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Dell Inspiron One 20 Touch review: An attractive budget all-in-one with unsatisfying peripherals and sound

Dell Inspiron One 20 PCWorld review

At a Glance

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  • Dell Inspiron One 20 Touch
    $699.00

    The Dell Inspiron One is a sturdy, non-nonsense all-in-one. But Dell's ho-hum component choices deliver equally ho-hum benchmark performance.

At a Glance

The Dell Inspiron One is a sturdy, non-nonsense all-in-one. But Dell's ho-hum component choices deliver equally ho-hum benchmark performance.

Price when rated: $699

Pros

  • Attractive, sturdy design
  • Accurate, smooth touchscreen
  • Minimalist bezel/face

Cons

  • Mediocre performance
  • Low-volume speakers with little depth
  • Very basic, wired peripherals
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