Dell’s newest all-in-one PC continues to challenge Apple on design, and beat it on price
Good Gear Guide.au
18 March 2013
Summary: Dell’s entry-level all-in-one PC is good value compared to the Apple iMac. You’re locked into four pre-built setups when buying, though, and features like Blu-ray are restricted to the more expensive models.
Pros: Solid construction, simple design, Good value compared to iMac
Cons: No customisation when purchasing, No swivel or height adjustment on stand, Only premium models have discrete graphics, Blu-ray
Summary: Dell’s first Windows 8 all-in-one PC partners a glossy, 23in Full HD touchscreen with a fast Ivy Bridge processor and oodles of connectivity – the Inspiron One 23 looks set to make a big impression.
Summary: Dell's first Windows 8 all-in-one set to make a big impression. With Windows 8 pushing touch into the spotlight, the market for touchscreen laptops, tablets and all-in-ones is set to skyrocket in the coming months. Dell has mobilised an entire range of new hardware for Microsoft’s new operating system, including its redesigned and rather gorgeous touchscreen all-in-one, the Inspiron One 23.