The Inspiron One is primarily an entertainment machine, especially given a unique user interface just for creativity and organizing media content.
Enter "Stage," which is divided into three sections: music, audio and video. All three platforms intend to offer a quicker way to organize and access content with a few extra touches in each sector. For example, PhotoStage allows for direct uploading to Facebook and Flickr, while VideoStage connects to CinemaNow for direct renting and purchasing of movie titles.
Some of the other specs packed into the rather compact Inspiron One PC include the full HD 23-inch LED-backlit LCD, Wi-Fi, a DVD drive, a webcam, and HDMI connectivity.
Dell is a bit light with the specs in the announcement, so it is difficult to determine whether or not this machine really does stand apart from other all-in-one PCs in the same arena. But we won't have to wait that long to judge as the Inspiron One will be available this weekend, starting at $799.
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