Dell gaming desktops are officially launched at Computex 2017
On the 30th may at Computex 2017 event which was conducted in Taiwan, the popular laptop manufacturer Dell introduced the first ever all-in-one brand new gaming desktops into to the market which will be available in three variants. All other gaming manufacturers are thinking about developing top-end gaming laptops in reduced sizes so that it can be easily carried out, but Dell gaming desktops are going opposite direction by making classic high-end gaming desktops for those who loves to enjoy ultimate gaming performance on desktops.
The new all-in-one gaming will come under Dell’s Inspiron series, and these gaming desktops are powered by AMD Ryzen CPU’s and licensed Windows 10 operating system. The brand new gaming desktops break the conventional CPU design with all new stylish and colorful design which makes your home gaming station beautiful.
Dell gaming desktops
As we said, Dell launched first ever gaming desktop with licensed Windows 10 OS priced $599.99 which is specially built for game lovers for an affordable price. The all new gaming desktop is equipped with advanced AMD multicore Ryzen processor integrated with a SenseMI which perform special features such as optimizes power consumption, faster clock speeds to deliver exceptional gaming performance and task routing. Whether you use Dell gaming desktops for high graphic gaming purpose, Virtual reality enabled games or live streaming your gameplay the all latest AMD Ryzen processor ensures ultimate gaming performance without any lags.
Here are the highlights of Dell Gaming desktop
- Dell gaming desktop is compatible with VR configuration
- It supports up to 850 watts power supply.
- To deliver high graphic performance, it has two options, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 and AMD Radeon RX580 chipsets with up to 32GB DDR4 RAM.
- The CPU comes with advanced cooling options, and it has Waves MaxxAudio Pro technology to deliver 7.1 channel HD audio.
- The gaming CPU comes with one SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Type-C port, and it has up to six SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen1 ports for better connectivity.
- Dell gaming desktop features a wide selection of storage devices, it supports SSD drives, and it has dual-drive options plus up to 5 slots for future upgrades.
Inspiron 27 7000 AIO with Windows 10
Along with the gaming desktop CPU, Dell also launched another all-in-one gaming desktop called Inspiron 27 7000 series priced $999.99 which comes with licensed Windows 10 OS. The all new Inspiron AIO comes with a borderless infinity edge 27 inches IPS display with supports 4K UHD resolutions. It is packed with the latest multi-core Ryzen AMD processor and AMD Radeon RX500 graphic chipset which is capable of delivering maximum gaming performance, and it is also compatible with Virtual reality technology.
Inspiron 24 5000 AIO with Windows 10
Dell launched another Inspiron series all-in-one gaming desktop which comes with lower price $699.99 than the Inspiron 27 7000 AIO series. The all new Inspiron 24 AIO series gaming desktop comes with the 24 inches infinity edge IPS full HD touch display, and it is powered by a 7th generation AMD processor clubbed with AMD Radeon RX560 graphic chipset. The gaming desktop features a licensed Windows 10 OS, Cortana digital assistant, USB Type-C 3.1 port, and dual-drive SSD storage options.
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