Dell at Computex 2017 announced a couple of new Inspiron All-in-One desktops that features their “Infinity Edge” display from their consumer line of laptops, such as the XPS 27. Both the Inspiron 24 5000 and the Inspiron 27 7000 have the Infinity Edge design, which has little to no bezels along the top edge and sides while having a large lower bezel.
Starting with the 27-inch display model, it will either be available with a 1080p or 4K display and can handle VR content. It’ll also be one of the first PCs to use AMDs new Ryzen processors, instead of using chipsets from Intel. You can choose from either the Ryzen 5 or the Ryzen 7 processor, as well as AMD graphics options including the Radeon Rx 560 and RX 580.
The 24-inch model, however, is capped at a 1080p resolution, although it does have touchscreen support; something that the 27-inch model does not have. It’ll also have AMD processors but will have the less powerful A-Series instead of the Ryzen line.
Both models support a mainly plastic build and comes at a bit over two inches thick. Additionally, both have Windows Hello support. The 24-inch model has a starting price of $699 while the 27-inch model starts at $999, and Dell is expecting to ship these out to potential customers right away.