Walmart has Dell's Inspiron One 19 all-in-one desktop on sale

Walmart has Dell's Inspiron One 19 all-in-one desktop on sale

Summary: Walmart has put Dell's latest all-in-one PC, the Inspiron One 19, on sale at its locations without much fanfare, apparently causing Engadget to think it's just been stocked. (Read the comments to see people who've already seen the desktop in stores for a few weeks.

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Walmart has put Dell's latest all-in-one PC, the Inspiron One 19, on sale at its locations without much fanfare, apparently causing Engadget to think it's just been stocked. (Read the comments to see people who've already seen the desktop in stores for a few weeks.) A little sleuthing also turns up the system on the Walmart Web site, thought it's listed as "out of stock" online.

The Inspiron One 19 has previously been available abroad, but hasn't yet been listed on the U.S. Dell Web site. It's built around an 18.5-inch LCD screen, though, despite running Windows 7 Home Premium, it doesn't appear to be a touchscreen. It comes with an Intel Pentium E5400 dual-core processor (at least it's not an Atom CPU), 4GB of DDR2 RAM, 640GB hard drive, DVD burner, and integrated graphics. One for the minus column is that it only comes with a wired network port and not built-in wireless. Considering this may wind up in a kitchen or bedroom, it's unlikely that these spaces will have an Ethernet jack available. Then again, for the price—$598—you can't expect to have everything.

Topics: Dell, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility

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  • The problem with all-in-one

    The problem with all-in-one systems is, in my opinion, that you lose the entire PC if you have a problem with the display (or, you lose a monitor if the rest of the system tanks). With seperate components, you can always keep on using one half of the package if the other fails. With these, as soon as the display fails (or cracks), the PC is useless.

    Besides, as of the date of this comment, the Dell Outlet is flush with refurbs of this all-in-one unit. It really makes me worry about a system that defaults to a one year warranty, and I'm not interested in paying for extra years when the system price is so low.
    ajriemer