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
Excerpt: The 23-inch screen has a moderately-sized satin black bezel, which is thicker at the base to accomodate components and built-in stereo speakers. In the top bezel, there’s a 1.3-megapixel webcam, which can be tilted vertically independently of the Inspiron One 2330’s tilting hinge. The finish on the base is a more matte dark grey with subtle Inspiron branding.
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.