Dell unveiled its new Inspiron 27 700 all-in-one PC at Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan today. It’s the first product of its kind from Dell that’s powered by AMD’s latest Ryzen processors. It also strays from the locked-down nature of conventional AiOs by offering customers the ability to upgrade the internal components as and when required.
It has been a while since all-in-one PCs powered by AMD processors have his the market. The company has got OEMs interested again with its Ryzen processors so it’s not surprising to see Dell follow through with such a product. Another key selling point is the machine’s 27 inch InfinityEdge display, it has narrow bezels which give it a really upscale look.
The base Inspiron 27 7000 model features a Ryzen 5 1400 processor with 4GB Radeon RX 560 graphics. Prices for this model start at $1000.
Those who want more power can opt for the 8 core Ryzen 7 1700 model that comes with 8GB Radeon RX 580 graphics, it costs $1,300. There’s also a $1,500 option for those who want a 4K HDR display. Both of these models have support for full VR.
Dell has made it a point with this product to make it easily upgradable. Customers only need to get through two screws to access the storage and an additional three screws to reach the motherboard.
Customers will be able to upgrade the Inspiron 27 7000’s processor if they so desire. AMD will be supporting the AM4 motherboard platform in this device through 2020 at least.