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Dell Inspiron Desktops Lineup Now An All-AMD Powerful, Upgradable Media And Gaming Set

May 31, 2017 06:25 PM EDT

Three Dell Inspiron Desktops were introduced lately at a convention in Taipei. What makes it more interesting is that the three PCs are an all-AMD powerful, upgradable media and gaming set due to its processors and graphics cards.

Digital Trends reported, during the Computex Technology Convention in Taipei, Taiwan, people were surprised when three Dell Inspiron desktops had been introduced with such amicable changes. The PCs are now an all-AMD powerful and upgradable set for media and gaming because of the pairs of processors and mainstream graphics cards from AMD.

According to Tech Radar, the three Dell all-in-one PCs comes in both 24-inch up to 27-inch varieties and all are powerful gaming PCs. The designs are even inspired by the Dell XPS 13 subdued into Dell Inspiron 24 5000 and Dell Inspiron 27 7000 with 4K UHD and Full HD touch displays.

Specifically, the 24-inch Dell Inspiron PC is packed with the latest AMD Ryzen A10 quad-core processor paired with the Radeon RX560 graphics card with 4GB video memory. Meanwhile, the Dell Inspiron 27-inches all-in-one PCs contains a Ryzen 7 1700 processor or if not, a Ryzen 5 1400. The 27-inches Dell Inspiron can be preferred with two kinds of graphics cards such as a Radeon RX560 with 4GB video RAM or with an 8GB video RAM.

All of the three Dell Inspiron all-in-one PCs runs in three kinds of Operating Systems such as Windows 10 Home 64-bit, Windows 10 Pro 64-bit or an Ubuntu. Moreover, all offers a high-end speed RAM of up to 32GB and a large capacity hard drive of 1TB. To complete the set, solid-state combo drives of up to 256GB PCIe SSDs will fill the huge tower case.

With the pairs of AMD processors and graphics cards on the Dell Inspiron All-in-One PC lineup, it can assure wonderful gaming and media capabilities. Prices for the 24-inch starts at $699, while the 27-inch Dell Inspiron starts at $999.

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