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Dell couple of days ago announced its new range of All in One Desktops in the Inspiron series- Inspiron 22 3000 AIO and Inspirion 24 3000 AIO. Both the devices have been announced for the Indian markets and come with full HD anti glare display.

Both devices are expected to have an inbuilt stereo speakers along with front facing webcams. The devices will be running Windows 10 Home out of the box and come with the Dell suite of features like Waves MaxxAudio Pro, Dell Cinema Sound and more.

Dell will be introducing both the Inspiron models in two processor variants with the AMD processor variant priced at Rs. 29,990 and the Intel processor device has been priced at 34,590. Both the Inspiron models, Dell Inspiron 22 3000 AIO and 24 3000 AIO are available online via Dell.co.in and offline via the Croma Stores, and other Dell exclusive stores.

The company launched the devices in two colors, Black and White. The Dell Inspiron 22 3000 AIO comes with multiple Intel Pentium 4415U and 7th Gen Intel Core i3 processor whereas the Inspiron 24 3000 comes with 7th Gen Intel Core i3 and Intel Core i5 processor.

The Inspiron 22 3000 AIO is powered with 4GB of RAM and an 1TB of HDD for heavy storage. The device also includes Wi Fi connectivity along with Bluetooth 4.1 with 2 USB 2.0 ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Inspiron 24 3000 AIO comes with 4GB of RAM and 1TB of HDD with Intel HD graphics 620. For connectivity through wireless the device sports a dual band Wi Fi along with Bluetooth 4.1. Dell has also provided a slot for one 3:1 SD card reader for both its Inspiron models.

At the announcement Alen Joe Jose, Product Marketing Director, Consumer and Small Business at Dell India stated: “AIOs are often considered when surveying options of personal computers, by families particularly when it comes to collaborative use. The space saving design supports multiple users in one household to start with.

  • JohnW

    HDD! This is 2018.

    • WPJ

      “Both the devices have been announced for the Indian markets”

      • JohnW

        That doesn’t mean they have to make a spec mistake. You can get a branded SSD for under £30 so cost isn’t the issue.

        • WPJ

          30 pounds is a lot, also the longevity will also suffer. They have to balance the added price versus the percentage of warranty cases versus perceived value in specific markets.

          • JohnW

            £30 is about the cost of a HDD so there is no extra cost. The SSD should also be more rather than less reliable. If their customers are perceiving an HDD as a plus point then they need to improve their marketing. Finally selling a PC that is nigh on unusable will not help their brand.

          • WPJ

            But you can’t compare “the cost” like that. What about capacity? 30 pounds doesn’t buy you a Samsung, or even Intel. It’s probably a very cheap brand where every sacrifice has been made to make the price lower. I would never replace an HDD from a reputable manufacturer (there are no newcomers there) in my own computer with an equal-cost SSD from some unknown producer. Dell can only use parts from established brands if they want to avoid the warranty hell and those cost way more.
            Speaking of India specifically, I’d wager a guess that a lot of people in the country, especially at home, are used to slow speeds so that’s part of the reason. So not exactly a noble altruistic move by Dell but they’re after profits.

          • JohnW

            You can buy Kingston and Western Digital 120GB drives for under £30 including VAT.