Dell unveils three new Inspiron models including new gaming desktop PC

The Inspiron 27 7000 most impressive feature has to be its upgradability.

The Dell Inspiron 24 5000.

You can see why this PC has already won awards for Design and Innovation at Computex - the Inspiron 27 7000 AIO is a really slick piece of kit. The PC comes with performance grade audio that delivers a stimulating visual and audio computing experience. AMD's previously announced many-core CPU for the high-end PC desktop and workstation market was first announced at Financial Analyst Day a few weeks back. Ports include USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port and up to six SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports. Like its bigger sibling, the 24 5000 is launching today, albeit with a starting price tag of $700. The new Inspiron 24 5000 AIO also comes with the new SmartByte technology by Rivet Networks, that helps prevent buffering when streaming content and enhance multimedia experiences. This tech according to company detects critical network streams and prioritizes video ahead of less urgent network traffic. It features a lovely white, sleek design and optional articulating stand making it the ideal PC for the home or dorm. Connectivity is up to date offering USB Type-C 3.1 and Dual Drive options with SSD storage.

Pricing and availability: Available beginning today in China on and at select retailers and worldwide in the coming weeks starting at $599.99. AMD brings their A-game to Computex, and for a good reason: as a PC focused show, it gives them great exposure, but it also allows them to promote their OEM relationships, the latter of which are crucial to AMD's survival as the CPU underdog. The new desktop will serve as a cheaper option than the high-end Alienware gaming computers that Dell has offered. Of course, it's also designed for VR.

'The reception and response from both consumers and enthusiasts for Ryzen has been remarkable, and we're just getting started as we roll out a full line-up of Ryzen processors that deliver exceptional performance for premium and high-performance desktops and notebooks, ' claimed Jim Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of AMD's Compute and Graphics business group. It's got advanced cooling with increased ventilation meaning it stays cool for longer when doing higher end processing like that required for Virtual Reality or streaming. It is also equipped with Windows Hello for logging in quickly and securely, Cortana with far-field speech recognition, USB Type-C 3.1 and Dual Drive options with SSD storage. It will feature "up to" 16 cores and 32 threads, and offer 64 PCIe 3.0 lanes, and quad-channel DDR4 memory. Gamers will have a wide selection of high-capacity hard drives with responsive SSD and dual-drive options plus up to five bays for future storage upgrades.

The lowest bar of entry will be the Inspiron Gaming Desktop.

  • Arturo Norris