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Dell Inspiron One 2305


$800.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good value - costs less than competing all-in-ones, including Apple's iMac. Doesn't come loaded with bloatware. Great for movies - supports Full HD 1080p video, includes a Blu-ray drive and comes with a remote control.

The Cons:Underpowered when compared to its competitors. Poor touchscreen integration - only a few apps support touch interaction. Not a very polished product - feels almost like a prototype.

The Dell Inspiron One 2305 is an all-in-one PC released in late 2010 as an upgrade from the original Inspiron One (March 2010), and as a competitor to the HP TouchSmart 310 and MSI Wind Top AE2200. It hosts an ultra-large 23”, full 1080p HD touchscreen display and a high-powered ATI Radeon HD 5450 graphics module, making it optimal for playing video games and watching movies.

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Also featured is an AMD Athlon II X4 quad-core processor, a hard drive up to 1TB, up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, and either a Blu-ray player (premium) or a standard DVD burner. All of this is offered at a discounted rate that is cheaper than the MSI Wind Top, but more expensive than the TouchSmart, which for clarification is limited to a 720p 20” screen.

Features

  • Dell Inspiron Series
  • All-in-One PC
  • 23” LED-Backlit LCD Touchscreen
  • AMD Athlon II X4 Quad-Core CPU
  • ATI Radeon HD 5450 Graphics
  • Standard DVD Burner (Optional Blu-ray)
  • Up to 8GB of Memory
  • Up to 1TB HDD
  • VGA/HDMI Connectivity
  • Wireless Keyboard/Mouse
  • Media Remote Control
  • Touch Apps from Unlimited Realities

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    good value - costs less than competing all-in-ones, including Apple's iMac

  • 1

    doesn't come loaded with bloatware

  • 1

    great for movies - supports Full HD 1080p video, includes a Blu-ray drive and comes with a remote control

  • 1

    looks great - features a sleek, ultra-minimalist design

  • 1

    small footprint - doesn't occupy much space on a desk

Cons
  • 1

    underpowered when compared to its competitors

  • 1

    poor touchscreen integration - only a few apps support touch interaction

  • 1

    not a very polished product - feels almost like a prototype

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