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Dell shows off new all-in-one

by on31 May 2017

And one for all

Dell has been showing off its VR-ready all-in-one PC powered by AMD's Ryzen.

The Computex show in Taipai was ground zero for Dell’s launch of the Inspiron 27 7000.

As standard, the 27 7000  - a 27in LCD display with an IPS panel and 1920x1080 resolution - runs on a quad-core Ryzen 5 1400 CPU and RX 560 GPU with 4GB of RAM, for $1,000.

For that money it is pretty basic but apparently gamers can expect 30fps at maximum settings, or 60fps on medium.

For $1,300 you can install an octa-core Ryzen 7 1700 processor and RX 580 GPU with 8GB of RAM. That will give you VR support and 1920x1080 gaming.

The top-of-the-range configuration will set you back $1,500. This buys you a 1920x1080 display to 4k with HDR support based around the RX 580 GPU.

The AIO can be upgraded and there are just two screws to get at the storage drives and three more to get to the motherboard. Most AIO PC die when one of the bits goes tits up, however this means that you can replace the bits, and upgrade the CPU for VR on the base model.

Dell has committed to supporting the AM4 motherboard platform until at least 2020.

The only thing wrong is the fact that there is no Thunderbolt just HDMI in and out, if you think that is important. There is USB-C, USB 3.1 (x4) and USB 2.0, as well as the standard RJ45, SD and headphones.

Last modified on 31 May 2017
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