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Dell Introduces Mac-like All-in-One PCs

XPS One 27 - Inspiron One 23 - Inspiron One 20

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Dell has announced the release of three new all-in-one PCs to compete with the upcoming iMac line.

The three PCs will be the XPS One 27, the Inspiron One 23, and the Inspiron One 20. See any similarities here? Dell will use the term “One” for all of its realeases, perhaps trying to gain the kind of buzz word clout that Apple has with “Mac”.

The largest of these is the XPS One 27, that boasts a 27 inch 2560×1440 HD 16:9 WLED display. Inside is an Intel quad-core processor with “Turbo Blast”. The design features one chord plug-and-play, with a wireless keyboard and mouse and four USB ports.

Sounds like a Mac.

Looks like a Mac.

The XPS One 27 offers a choice between third generation Intel Core i5-3450 and Core i7-3770 processor options, plus Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics with an optional Nvidia GeForce GT 640M 2GB DDR5ii discrete graphics card.

With the Inspiron One 23, you choose between second and third generation Intel processors, the Intel Core i3-2120 3.3GHz, Core i5-2400 3.3GHz and Core i7-3770, with Intel HD 4000 graphics.

The Inspiron One 20 has second generation Intel processor options, the Intel Sandy Bridge Pentium dual-core G620T 2.2GHz or second generation Core i3-2120T 2.6GHz processor.

The XPS One 27 will retail at $1,399, the Inspiron One 23 at $749, and the Inspiron One 20 at $529. This of course reflects the base price. Upgraded hardware will cost more. The price of the top model is comparable to the iMac, so if you prefer Windows, or any non-Apple OS this is the option for you. The lesser models are a good option for those that want an all in one, but can’t afford Apple.

They are available today in the U.S.

Specs:

XPS One 27

– 3rd Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processor options (Core i5-3450s; Core i7-3770s)

– Intel HD 4000 graphics (standard); optional NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M 2GB DDR5ii

– 27-inch Full Quad HD 2560×1440 WLED 16:9 wide format display

– Configure with up to 16GB DD3 memory (4GB standard)ii; 2 DIMM slots

– Configure with up to 2TB 3.5″ 7200RPM HDD (1TB standard)iii; optional HDD + 32GB mSATA SSDiii with Intel Smart Response Technologyi configurations

– Slot loading DVD drive with optional Blu-ray disc combo drive for advanced entertainment

– Premium quality sound with Waves MaxxAudio 4 and built-in Infinity-branded speakers; Integrated 7.1 Surround Sound

– Full HD Webcam with integrated dual digital microphone array for Skypeiv

– Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium

– Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN

– Bluetooth 4.0 with Wi-Fi card; optional Intel 6235 Advanced-N + Wireless Displayv

– (4) USB 3.0; (2) USB 2.0 with power charge; RJ-45 10/100/1000; Audio Line Out, HDMI (1.4) out; HDMI In; SPDIF (7.1ch); Optional TV Tuner, Antenna, IR Blaster, RF Receiver; microphone jack, headphone jack, 8-in-1 media card reader

Inspiron One 23

– 2nd and 3rd Generation Intel processor options — 2nd Gen Core i3-2120 processor 3.3 GHz

– 2nd Gen Core i5-2400s processor 3.3 GHz

– 3rd Gen Core i7-3770s

– Intel HD 4000 graphics (standard)ii; optional 1GB DDR3 AMD Radeon HD 7650Aii

– 23-inch Full HD 1920×1080 WLED display

– Configure with up to 8GB DD3 memory (2GB standard)ii; 2 DIMM slots

– Configure with up to 2TB 3.5″ 7200RPM HDD (500GB standard)iii

– Slot loading DVD drive with optional Blu-ray disc combo drive for advanced entertainment

– HD audio with Waves MaxxAudio 3 and built-in performance speakers

– HD Webcam with integrated dual digital microphone array for Skypeiv

– Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN

– Bluetooth 4.0 with Wi-Fi card; optional Intel 6235 Advanced-N + Wireless Displayv

– (4) USB 3.0; (2) USB 2.0 with power charge; RJ-45 10/100/1000 Gigabit; Audio Line Out, VGA Out; microphone jack; headphone jack; 8-in-1 media card reader

– Optional AV Board: VGA In, SPDIF (7.1ch), HDMI in, Composite, TV Tuner, Antenna, IR Blaster, RF Receiver, B-CAS Slot (Japan only)

Inspiron One 20

– 2nd Generation Intel processor options — Intel Pentium Dual Core G620T processor 2.2GHZ (35w) (Sandy Bridge)

– 2nd Gen Core i3-2120T processor 2.6 GHz (35w)

– Intel HD 2000 graphics (standard)ii;

– 20-inch HD 1600×900 WLED 16:9 wide format display

– Configure with up to 6GB DD3 memory (2GB standard)ii; 2 DIMM slots

– Configure with up to 1TB 3.5″ 7200RPM HDD (500GB standard)iii

– Tray loading DVD drive with optional Blu-ray disc reader drive for advanced entertainment

– HD audio with Waves MaxxAudio 3 and integrated basic performance speakers

– HD Webcam with integrated dual digital microphone array for Skypeiv

– Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium

– Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN

– Bluetooth 4.0 with Wi-Fi card

– (5) USB 2.0 with power charge; RJ-45 10/100/1000 Gigabit; microphone jack; headphone jack; 8-in-1 media card reader

– Optional AV Board: TV Tuner, Antenna, B-CAS Slot (Japan only)

“As part of the reimagining of our entire XPS and Inspiron portfolio, we are likewise reimagining our all-in-ones as stunning systems that are the centerpiece of any room. They deliver a captivating user experience that will inspire our customers to create their best work and consume all the content they love,” said Sam Burd, VP and general manager of product development for Dell.

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