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Dell built is previous Inspiron One, the 2305, around AMD's serviceable AMD Phenom II X4 CPUs. The new Inspiron One 2320 comes with second-generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, bringing its performance in line with that of its competition.
Specifications include a Core i5 2400S CPU, 6GB of memory, a 1TB hard drive, a TV tuner, a DVD burner, and embedded Intel HD 2000 graphics in the $949 model. A $1,249 unit gets 8GB of RAM, a 2TB hard drive, lower-end Nvidia GeForce GT 525M graphics, and a Blu-ray drive. For $1,399, Dell throws in a Core i7 2600s chip.
All of the units include HDMI-input for connecting external devices, and while Dell says touch screens are optional features, none of the current configuration options on Dell.com gives you the ability to opt out of a touch display. Until Dell adds the ability to opt out of the touch screen, all systems will include Dell's Stage touch-input software.
From a value standpoint, the Inspiron 2320 seems fairly priced compared with the Samsung Series 7 and HP's TouchSmart 520, at least on the lower-end offerings. Once you get into the $1,200 and $1,300 price range, you enter not only iMac territory, but you also come close to the do-it-all Lenovo IdeaCentre B520.