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By 23 September 2010 | Categories: news

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We’re seeing more and more all-in-one touch-screen PC’s enterting the market, with Acer, MSI and more recently Sony entering this growing market. Dell has also opted to jump onboard with the new Dell Inspiron One.

This all-in-one PC sports a 23" 1080p full HD LED-backlit LCD display, ideal for movies and other entertainment applications. The Inspiron One will be available in a range of different configurations, the most popular being an AMD Athlon II X4 CPU with an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 and a 1 TB hard drive for data.
 
Customers also have the option of choosing either a Blu-ray or DVD drive to accompany the device while built-in Wi-Fi, a webcam and HDMI connectors are standard fare.
 
Alongside this a new interface called 'Stage' makes an appearance, delivering users' favourite content in a simple one-touch tile menu. Users can for example tap the MusicStage tile to access their music collection or the PhotoStage tile to view photo's and upload them via integrated social networking capabilities.
 
Web surfing, movie watching, family photo album creation and video chatting are just a few of the uses Dell says the Inspiron One is ideal for. The added remote control sounds like a nice touch and makes it easy to stream video, watch high-definition TV or play video games on the computer's big screen.
 
The Dell Inspiron One is going on sale this weekend in the United States for $799 (R5 600). No local release dates are available as of yet.

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