Ryzen and the graphics support is also through AMD’s Polaris RX500 series.

A 720p webcam enables one-look login through the help of Windows Hello and the Cortana assistant is also quite sensitive with far-field speech recognition capability. To complete the specs, the Dell Inspiron 27 7000 AIO comes with dual drive provision and also SSD storage and the USB Type-C 3.1 port provision.

The other AIO launched is the Dell Inspiron 24 5000 AIO. This desktop has a 24-inch FHD display and the same Infinity Edge technology is available in this also. The AMD processors belonging to the 7th generation with the GPUs of the same AMD Polaris RX500 series are fitted on these desktops as well.

But Dell has positioned the Inspiron 24 5000 as a dedicated video streaming device with enhanced multimedia experience. For this, the company has developed an exclusive technology called “SmartByte”, which can identify streaming video through a data stream and send the signals faster, thus eliminating buffering while watching videos. The other specs and features like the provision of Cortana and Windows Hello along with SSD storage and port options are more or less similar to the 27 7000 described above.

The third device launched at the Computex 2017 is the Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop. This PC has been packed with features to enable the professional gaming enthusiasts get seamless and immersive experience while playing all their favorite games on it. Apart from the AMD Ryzen processors there is the SenseMI to help with optimizing power consumption and improving clocking speeds and the lot.

Theses gaming PCs are also capable of adopting VR and streaming and they come with 32GB DDR4 memory. They run on Windows 10 and there are options for choosing graphics cards to suit the user’s comfort in having used them in the past. There are also six SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen one ports apart from the USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port and Dell has provided up to 5 future bays for adding the storage in future.

As far as pricing is concerned, as per available information, the Dell Inspiron 27 7000 is being sold in China at $999.99 (roughly Rs 65, 000) and the Inspiron 24 5000 at $699.99 (roughly Rs 45, 000). The gaming desktop starts at Rs 38, 700 ($599.99)

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