The new Dell Inspiron One 2330 is a 23-inch All-in-One desktop PC powered by the latest and powerful Intel i7 processor.
The premium built PC comes with a sturdy die-cast aluminum pedestal (stand).
Features Full HD 1080p display (non-touch), bundled Adobe Photoshop Elements + AdobePremiere Elements 9.0, 90-day Premium Phone Support, sleek design with die-cast aluminum pedestal, USB 3.0 ports, HDMI input, and more.
Available in 3rd Generation Core i7 “Ivy Bridge” model too with discrete 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7650A graphics & integrated Blu-ray optical drive.
You can now buy Dell Inspiron One 2330 for $750 via logicbuy.
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