Dell launches Inspiron and XPS desktops and all-in-ones in Brazil with 13th generation Core

Dell launches Inspiron and XPS desktops and all-in-ones in Brazil with 13th generation Core
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Dell is expanding its Europeian computer portfolio with two new desktop models and an all-in-one. The devices were presented this Tuesday (13) with a focus on the public that demands high-performance machines with the latest generation processors, dedicated video cards and ample expansion possibilities.

Desktop Inspiron 3020

Marking the return of the home personal computer line to the mini-tower format in Europe, the Inspiron 3020 is presented in a compact case with several port options on the front and back. Underneath the chassis, the desktop can be configured with Intel’s 13th generation Core i5 or i7 processors.

Consumers can also purchase this model with dedicated NVIDIA graphics cards. The available models are the 6 GB GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER and the 8 GB GeForce RTX 3050 — both can give a “breath” to accelerate tasks in graphic editing programs and games with Full HD resolution.

Among the memory options, the Inspiron 3020 can be customized with 16 GB of DDR4 RAM (expandable up to 64 GB) and a 512 GB SSD storage unit. It is also possible to add a 1TB HDD to store documents, images, videos and other files that do not need to be accessed on a daily basis.

By default, the desktop runs Windows 11 in its Home edition, but consumers can also opt for the Pro version, which has more features aimed at the professional public, such as device encryption with BitLocker.

Desktop XPS 8960

Ensuring even more performance, the XPS 8960 is equipped with additional ports that should catch the attention of professionals and content creators, such as the SD card slot. The model, by default, has a 13th generation Intel Core i7 of 16 cores. Attractive for gamers, the dedicated graphics card is the 12GB GeForce RTX 3060.

The memory options are the same as the Inspiron 3020, but the RAM defaults to DDR5, ensuring higher transfer rates. It is also worth noting the wide possibility of expanding the computer, which offers slots for up to four additional storage units and two high-speed memory slots.

Inspiron 24 5420 All-in-One

The new generation of Dell’s popular all-in-one is equipped with a 23.8-inch IPS screen with Full HD resolution and 99% sRGB color gamut coverage. Above the display, you can find the retractable webcam with support for Full HD video. The system is complemented by a pair of front speakers with a total power of 10 W.

Powered by 13th generation Intel Core i5 or i7 “U” series processors, the computer can be configured with 8GB or 16GB of DDR4 RAM and 256GB or 512GB of PCIe NVMe SSD storage. It is possible to expand the RAM up to 32 GB.

price and availability

Shortly after the debut of the Inspiron 13 notebook in Europe, the new desktops and all-in-one are now available at Dell’s online store. The company is offering installments of up to 10 interest-free installments for the purchase of one of the models. Check prices and offers:

  • Desktop Inspiron 3020: BRL 9,998
  • Desktop XPS 8960: BRL 6,099
  • Inspiron 24 all-in-one: BRL 4,999

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