This Sunday! Dell Inspiron One 2320

by Chris - Dell Expert on ‎01-26-2012 05:19 PM

Hello, everyone. It finally feels like we’re settling into 2012, although it still looks weird to write that year out…

I’m really excited to show you all the first Dell TSV of the year coming up on Sunday, January 29. For the first time as a TSV, we’re bringing our Touchscreen All-in-One desktop, the Inspiron One 2320. I’ve been playing around with this system a lot lately, and it's such a cool addition to my house. We have ours set up in the kitchen, and it works wonderfully as a hub for all of our family computer needs.

The Inspiron One features an all-new simple, clean design that you’ll want to show off. The fact that it’s an all-in-one means the 23.5" high-definition monitor houses the entire computer…there’s no separate tower that needs to be plugged in. Since it has built-in wireless connectivity, you can move it wherever you like and be connected to the Internet: the kitchen, the office, the living room. And considering we’re including a wireless keyboard and mouse, a power cord is the only wire needed. I’m one of those people who hates clutter, so this is my kind of desktop!

Aesthetics aside though, what I really love about the Inspiron One is the software that organizes, connects and entertains my family. It starts with Dell Stage, which takes your most frequently used files and programs and places them in easy-to-access tiles right on your desktop, a perfect complement to the Touchscreen. We've integrated an incredible program called Cozi, which is a family organizer, including a calendar, to-do lists, shopping lists—everything you need to keep your household in order. At my house, the Cozi calendar sits on the desktop and I check it every morning before heading out to work. When I update the calendar throughout the day from my phone or work PC, my wife sees the change at home on the Inspiron One. Photo Stage, Video Stage and Music Stage are wonderful applications that allow you to intuitively organize and edit your digital media. You have quick access to video download websites so you can purchase movies easily and even upload your own videos or photos to Facebook with two clicks. And with the integrated JBL speakers and full HD screen, movies look great and music sounds amazing, too. My 3-year-old son Owen would tell you the best thing about this computer is the games that are built for the Touchscreen. The virtual drum set and keyboard are his current favorites.

The Inspiron One comes pre-installed with a brand-new file-sharing application called SyncUP powered by Nero. SyncUP is a fantastic tool for those of us with multiple PCs in the house. It allows you to wirelessly share music, video, photos and documents between the PCs on your network. I also use it to upload files to The Cloud so they're viewable outside of my home network. It’s a great way to share photos with friends and family and also access documents and pictures when I’m not at home.

Along with all this added fun stuff, the Inspiron One is everything you need from a desktop PC. Microsoft Office Starter 2010 is installed, so you can utilize Word and Excel. It has an Intel Pentium dual-core processor, 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. It also has a built-in DVD +/- RW that allows you to play and record to both CDs and DVDs. The computer has 6 USB ports and an 8-in-1 media card reader, so connecting to peripherals and uploading your photos is a snap. The 23.5" HD panel has a built-in webcam so you’re all set to start video chatting with friends and family. We Skype pretty regularly with the grandparents, and this has been a really nice system to do it from. And the Inspiron One has a 1-year hardware warranty with in-home service in case you run into any issues.

A lot of details here, I know, but there’s a lot this computer can do. Tune in on Sunday and I’ll show you live how all of it comes together. Thanks for reading and I’ll see you soon!

—Chris Rider


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