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Dell Inspiron One 2320, the Ultimate Stay-Connected Desktop for Families

The Dell Inspiron One 2320 is the ultimate ‘stay-connected’ all-in-one desktop that delivers the latest in entertainment and interactive experiences for the entire family. Finishing homework assignments, keeping track of household expenses, enjoying movies and music – the Dell Inspiron One 2320 is the ultimate PC for every member of the family.

For those who like to touch as well as type, the Dell Inspiron One 2320 is also available with a multi-touch display option, offering a simple, intuitive experience for accessing content, which can then be quickly and easily shared with others. With the multi-touch display option, the Dell Stage user interface also comes pre-loaded with fun touch games like “Bug Blast” and “Drum Zone”, for fun and easy children’s entertainment.

Technical Information

  • Processors: Intel Pentium Dual Core, Intel Core i3, 2nd generation Intel Core i5 and i7
  • Display: 23” WLED with 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) resolution standard (Touch Optional)
  • Memory: 4GB DDR3 Memory (standard) up to 8GB DDR3 Memory
  • HD Webcam
  • Optional remote
  • Hard Drive options: 500GB SATA 3.5” (Standard) Up to 2.0TB SATA 3.5”
  • Graphics: On-processor Graphics (standard) up to nVidia GeForce GT 525M discrete graphics
  • 8:1 Media Card Reader
  • Optical Drive Options: DVD+/-RW (standard) up to BluRay Combo
  • Wireless keyboard and mouse
  • Audio: Integrated HD Audio w/SRS and JBL-branded speakers
  • Dimensions:  Width 567mm (22.32”), Height 397mm (15.6”), Depth 68mm (2.67”) Touch and 66.5mm (2.62”) non-touchscreen

The Dell Inspiron One 2320 is available beginning today on www.dell.com/sg/p/inspiron-one-2320/pd starting at S$1,099 with an Intel Pentium processor. The Inspiron One 2320 will also be available in selected retail locations across Singapore.

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