Dell launched some new notebooks as Intel released its 6 core i7 processors and also announced new AIOs and monitors. (Dell Updates XPS 15 Flagship)
The Inspiron 22 and 24 3000 AIOs are intended to deliver the right features at an affordable price for basic computing and entertainment. They feature up to 7th Gen Intel Core processors, up to 16GB of storage, DDR4 memory and optional NVIDA GeForce MX110 discrete graphics. Available in both glossy black and white, the systems are equipped with a 21.5″ or 23.8″ FHD IPS wide-viewing angle monitor with built-in stereo speakers featuring Dell CinemaSound, a keyboard and mouse, and CinemaStream.
The new Inspiron 24 5000 AIO includes up to Intel 8th Gen Core processors, optional Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics, and Intel Optane Memory. It features a 23.8″ InfinityEdge IPS display with antiglare and FullHD resolution (with touch option) and up to 32GB DDR4 memory. Log in with Windows Hello is supported and optional IR-camera, or Cortana voice recognition can be used.
The new Inspiron 27 7000 AIO has the same processor and graphics but includes a “nearly-borderless 27” InfinityEdge display with up to UltraHD resolution. It supportsWindows Mixed Reality with Ultra DDDR4 memory and a dual hard drive option, with up to 1TB HDD and 256GB PCle NVMe SSD.
Inspiron 22 and 24 3000 AIOs are available globally on Dell.com starting at $399.99.
The new monitors are in the S family and are available in 23″, 24″ and 27″ sizes with three side edgeless displays and integrating 3W or dual 5W speakers ‘tuned by Waves MaxxAudio’. Some of the monitors have dual HDMI (S2419H and above)
The monitors share FullHD resolution, IPS panels with 250 cd/m², 5ms response and 1,000:1 contrast. Dell S Family Monitors are available globally on Dell.com starting at $209.99 (S2319H); $199.99 (S2319HN); $249.99 (S2419H); $239.99 (S2419HN); $329.99 (S2719H); and $ 319.99 (S2719HN).