Computex Taipei 2017 hasn’t disappointed on its first day, with virtual reality (VR) announcements coming from HTC Vive and Intel on a new wireless solution, and now computer manufacturer Dell has revealed two products that’ll be entering the VR field. Both PC’s, one is a new desktop designed for gaming, while the other in an all-in-one (AIO) solution for VR.
Dell has unveiled the Inspiron Gaming Desktop and the Inspiron 27 7000 AIO, both of which pack enough performance to run VR. The Inspiron Gaming Desktop, will be Dell’s first in its new Inspiron Gaming product line, and starts from $599 USD. It’ll feature the latest AMD multicore Ryzen processors, and users will be able choose power supply options up to 850 watts, Ready for VR graphics cards, up to 32GB DDR4 memory, advanced cooling options and Waves MaxxAudio Pro with Performance 7.1 Channel HD audio. Dell will also offer SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port and up to six SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports total.
Buts it’s the Inspiron 27 7000 AIO that’s likely to turn a few heads, as a compact solution for VR. Built from the ground up for immersive videogames, the PC has an almost borderless InfinityEdge, 27″ display, with resolutions up to 4K UHD, the latest multi-core Ryzen AMD processors and AMD Polaris RX500 Series graphics, USB Type-C 3.1 and Dual Drive options with SSD storage all built in. Prices for the Inspiron 27 7000 AIO will start from $999.99.
“Dell has experienced 17 consecutive quarters of PC growth by continuously innovating with our PC designs and experiences,” said Ray Wah, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Dell Consumer and Small Business Product Group in a statement. “With more people than ever streaming movies, gaming and consuming VR content on PCs, Dell remains committed to providing the best visual and audio experiences and the new Inspiron All-in-Ones and Gaming Desktop bring that innovation mainstream.”
Both products are available today in China through Dell.com with a worldwide release occurring in the next few weeks. For the latest VR news from Computex 2017, keep reading VRFocus.