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Dell updates Inspiron all-in-one desktop

Sandy Bridge, Nvdia chippery added

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Dell has upgraded its Inspiron One all-in-one desktop PC, ditiching the old model's Pentium P6100 processor for shiny new second-generation Core i Sandy Bridge chippery.

The Inspiron One 2320 is based around a 23in, 1920 x 1080 display, which can be a touch-sensitive panel if you're willing to pay extra and pick that option at purchase.

Dell Inspiron One 2320 all-in-one desktop PC

Graphics come courtesy of an Nvidia GeForce GT 525M discrete GPU.

Dell's fitting 6GB of DDR 3 memory as standard - 8GB is the max - and 1TB or 2TB of hard disk storage.

Space-limited families will appreciate the new model's slimmer dimensions: 567 x 397 x 68mm to the 2310's 570 x 420 x 90mm.

Dell has yet to bring the 2320 to the UK, but the desktop is retailing for $950 (£613) and up in the US. The 2310 costs £579 or more here. ®

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