Dell’s latest all-in-one PC may not have the most inventive name, but it does cross into new ground. The 4K, RX 580-based system contains a Ryzen 7 CPU. This is one of the first Dell PC’s to feature AMD’s new octa-core┬áprocessor, part of its new 27 7000 series.

Of course, Dell has a sliding scale in terms of hardware, so those specs will vary slightly depending on the build. The minimum configuration will set you back about $1000, and the max around $1500.

Dell Inspiron 27 7000 Specs

The Inspiron 27 7000 will offer customers a choice between two CPU, GPU and PSU options in an effort to target two audiences. There’s basically a consumer-focused model and a professional/VR one, though Dell hasn’t said this outright:

Pro/VR

27″ InfinityEdge IPS, 3840×2160 or 1980×1080

AMD Ryzen 1700, 8 core, 3 – 3.7 GHz

AMD Radeon RX 560, 8 GB DDR5

Single or dual-channel 8 GB, 12 GB or 16 GB DDR4 memory

330 W external PSU

Consumer

27″ InfinityEdge IPS, 3840×2160 or 1980×1080

AMD Ryzen 5 1400, 4 core, 3.2 – 3.4 GHz

AMD Radeon RX 560, 4 GB DDR5

Single or dual-channel 8 GB, 12 GB or 16 GB DDR4 memory

180 W external PSU

As well as what’s listed above, both models will have an extensive choice of storage options:

  • 1 TB HDD, 5400 RPM
  • 1 TB HDD, 7200 RPM
  • 128 GB SSD and 1 TB 5400 RPM HDD
  • 256 GB PCIe NVMe SSD + 1 5400 RPM HDD

All those different choices may be confusing, but it does make for a more customizable experience. If you do find you need to upgrade storage later, Dell has an easy access panel to switch out the HDD, SSD, and memory.

The PCs will be running the standard Windows 10 Home with Hello, but more impressive is the port line-up. There are two USB 2.0 type-A ports, three USB 3.0’s, as well as a 3.1. Dell has also thrown in the highly demanded USB 3.1 type-C, alongside HDMI input and output.

Naturally, it also has the regular additions like WiFi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, a 720p webcam, speakers, and audio out.

Dell is selling this as a ‘VR-ready’ PC, so it’s also looking to bring in gamers. The RX 580 is a solid card for that and should be able to run most titles at 1080p ultra, though it will struggle at 4K.

The new line-up will be available for purchase very soon in the U.S., presumably coming to other countries afterward. You can look more in-depth on the Dell website.