Dell unveiled three new desktops at the Computex 2017 and all of them feature AMD's new Ryzen processors and graphics cards.
The first among these three newbies is the Dell Inspiron 24 5000.
The desktop is 24-inch tall and is powered by AMD's seventh-generation quad-core A10 processor. This all-in-one Dell desktop also integrates a Radeon RX560 GPU equipped with 4GB of video memory. Adding to that the desktop boasts a RAM of up to 32 GB, a 1TB HDD, and up to 256 GB PCle SSD.
The next in the line-up is the Dell Inspiron 27 7000, which is a 27-inch version of the company's new AIO computers. This one comes in two variants – one with an AMD quad-core Ryzen 5 1400 CPU and another with octa-core Ryzen 7 1700 CPU.
The variants offer different graphics as well; while one comes with Radeon RX560, another comes equipped with the Radeon RX580. The former comes with 4 GB video memory and the latter has 8GB. Similar to the Inspiron 24 5000, the 27 7000 also brings in up to 32 GB of RAM and up to 1TB HDD, and up to 256GB PCle SSD.
Both these two Dell Inspiron desktops also sport an almost bezel-less display. The InfinityEdge screen is capable of interplane switching technology (ISP), which can be used to transfer or share games, pictures or movies from one screen to another.
Dell unveiled another all-in-one at CES 2017, Dell XPS 27, which is particularly noted for having total ten speakers, reported iTechPost.
The last in the AMD-powered desktop line-up is the company's first-ever Inspiron gaming desktop dubbed the Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop. According to Digital Trends, this desktop will be powered by, not one or two, but five different AMD processors. Consumers will have the advantage of choosing among a trio of Ryzen CPUs and a couple of AIO APUs. This Gaming Desktop also comes equipped with VR-ready Radeon graphics chips up to RX580 or Nvidia options up to GTX1060. It also features up to 32GB DR4 RAM, up to 2TB HDD and up to 256GB SSD.
As reported by Tech Radar, the Dell Inspiron 24 5000 will cost $699, while the base price of the Inspiron 27 7000 will be $999. Both AMD-powered desktops will be available in the stores starting from this month. The Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop, on the other hand, will boast a starting price-tag of $699 and is already available in stores.